HOUSTON (KIAH) — For the first time ever, the Houston Auto Show and Houston Boat Show are teaming up, bringing together lovers of land and sea for one spectacular event. From January 26 to January 30, 2022, NRG Center attendees can experience the latest vehicles, boats and outdoor activities for just one ticket.
After realizing the hit the pandemic has taken on inventory in the auto and boat industries, the two Houston shows have teamed up to host the biggest event of its kind.
“New cars are in high demand thanks to new model launches, new technologies and never-before-seen supply chain issues,” said Wyatt Wainwright, president of the Houston Auto Show. “Combining with the Houston Boat Show creates an exceptional first-time event that can be enjoyed by all for one low price.”
Enjoy fan favorites from Camp Jeep, the Ram test track and new 2022/2023 vehicle models during the Houston Auto Show portion of the event. A wide variety of automotive brands will be represented, as well as several test drive opportunities from brands such as Ford and Subaru.
At the Houston Boat Show, more than 200 vendors will showcase the latest technologies and trends in boating and outdoor sports, including the launch of Sea-Doo’s new all-electric pontoon boat. Current boat and RV models from some of the industry’s top brands will be represented at the show while Texas Parks & Wildlife will have an expanded presence, providing access to experts in boating education – from the basics of boating to safety.
“Since the start of the pandemic, we have seen more and more desire for the outdoor lifestyle. Boating is certainly a community and social sport in high demand,” said Boat Show Chairman Kenneth Lovell. “If you’ve recently joined the boating community or just want to learn more, the Boat Show is the place to come!”
Participation in both events is only $15 and children under five are free. Tickets are available on TicketMaster.com. For details on exhibitors and activities at both events, visit www.houstonautoshow.com and www.houstonboatshows.com.
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