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Auto Tunes: Collegiate A Cappella Competition
Contest will Cap Off Student Day

WASHINGTON, D.C. – February 3, 2013 – (Virtual Press Office) -- Voices—and school spirit—will soar on Monday night, when The Washington Auto Show hosts its first annual Auto Tunes: Collegiate A Cappella Competition, drawing crooners from George Washington, American, and Catholic universities to cap off "Student Day" at the show.

"Among Washington's great attributes is its vibrant student population," says Washington Auto Show Chairman Robert Fogarty. "We want to celebrate our students, and what better way to do that than with music?"

Students get into the show for just $5 on Monday ($7 off the $12 ticket price) by showing student ID.
Monday evening's contest will begin at 6:30 and will feature performances by the GW Pitches. A.U.'s On a Sensual Note, and Redline A Cappella from Catholic University.
The winning group will be determined by an official "applause meter" to reveal the audience's favorite. Representatives from A Cappella Embassy will be judging each group on their performance.
The winning team members will each receive $30 in iTunes gift cards and other prizes.

The largest public show in Washington, The Washington Auto Show features more than 750,000 square feet of automobiles, advanced technology, and experiential events and spans all areas of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. More than 700 vehicles representing 42 domestic and import manufacturers are on display in this 71st edition of the show, which also presents the inaugural Luxury Showcase and enhanced floor plan. The show continues until Feb. 10. For more information, log on to www.washingtonautoshow.com.

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