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Tue January 25, 2011
Chicago Auto Show organizers like Detroit's trend
For the second year in a row, attendance at the North American International Auto Show increased.
It's not just good news for Detroit. It could also be good news for Chicago.
The 2011 Chicago Auto Show kicks off in two weeks.
Its organizers say they’re encouraged by the figures out of Detroit where 735,000 people attended this year’s show.
That’s about 20,000 more than last year.
It's not a huge increase, but it is a change from years of steady decline.
Paul Brian works with the Chicago Auto Show, which attracts a lot more people than the Detroit Auto Show. Brian says regional rivalries aside
"It's kind of like whether you’re Army, Navy, Air Force or Marines - everybody’s playing on the same team. If it’s good for the Detroit show, it’s good for Chicago, and New York, and LA, and it’s good for the industry."
After all, buzz is buzz.
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