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Welcome Chevy’s Stingray back, and meet a car with a built in vacuum at the 113th New York International Auto Show

Each year Manhattan’s Jacob Javits Convention Center plays home to the International Auto Show featuring 4 floors and over 900,00 square feet of the latest innovations in automobile technology and vehicle eye candy. Revelers, marketers, and consumers are introduced to stunning new advancements in technologies for vehicles in both the affordable and luxury markets. Last year they brought the world’s first flying car to New York City. The 2013 show officially kicks off Saturday, March 30th and runs until April 7th. 

What’s in store this year? For starters, we can welcome back Chevy’s Stingray for the first time since the 70’s since it’s been moonlighting with a single name ‘Corvette’ for the last few decades. Honda has also unrolled a brilliant, perhaps genius, feature in the latest model of their Odyssey minivan which has a built-in shop vacuum. Parent’s who’ve given up their top-down convertible days will surely appreciate that one. 

Buzz for 2013’s auto show surrounds the increasing trend of luxury carmakers unrolling truly affordable vehicles. Mercedes-Benz will use the floors of the Javits Center for the world-debut of the 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA45 AMG Coupe. It’s a scaled down version of their CLS 4-door coupe which would set you back a mere $100,000. The CLA will  only cost you half the price, ringing in at around $50K, but will still provide you with the adrenaline rush made famous by Mercedes’ powerful production 4-cylinder under the hood. The original James Bond, 007 himself, has already helped generate buzz and excitement for Land Rover as he drove a Range Rover sport from Brooklyn to Midtown West Manhattan for the 2014 SUV’s official American debut. 

Whether you’re in the market for a brand new Aston Martin, or want to see what the people behind Bugatti and Lamborghini have been up to –there’s something for all ages (and for wallets of all sizes) to enjoy. There’s even an official app parents can download that’s chock full of family-friendly activities to attend. Be in the know with what cars have been “unveiled” each day by following them on Instagram (Nyautoshow), and help vote for the Top 5 buzz cars on their Facebook Page. 

More details for dates and times, ticket info, and directions to the venue can be found on their website

(Image Courtesy: AutoshowNY)

DON’T MISS LIST: NY Times Travel Show

By Jennifer Roberts, Halstead Property Agent & Neighborhood Expert

Are you as I tired as I am of these dreary days?  Dreaming of escaping to somewhere warm and tropical? Or just looking to get out of New York City?  Then head on over to the Javits Center this weekend for the 10th Anniversary New York Times Travel Show! 

Open to the public on both Saturday and Sunday, the show has something for everyone.  Visitors will have the opportunity to explore over 500 destinations worldwide, from familiar favorites to under-the-radar escapes.

There will be seminars being conducted throughout the weekend. Get advice on traveling solo from New York Times journalists Stephanie Rosenbloom , Getaway columnist, andSeth Kugel, FrugalTraveler.  Attend Break the Routine: Extreme Adventures in 2013 with Julia Dimon, a travel writer and National Geographic TV. Find out “What’s New in LGBT Travel: Hot Destinations, Cool Events and Surprising Destinations and Vacations when you join Ed Salvato, Man About World and a distinguished roster of LGBT travel experts.

Looking for something a little more active then sitting in a seminar?  Head over to Adrenaline Zone. With opportunities to climb a 24-foot rock-climbing wall, see exotic live animals at the SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Booth, and much more.

When you are done scaling that 24-foot wall, head over to Taste of the World , a culinary travel showcase bursting with global flavors. With featured content taking place on five separate stages, Taste of the World provides guests an exceptional opportunity to learn about delicious destinations, attend culinary demonstrations, and taste some of the world’s most savory flavors.

And before you leave, bid on Caribbean vacations at a Charity Auction benefiting Caribbean students studying hospitality and tourism. There are over 150 Caribbean hotel stays of up to 7 nights, all-inclusive that you can bid on.

If you want something amazing to do each day in New York City, look no further than signing up for Jennifer Roberts’ monthly newsletter, to do so simply click on this link.

Earth Day 2012  

Celebrate the upcoming 43rd annual Earth Day this year by heading to New York City’s first ever Green Festival at the Javits Center this weekend. Sunday, April 22nd is official Earth Day where more than an estimated one billion people around the globe will celebrate our planet and advocate for a more sustainable environment and lifestyle, and for the protection of earth’s resources.  Show your pride by heading the festival where hundreds of eco-innovators, educators, speakers, entertainers will be on hand, plus enjoy delicious sustainable/eco-friendly organic dining.  There are plenty of fun and informative workshops to attend too, like learning how to hone in on your green thumb and perfect your urban gardening skills. Visitors will also learn how and where they can contribute to the local economy via area farms and producers.  For more information on specific times, prices and general information be sure to visit their website 

The Javits Center is located at 655 West 34th Street, NY


That’s right, the day has come that our world more closer than ever resembles something straight out of a scene from Back to the Future or The Fifth Element. Flying cars and all. This weekend at the Jacob Javits Center, the annual New York International Auto Show will debut the world’s first commercial flying car, The Terrafugia Transition to the public.  The airborne automobile first took flight at Plattsburgh International Airport in New York for an eight-minute long stint in the clouds, and reached an altitude of 1,400 feet.  Industry bigwigs more aptly deem it a “roadable aircraft” that will best serve jetsetters traveling from one destination to another private airport where they’ll then drive it a few miles to their vacation home, say in the Hamptons 

Fitting that history will be made with this car, and at this show, as the International Auto Show became North America’s first automotive exhibition over a century ago in 1900. Each year the world renowned event attracts the likes of wealthy business professionals interested in the most up-to-date luxury vehicles, along with the most respected and innovative marketers and advertisers looking for the next best thing for consumers.  The futuristic winged-car will surely be the buzz around town this year.  The event is open to ticket holders starting Friday, April 6th and runs until Sunday, April 15th with closing ceremonies taking place at 7pm.  Be sure to visit their website for more info on tickets and special events.

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