Chicago Automobile Trade Association also known as CATA was founded in 1904 in Chicago, USA. They are the oldest and largest metropolitan new car dealer of USA. The chairman of the company is Steve Foley Jr. CATA's ideal is to stand for high principles of business. They promote honesty and dependability in business operations; they epitomize truth and accuracy in dealer advertising; Improvise business methods and ethics and keep the competition fair so that dealers and the public are well-served. They are hosting the largest auto show in North America every year since 1935. The name of the show is Chicago Auto Show. In 2010 Chicago Auto Show CATA showed their kindness and commitment to the society by organizing Chicago Auto Show's 'First Look for Charity' where almost $2 million was raised in one night for local beneficiaries.
It was a great show but I wouldn't recommend waiting until the last day to goThe worst are the kids playing in the cars you'd like to sit in and check out but you can't due to the kids playing and the parents not caring.
2 SHANE OMALLEY Reviewed Chicago Auto Show on 21 Feb 2018 CFP (R) at Woodbury Financial
Too many people. It'd be great if you raised the cost to $30 - $40 entrance fee. It may reduce the attendance while raising the same funds. In addition, it'd have been nice to see more concept cars. This show was a reoccurring sales pitch.
No signs anywhere about the free electric bus. Froze in the morning from 8:45-9:15 on Jackson/Union Sta - never came. Waited outside Gate 26 for hour & 40 mins tween 12 &2 thereabouts to go back, never came. Paid CTA for rides. What a JOKE!