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The Detroit Auto Show Isn’t What It Used To Be – And Maybe That’s Okay

I live and breathe all things automotive, and have since my childhood. It was easy to access, growing up in Southeast Michigan, the seat of the automotive industry. A highlight of each year was my dad’s and my annual January pilgrimage to the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Despite the bitter cold and often horrendous stormy weather, my father and I would brave the icy roads to catch the latest reveals and marvel at the extravagant automaker displays.

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Lambert Hires Award-Winning Journalist Katie Merx to Lead Its Automotive and Mobility Team

Lambert, a public relations, investor relations, and integrated communications agency, today announced that industry veteran Katie Merx joined the company as Managing Director of Automotive and Mobility. In this role, Merx will lead strategy, growth and account management initiatives for clients up and down the automotive and mobility supply chain and across the transportation landscape….

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Canadian Trucker Bridge Blockade Slams Auto Industry Yet Again

By Sam Krahn, Intern Few industries have been upended as deeply due to the global pandemic and its cascading effects as the automotive industry. Supply-chain issues impacting production and employee health and safety, new-car shortages caused by microchip shortages, and skyrocketing used-car prices have all forced the industry to find ways to pivot from one…

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The Detroit Auto Show Isn’t What It Used To Be – And Maybe That’s Okay

Lambert Hires Award-Winning Journalist Katie Merx to Lead Its Automotive and Mobility Team

GM’s Plan to Invest $6.5 Billion to Build EVs in Michigan Set Off My Journalism Instincts

Why NACTOY Awards are About Much More Than Just the Cars

LA Auto Show Proved Auto Shows are not Dead