DETROIT, MI (WLNS) – Preparations for one of the biggest and most influential auto shows in the world are underway in Detroit.
Crews are working hard to set the stage for the 2015 North American International Auto Show.
The show has an economic impact of $375 million and will have over 750 cars on the floor.
It takes about 10 weeks of coordination between auto makers, union workers and suppliers to make sure the show is ready by mid-January.
The executive director of the Detroit Auto Dealers Association and the North American International Auto Show will be speaking right here in Lansing this morning at the December Economic Club Luncheon. The event is held at the Kellogg Center and will have a focus on the economy.
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