DETROIT (WXYZ) - When it comes to automobiles, Michigan has it all: manufacturers, suppliers, the workers and the businesses that support the auto industry.
It made sense to have an Auto Summit in the Motor City and the Detroit Regional Chamber hosted the first 2013 Michigan Automotive Summit Wednesday, September 25 at COBO Center in Detroit.
The Summit was an opportunity to gain a better understanding of the auto industry, hear form influential people associated with the industry and to network with automotive professionals.
Governor Rick Snyder and GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson were among the speakers at the summit.
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