DETROIT – A new agreement with six labor unions means it will cost less to set up displays at the North American International Auto Show that opens here Jan. 8 at the Cobo Conference and Exhibition Center. It took $200 million, 10 weeks and 1,500 unionized workers to erect the elaborate exhibits at the 2005 event, says Richard Genthe, the show’s senior co-chairman and past president of the sponsoring organization, the Detroit Automobile Dealers Assn. Genthe says he is unable to ...
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