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Delaware Auto Show offers rain respite

 A Dodge Viper sits in the lobby of the Chase Center for the Delaware Auto Show. (Mark Eichmann/WHYY)

A Dodge Viper sits in the lobby of the Chase Center for the Delaware Auto Show. (Mark Eichmann/WHYY)

With so many Delaware events cancelled this weekend, organizers at the Delaware Auto Show are touting its rain-or-shine policy.

 

The reduced threat from Hurricane Joaquin makes it easier to keep the indoor car show on schedule this weekend and show leaders are hoping to get a little boost from folks who had their original plans get rained out.

“It’s bad, but it’s not too bad that you can’t get out and do something that’s inside,” said Christopher Calloway with the Delaware Auto Show. “It’s bigger and better than ever this year.”

There are 30 different manufacturers displaying more than 100 cars at the show, in addition to local dealers who are on site to answer questions car buyers, or even just window shoppers may have. “They like looking at all the cars and seeing them all in one place, rather than having to shop around or look online,” said Calloway.

Tickets to the show can be purchased online for $7 or at the door for $10. The show runs Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day.

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