In 1900, The first New York International Automobile Show was held, the first automotive exhibition in North America. For over 100 years, the show, which now takes place annually at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, has grown in popularity and attendance. Held in one of the country's largest centers for new vehicle sales, this show is one of the industry's most important events, giving consumers the chance to see every make and model on the market under one roof. Visit the show's website at AutoShowNY.com to view a schedule of events, a listing of exhibitors and floor plans to the show, information on special exhibits and panel discussions. Event tickets and official show merchandise, including tees, sweatshirts and programs can be purchased on the site. Visitors to the show can participate in over 100 events, including symposiums, conferences, forums, roundtables, award ceremonies and parties.