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2007 NAIAS Ready For The Crowds
Starting the 13th of January this coming year, one of the automotive industry’s most awaited grand events would be opening its doors to the public. This event is the 2007 North American International Auto Show, which is much more known as the NAIAS. The show would be open to the public starting the 13th of January, as mentioned, and would be open up until the 21st.
Many car aficionados, followers, and plain auto lovers would be rushing to the mentioned event to take part of the sights and feel the thrill of being part of the 2007 NAIAS. After all, this is not your usual auto dealer where you get to see only a couple of the latest GM performance parts. The 2007 NAIAS would be an avenue for all manufacturers to show off the vehicles of the past, of the present, and even of the future.
The organizers of the 2007 NAIAS has already come up with a plan to coordinate with another group – the Click and Park. Together, they would be solving the problem of parking during the mentioned event. As per a press release given out, NAIAS and Click and Park would be giving the public an easy and efficient parking system. Plus, there would also be some new shuttle services as part of the event and the shuttle services would be roaming to and from the Detroit Zoo to the Greenfield Village. As per the Click and Park system, there is an online parking system and some spaces are already reserved and some are for sale. That way, when you do go to the event, all you need to do so find your space and you are all set. There is no need for you to go round and round for that elusive parking space.
Robert Thibodeau is the senior co-chairperson for the 2007 NAIAS and he states, “Our goal is to make transportation for attendees to Cobo as fast and efficienet as possible. Click and Park is an excellent system that has been used at college bowl games, NASCAR race events and Super Bowls. We are happy to partner with this organization for the second year in a row and hope that it will make traveling to the NAIAS more convenient for our attendees.”
About the Author: Joe Ratzkin is an avid fan of anything automotive. This 34-year old bachelor wanted to be a mechanic when he was a kid but changed his mind and became a freelance writer and researcher instead. He is currently based in Chicago, Illinois.