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Whats next at the Detroit auto show

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ADVERTISEMENTPress Preview days at the Detroit auto show are over: 5,212 members of the media have submitted their stories and are heading back to their respective homes in 62 countries across the globe, but the show is r from over.

For two days, people around the world have seen a steady stream of exciting images and news coverage representing a new day in the automotive industry, said Jim Seavitt, chairman, 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). I am proud of our show; Im proud of our city. Its been a very good couple of days.

Next up on the auto show itinerary: Industry Preview days. Wednesday and Thursday of this week will be dedicated to letting thousands of auto-industry employees, from engineers to suppliers, kick tires and check out the competition.

Come Friday evening, Cobo Hall will be ready to glam things up with its annual black-tie, red-carpet, Charity Preview event. Lovingly dubbed car-prom by regular attendees, Charity Preview consists of hundreds of the auto-industry elite (and some of the rest of us, too) sipping champagne while taking in all the glistening new sheetmetal. Guests pay a pretty penny to attend this event -- $300 to be exact ($290 of which is tax-deductible) -- and the money all goes to assist a number of childrens charities. Since its debut in 1976, the annual Charity Preview has raised more than $87 million for childrens charities in southeast Michigan.

On the morning of Saturday, Jan. 19, Cobo Hall opens its doors to the masses, kicking off the public days of the show.

This year the public Detroit auto show runs Jan. 19-27. For milies planning to attend the show, Friday, Jan. 25, is designated as Family Day, and will include various events and giveaways geared towards kids.

An adult ticket is $12; seniors 65 and older will get in for $6; and kids aged 7-12 are also $6. Children under 6 get in free as long as they are with a parent or guardian.

If youre in the Detroit metro area, get out there and find the next car of your dreams!

The annual North American International Auto Show, better known as the Detroit auto show, has maintained its place as a barometer for the entire industry. For 2013, NAIAS takes place Jan. 14-27 and will host concept cars, green cars and supercars from all the major automakers, including whats expected to be a highlight this year: the new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette. Check out Autoweeks complete coverage of the Detroit auto show here.

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