The Detroit auto show provides a tremendous economic boost for Detroit's hotels, restaurants and other businesses with an annual economic impact that is estimated to exceed $425 million.
Organizers of Detroit auto show are expecting big crowds again Monday as thousands of people across metro Detroit take advantage of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday to see the newest cars and trucks on display at Cobo Center. Monday marks the third day that the 2016 North American International Auto Show will be open to the public. Already, more than 208,000 have made their way to downtown Detroit to see the show, Paul Sabatini, chairman of the Detroit auto show, said in a statement. More than 100,000 people attended the show Saturday and Sunday. “Between the amazing product on display and the interactive exhibits, crowds packed Cobo Center halls this weekend,” Sabatini said. more...
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