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TOP AUTO EXECUTIVES SCHEDULED TO ATTEND MEDIA DAYS AT THE 1994 GREATER LOS ANGELES AUTO SHOW

 LOS ANGELES, Dec. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Prominent executives from the world's major automobile manufacturers will address the news media at their respective company's news conference scheduled during Media Days at the 1994 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show. The two full days of news conferences will be held Thursday and Friday, Jan. 6 and 7 at the newly expanded Los Angeles Convention Center.
 Among the industry leaders who are scheduled to attend are Chrysler Chief Executive Officer Robert Eaton; General Motors Vice President of North American Vehicle Marketing, Sales and Service J. Michael Losh; Mitsubishi Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President Richard Recchia; Mazda President Kazuo Sonoguchi; Porsche President and Chief Executive Officer Frederick Schwab; BMW President Vic Doolan; Ford Vice President Robert Rewey; Saab AB Vice President of Sales and Marketing John Fleming; Rolls Royce President and Chief Executive Officer Howard Mosher; and Mercedes-Benz A.G. Deputy Board Member for Worldwide Passenger Car Marketing and Sales Erich Krampe.
 In addition to attracting many of the leading executives, more than 120 international journalists representing 16 countries will complement the hundreds of domestic media who will be covering the news emanating from the auto show.
 Among the planned news announcements that manufacturers will make at the show are the public debuts of more than 35 production and concept cars, many of which will be making their world debut in Los Angeles.
 As a result of the Los Angeles Convention Center's major expansion, more than 1,000 new cars, trucks, vans and sport utilities, as well as environmentally sensitive vehicles, will be exhibited, the most in the show's history.
 "This year's theme of 'Automobile and The Environment' has created considerable excitement within the auto industry and its related fields," commented Andy Fuzesi, general manager of the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show. "Exhibitors in the Environmental Technology Center, such as General Motors Corp. and U.S. Electricar, will present a variety of practical solutions to improving air quality." Many other manufacturers have followed suit in displaying their own advances within their exhibits.
 The 1994 Greater Los Angeles Auto Show will be open to the public Jan. 8-16, and will be preceded by Media Days Jan. 6 and 7.
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