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National Auto Show Showcases the Future

For over a century, Detroit has hosted an annual auto show. During the
first several decades of its existence, however, the its focus was
strictly regional. In 1987, a group of car dealers within the Detroit
Auto Dealers Association (DADA) asked: Why not make the event truly
international in scope?

The dealers traveled to Japan and Europe, encouraging manufacturers
there to bring their new brands and new-vehicle introductions to
Detroit for the newly-named North American International Auto Show
(NAIAS). The automakers did just that, leading to the growth and
success of the NAIAS. Within a few short years, the North American
International Auto Show (NAIAS) has achieved their goal. The NAIAS
continually introduces bold new features to enhance attendees’
experiences and deliver exceptional value to media, industry and the

This year, the NAIAS celebrates its 25th year. Thanks to the vision
and dedication of the 1989 organizing committee, and the efforts of
Detroit area auto dealers who’ve since served on the organizing
committee, the NAIAS has earned a top spot among auto shows around the

A photo tour of the 2014 show is available here:

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