Detroit has seen a big shift in traffic as more and more people are coming to the 2013 North American International Auto Show. The Public Show officially started on the 19, and the turnout has been tremendous already.
Online PR News – 26-January-2013 – Detroit – DETROIT – With almost a week having gone by before the Public Show is open to everyone who is not professionally involved in the industry, MI dealers may have heard about the crowds that have already visited this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS)
With parades twice daily, celebrity sports stars, and hundreds of vehicles to enjoy, the many hundreds of thousands of visitors had plenty to look at while at the show. The opener saw over 100,000 people walk through the doors at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show while the weekend as a whole closed out at more than 208,000 visitors.
Highlights of the Public Show since it opened:
• A flash mob broke out in the middle of the NAIAS
• American Red Cross hosted a blood drive
• Cars, cars and even more cars
• Raffles, giveaways, and much more…
Also, not only has the Public Show been a great turnout so far, but the Charity Preview that took place on January 18 had seen 13,069 people who had attended. The Charity Preview is a fundraiser that is held to help benefit many children in need.
The Public Show goes on until this Sunday, January 27. Visit while you can, and please feel free to share any photos or stories with us at firstname.lastname@example.org connect with us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/MichiganAutoTimes.
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