Dec. 27, 2012 PLYMOUTH VOICE.
Plan to visit the 2013 Detroit International Auto Show and Cobo Center, undergoing a three-year, $299 million renovation and expansion.The project is for scheduled for completion in 2015, but the new riverside atrium entrance will be ready for the 2013 auto show. See more than 500 vehicles on display, representing the most innovative designs in the world and experience North America’s largest and most prestigious automotive showcase.
Cobo Center has been home to the Detroit Auto Show and later the Detroit International Auto Show, formerly called Cobo Hall, almost since it was built in 1960. It was named for Albert E. Cobo, mayor of Detroit from 1950 to 1957.
Jan 19-27 from 9am-10pm; Jan 22, 9am-7pm. Admittance ends each day one-hour prior to the close of the show. Early access for handicapped individuals daily starting at 8am. Adults $12, Seniors: $6 (65+), and Children (ages 7-12) $6. Ages 6 and under free with a parent or guardian.
For more information, visit their website, http://www.naias.com/ or call (248) 643-0250.