NAIAS Connect

Welcome to NAIAS Connect, your e-news connection to NAIAS 2014. Over the next several months, NAIAS Connect will link you to some of the latest news, highlights and happenings surrounding the show.

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NAIAS closed its doors with a celebratory finish befitting its 25th anniversary, counting 50 vehicle introductions – the majority being worldwide – presented to a crowd of 5,169 journalists from across the globe.

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The wait is over. Manufacturers are bringing their absolute best to Detroit's world stage with a long list of worldwide concept and production reveals. Let the parade of new vehicles begin!

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NAIAS 2014 is now just weeks away, and show organizers have revealed a full, two-day press conference schedule that promises to be filled with worldwide and North American reveals.

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With the days counting down, NAIAS 2014 is rounding out its list of dozens of worldwide vehicle introductions, including debuts in nearly all vehicle categories. The product unveilings are on their way to Detroit's world stage, and NAIAS 2014 is anxiously awaiting their arrival.

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NAIAS 2013 was a true celebration of the automobile and a demonstration of the strength and resiliency of the auto business. Nowhere was that more clearly seen than on the show floor where manufacturers unveiled over 60 of their most spectacular new vehicles, showcasing them before a global audience.

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Global automakers have saved their best for NAIAS 2013, and in less than one week the wraps will be taken off some of the world's most spectacular vehicles. In fact, you're only days away from experiencing more than 50 worldwide and North American unveilings, 40 of which have never been seen before. Anywhere.

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The world comes to Detroit in a few short weeks, and the NAIAS is ready to greet it. With global manufacturers poised to unveil a long list of new vehicles, the vast majority of which will be worldwide reveals, all eyes will be on the Motor City. In fact, it's anticipated that vehicle introductions at NAIAS 2013 will top that of 2012.

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NAIAS Connect Nov 2012

Clearly, the auto industry is on its way back, and the NAIAS 2013 will be yet another reflection of this positive momentum. With the healthy growth in new-car sales, NAIAS officials confirm the 2013 show will be the backdrop for some of the industry's most spectacular worldwide and North American reveals.

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NAIAS Connect Feb 2012

Showcasing to the world an overwhelming feeling of automotive confidence, the NAIAS 2012 heralded loud and clear that the motor vehicle industry is making a comeback. Nowhere was that message more clearly demonstrated than during the show's Press Preview, where automakers took the wraps off dozens of brand new vehicles, over 90 percent of which were never seen before, anywhere.

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NAIAS Connect January 2012

The global stage has been set for the 24th North American International Auto Show. With more than 40 anticipated vehicle introductions, the majority of which are worldwide unveilings, NAIAS 2012 promises to make news that's heard across the globe. Let the unveilings begin.

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NAIAS Connect Dec 2011

The Gallery, a premier VIP auto experience second to none, will bring even more discriminating auto enthusiasts to the doorstep of uber-luxury automakers at the upcoming show. NAIAS officials have announced that they are making 100 additional tickets available to this exclusive, invitation-only event held at the MGM Grand Detroit

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October 2011 Cover

With the successful wrap-up of the Frankfurt Motor Show, the countdown has begun for NAIAS 2012, one of the first OICA auto shows of the new year. Just 73 days to opening, and the NAIAS is ready to connect, like never before, with its many show audiences. Over the past 12 months, show officials have been finessing a digital communications strategy as well as a social media strategy to create a more engaged, more connected show environment.

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