The 2011 North American International Auto Show: a world-class auto show in the Motor City.It is impossible to say "Detroit Detroit, city, United States
Detroit (dĭtroit`), city (1990 pop. 1,027,974), seat of Wayne co., SE Mich., on the Detroit River and between lakes St. Clair and Erie; inc. as a city 1815. " and not have "automobiles" come to mind. After all, we are proud to be the Motor City.
If you want to see the best a town and culture have to offer, come visit the North American North American
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see boophilusannulatus. International Auto Show (NAIAS). Under the "automotive blanket" of NAIAS, we house pride, passion, determination, and music and entertainment, while serving as the world's tour guide to the next advancements in the global automotive market, economy and industry innovation.
Show organizers and the entire town deliver a show that awes and inspires visitors because of our ability to exceed expectations. Approximately 5,000 media from around the world come to the NAIAS at Cobo Center. The 2010 NAIAS saw public attendance rise to 715,000. We approach January with a heightened sense of "more" cued up.
Approaching our 23rd
NAIAS this January at Detroit's Cobo Center, the significance of the show's role to the city, as well as nationally and globally, can sometimes be understated. We have been a part of the automotive fabric of the world for so long and so successfully that locally, we tend to overlook the groundbreaking nature of this event.
NAIAS is a symbol of tenacity, unity and all that is good and great about our hometown home·town
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Noun 1. hometown - the town (or city) where you grew up or where you have your principal residence; "he never went back to his hometown again" . All we ask is that you come to Cobo Center and experience the pride we feel, and leave with the pride you should carry with you as Detroiters. NAIAS is not only a national and world-class premier event; it is a global beacon that invites and draws people from every part of the world to come right here to Detroit to influence and experience the direction of technology and innovation into the future.
NAIAS is in the unique and exciting position of serving the needs of many audiences: public, industry, governmental officials, opinion leaders and the media. NAIAS 2011 is going to be a culminating triumph in its long history, but maybe more significantly, a triumph over the global economics we have all faced for the last three years, and in Detroit, especially.
I look forward to seeing you in January. Together, we will write the next chapter in this exciting book known as the automotive industry--reflecting our city, our community, our country, and even the world.
New This Year
Living "Smarter" just got easier at the 2011 North American International Auto Show
"Smarter Living In Michigan Michigan (mĭsh`ĭgən), upper midwestern state of the United States. It consists of two peninsulas thrusting into the Great Lakes and has borders with Ohio and Indiana (S), Wisconsin (W), and the Canadian province of Ontario (N,E). " is a new exhibit that will be featured at the 2011 NAIAS. It will be presented by long-time partner, the MEDC, and will be comprised of two different areas, a MEDC Town Square and the adjacent Smarter Living Showcase, sponsored by DTE Energy DTE Energy Co. (NYSE: DTE) is a Detroit, Michigan-based utility incorporated in 1995 involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services nationwide. . Michigan Hall will be transformed into an interactive display showcase, highlighting the many ways that Michigan companies are building and creating eco-friendly communities and sustainable lifestyles.
"As the automotive industry The automotive industry is the industry involved in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of motor vehicles. In 2006, more than 69 million motor vehicles, including cars and commercial vehicles were produced worldwide. continues to make incredible strides in environmentally-friendly production and technology, the features we offer to showcase at the NAIAS continue to evolve," said Barron Meade, chairman, 2011 NAIAS. "Our partners at the MEDC have made it possible to help us transform Michigan Hall into an area that offers media, industry members and guests an experience unlike anything they'll see elsewhere."
Barron Meads is chairman of the 2011 North American International Auto Show.