Thursday, January 5, 2012

WXYZ begins its North American International Auto Show coverage

While the automotive highlight of the year for amateurs is probably the Woodward Dream Cruise, the automotive event of the year for professionals is the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), which also serves as the kickoff of the year for car enthusiasts of all kinds here. It's such a big event that hotels and motels are booked up for miles around, as I found out back in 2000 when I tried to book a room in Livonia--but that's a story for another post.

Like the Dream Cruise, the NAIAS attracts a lot of local coverage, in particular from WXYZ-TV. The station has already begun. Here are the clips from yesterday.

NAIAS To Exhibit Technology For People With Disabilities

Inclusiveness is something that is good for people and for profit.

Urban Wheel awards to kick off Auto Show

John Quinones should bring his 57 Chevy from San Antonio to the Dream Cruise. He and his car would be a big hit and he'd probably love the event.

Auto show behind the scenes

I'm glad to post such good news about a Detroit event that is so important for the local economy.

Expect a lot more coverage of this event between now and the 20th.

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