Frank Downing Jr., president of Towne Automotive Group, said the show gets enthusiasm going in the industry after January, which is typically a slow month.
March is usually one of the busiest months of the year.
Ford Motor Co.
this year is treating Buffalo
as a Tier II show, a step up from last years status that brings with it upgraded displays, Downing said. (Even so, Buffalos show is not expected to get a 2015 Ford F-150, which has received attention for its aluminum body.)
measures a Buffalo Auto Shows success based on sales that are made after the show, as well as input from his
salespeople about the attendance.