The North American International Auto Show in Motor City January 30, 2015 The 2015 NAIAS in Detroit Michigan concluded with a robust weekend after carrying out an outstanding 2-week festivity of the world’s love of the automobile. Sunday’s entrance of 102,928 tickets brought the overall attendance to 808,775 just beating last year’s overall of 803,451. The North American International Auto Show has played a key role in the rebirth of the Motor City and it has a tremendous impact on the Michigan car dealerships. In fact, the total economic impact of NAIAS 2015 is $400 million, as per economist David Sowerby. Highlight of the NAIAS:

The 2015 NAIAS Chairman Scott LaRiche spoke of the show saying, “For two weeks, we’ve seen the confidence and felt the commitment that auto manufacturers have placed in our show, and in our city,” They unveiled unbelievable products in dramatic fashion; they built beautiful new, interactive displays; and dozens of amazing digital screens created a sensory extravaganza. And for the last eight days, during the public show, people have smiled from ear-to-ear from the moment they arrived. Now that’s confidence.” The NAIAS was a coaster of vehicle unveilings, exceptional previews, major industry functions, sincere charitable giving and reminiscent family fun.