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Category Archives: Auto Show Coverage
TweetOK, class, what have we learned – or, taken away – from this past auto show circuit? I hope the answer is as simple as “a lot.” It is not that easy. This auto show circuit was laden with good … Continue reading
TweetTwo cities have been vying for our automotive attention this week. While Shanghai has been rolling out the more exotic stuff, New York offered up more things that are down to Earth – more like, down to our country’s consciousness. … Continue reading
TweetThe Twin Cities Auto Show was not my final stop on the circuit. That was reserved for something that challenged my memory. In December of 1996, I arrived in Washington, DC seeking a complete change of life. I was already … Continue reading
TweetTo wrap up our coverage of the 111th Chicago Auto Show, we now turn to Josh Dvorak and FlecsMedia for a series of videos from McCormick Place. Josh and Veronica Krawiec have been on our team for last year’s show. … Continue reading
TweetSince 2005, the Twin Cities Auto Show has become a part of my annual routine. Each year provided a larger personal role than before. For example, I was presented with an opportunity to expand my automotive media horizons in 2011. … Continue reading
TweetOh, Geneva, you are one expensive place. Perhaps that is one reason why I have never stepped foot inside Palexpo… But, for those who work this show know that it takes a shift in overall perspective to understand why this … Continue reading
Tweet“Another year, another Chicago Auto Show…” That was the mantra among those of us who arrived in McCormick Place for the 111th Chicago Auto Show. We may be either new to the game or are hardened veterans of the business, … Continue reading
TweetSo it begins. Victory & Reseda’s coverage of the 111th Chicago Auto Show. As we mentioned last weekend, there is a team that covered what will become the only wintertime Tier 1 auto show next year. Not just your publisher … Continue reading
TweetWorking this year’s North American International Auto Show from the comfort of my home proved to be easier than I thought. It came down to predictability. If you did some detective work, then you’d figure out that the 2020 Toyota … Continue reading
TweetForget about Emotional Support Musical Instruments, airports understaffed due to the government shutdown, trains, and Wisconsin…can we talk about automobiles, again? We can. The North American International Auto Show opened for its final January at Cobo Hall in Detroit. We … Continue reading