2007 North American International Auto Show To Host Automotive Education Day Today

    DETROIT, Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ --

     WHAT: The third annual North American International Auto Show Automotive
           Education Day presented by State Farm Insurance.

           Automotive Education Day will provide students in grades 8 -12 with
           the opportunity to have informal discussions with industry experts
           about alternative fuel/technology, design, engineering and other
           diverse career opportunities. School groups will also have the
           chance to visit the NAIAS show floor and have lunch in the
           Cobo Arena Food Court.

           More than 7,000 students from various school groups throughout
           Southeast Michigan, surrounding states and Windsor, Ontario
           (Canada's border city) are expected to participate. During the
           opening remarks students and instructors will receive backpacks and
           prize give-a-ways.

           Tickets for Automotive Education Day are $10 USD or $11.50 CAN per
           student and includes lunch.  Doors open at 7:30 a.m. Program begins
           at 9:00 a.m.

    WHEN:  Tomorrow, Jan. 17, 2007 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Cobo Center.
           Formal program will begin at 9 a.m. in Cobo Arena

    MEDIA/PHOTO
    OPP'S:
             - Hillary Will of KB Racing LLC Top Fuel Dragster will
               participate in an autograph session and will serve as the
               featured speaker for thousands of students interested in
               automotive careers.
             - PA Piston's announcer, John "Mason" will serve as the emcee for
               the Opening Ceremonies at 9 a.m.
             - Mia Cinelli, senior at Marquette Senior High School, and
               recipient of the First Annual State Farm Artistic Award is
               available for interviews.  Cinelli's design is featured on a
               State Farm free t-shirt for Auto Education Day attendees.
             - Students can enter to win MP3 players inside Michigan Hall on
               the lower level of Cobo Center.  Participants must enter by
               11:30 a.m.; the drawing will close at noon.

    WHY:   The NAIAS is excited to provide another great opportunity for young
           people to experience the excitement of the automotive industry and
           its products.  The goal of NAIAS Auto Education Day is to encourage
           students to learn more about the variety of career paths available
           within the automotive industry.

     Contact:  Elizabeth Weigandt Twork
               John Bailey & Associates
               NAIAS PR Desk: 248-643-2450
               E-mail: 
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