The St. Louis Auto Show is an auto show held annually in St. Louis, Missouri; the first St. Louis Auto Show was held in 1907 at Forest Park Highlands. Since resumption of the show in 1983, it has been held annually at the America's Center convention center and, since its construction in 1996, at the adjacent Edward Jones Dome. In the most recent show, which took place in January 2012, its exhibits featured more than 25 automobile and motorcycle brands, including Acura, Cadillac, Chrysler, Fiat, Harley Davidson, Hyundai, Kia, Lincoln, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota and Volvo; the show featured a collection of supercars sponsored by St. Louis Motorsports, Inc. including cars manufactured by Bentley, Lotus and Rolls-Royce. The 2012 show included three "ride-and-drive" experiences in which attendees were able to drive new vehicles, an environmentally friendly automobile section, the Camp Jeep experience, in which attendees were able to participate in indoor, off-road driving; the show has included a variety of concept cars.
During the 1991 show, organizers brought three Deloreans used in the filming of Back to the Future and a pre-production model of the Dodge Viper. For 1996, the show included models of the Cadillac Catera, the Plymouth Prowler, the Lamborghini Diablo. In 1996, the auto show became the first convention to use the Edward Jones Dome for convention space; the 2001 show featured a pre-production model of the Ford Thunderbird and the GMC Envoy, while the 2005 show included the Jeep Hurricane concept car
Mar Salgado is a Portuguese telenovela which began airing on SIC from September 15, 2014 until September 18, 2015. The series starred Margarida Vila-Nova, Joana Santos, Ricardo Pereira and José Fidalgo, was written by Inês Gomes. Leonor Trigo was only 16 years-old when she fell in love with Gonçalo, a 24-year-old famous motorcycle racer who ends up getting her pregnant with twins. Realizing that Gonçalo will never accept the children, she hides her pregnancy from everyone; when Leonor at the end of her pregnancy, her father, Alberto Trigo, discovers the truth and demands that Gonçalo take responsibility. Gonçalo panics for fear of a lawsuit, with the certainty that a scandal of a relationship with a minor would drive sponsors away and cause him serious problems in the family. Gonçalo turns to a friend, a doctor and convinces Patrícia Santos – Leonor’s best-friend – to help him; the delivery is made with the help of the doctor's wife, nurse Alice Amorim. Leonor is sedated during childbirth; when she wakes up, they don't ensure her that the baby was stillborn.
One of the babies is handed to Gonçalo's sister -- Amélia --. The other baby is left by Patrícia at a church. Sixteen years Leonor Trigo works as a diving instructor in the Emirates, she never got over the loss of her baby, so it is a great shock when Alice shows up to tell her the truth about that night. All her certainties are shaken as Leonor realizes that she gave birth to two healthy children who are still alive. Without thinking twice, she decides to return to Portugal in order to search for her children and get revenge from the people who lied to her. At present Patrícia Santos is married to Gonçalo Queiroz and the two have a daughter together, “Kika” Queiroz. Patrícia took advantage of what she knew to force him to marry her, they panic when they realize Leonor knows the truth. They are determined to do everything to silence her and by all mean necessary. On her arrival to Portugal, Leonor reunites with André Queiroz, she was his first crush, who has never forgotten her. Leonor comes close to him.
She only intends to use him, but she will fall for him and they will live a beautiful love story. Margarida Vila-Nova - Leonor Fialho Trigo Ricardo Pereira - André Cardoso Queiroz Joana Santos - Maria Patrícia Santos Queiroz José Fidalgo - Gonçalo Cardoso Queiroz Inês Aguiar - Carlota Queiroz Vaz João Maneira - Tiago Cunha António Capelo - Frederico Queiroz Custódia Gallego - Antónia Cardoso Queiroz Joaquim Horta - Martim Vaz Maria João Pinho - Amélia Cardoso Queiroz Vaz Inês Castel-Branco - Cristina Maria Santos - «Tina» João Ricardo - Bento Correia Margarida Carpinteiro - Adelaide Santos Sofia Sá da Bandeira - Catarina Cunha João Baião - Rogério Manuel Santos Maria João Abreu - Cremilde Santos Ricardo Carriço - Sebastião Cardoso Sandra Barata Belo - Júlia Rocha Gonçalo Diniz - João Loureiro - «Joni» Rosa do Canto - Laurinda Correia Pelicano António Cordeiro - Henrique Pelicano António Fonseca - João Pimenta Ângela Pinto - Idalina Pimenta Bárbara Norton de Matos - Sara Teixeira Rúben Gomes - Daniel Lopes Liliana Santos - Eva Correia Pelicano Luís Barros - Filipe Correia Pelicano Sisley Dias - Diogo Fialho Trigo Ana Guiomar - Vitória Pimenta Manuel Sá Pessoa - Nuno Morais Débora Monteiro - Rute Lopes Marco Costa - Xavier Rocha José Mata - Mateus Correia Pelicano Filipa Areosa - Madalena Correia Pelicano Hana Sofia Lopes - Camila Noronha Tiago Teotónio Pereira - Messias Pimenta Diana Nicolau - Sílvia Lopes João Arrais - Pedro Pimenta Catarina Rebelo - Frederica Santos Queiroz - «Kika» Raquel Oliveira - Elsa Rocha Afonso Lopes - Hugo Lopes The first episode was watched by 1.4 million viewed with a 29.1% share, the most watched television show of the day.
The finale had a viewership of 1.9 million, with an average audience of 19.6% and 42.8% share, the best performing show on the day. The series had an average viewing figure of 1.47 million over 316 episodes, making it the second most-watched telenovela on SIC after Dancin' Days