Happy New Year!

The entire staff here at AACS heartily hope that each and every one of you had a great Holiday and that you got to spend it with those that matter most, friends and family.  We are looking forward to a great year and hope you come along for the ride.  The auto industry looks to be gathering steam too and is regaining its mojo (knock wood).  What better way to demonstrate that to the world than by having a little get together in Detroit called the North American International Auto Show.  With numerous hot new introductions including the Corvette, Grand Cherokee, Cadillac ELR, F150 Concept and BMW 4-Series, the show lineup looks to be very strong and I for one am excited.

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If the Detroit Auto Show is the greatest way to kick off the new year, then The MAIN Event is the greatest way to kick off the Auto Show.  There are very few spaces left, so if you are in the auto industry and want to “Celebrate Industry Excellence, meet the Next Generation Designers and see their Concepts” click on this link and register right away. By the way, the event is by invitation only, so consider this my personal invitation to you (you will need the password ‘vip2013’).

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And come back next week to see our report from the show.  We will cover all the new vehicles as well as design trends along with our own brand of irreverence provided by the return of The Stud!

About Frank Schwartz

Frank Schwartz is the founder of CarFriend.me and Advanced Automotive Consulting Services, partner in The Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment and serial entrepeneur. A long time automotive enthusiast, Frank started reading car magazines at the age of 8 and has spent 30+ years working inside the automotive industry. In his spare time Frank races with the Sports Car Club of America, spends time working on his numerous project cars and supports many local charities.
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