Detroit, Mich., Dec. 21, 2012 - The North
American International Auto Show (NAIAS) announced today that
online media registration will be extended until Jan. 4, 2013, to
keep up with the increased demand for credential requests.
Year-to-date, requests for international NAIAS credentials are
up 15 percent, according to Jim Seavitt, chairman, 2013 NAIAS. As a
result of the high demand, the online registration deadline has
been extended by one week to Jan. 4, 2013.
"The pre-show excitement escalates daily, and we're still three
weeks out," said Seavitt. "The world stage is set, we're expecting
more than 50 vehicle debuts, and the international press know that
there's only one place to be on January 14 and 15… at Detroit's
North American International Auto Show."
Journalists should register online at naias.com and complete the form on the "Media
Access" page. Qualifying journalists will need to collect their
credentials in person at Cobo Center beginning the week of Jan. 7,
2013, during normal business hours, or just prior to Press Preview
on Jan. 14. No applications will be accepted after the new online
Media credentials are required for entry to NAIAS 2013 and
provided to qualified journalists only. To qualify, applicants must
be working in print, broadcast or social-based/website media. All
persons entering the show floor with credentials during Press
Preview will be required to present additional identification
(current driver's license or passport) for
validation. NAIAS credentials are not transferable.
For more information contact Rohatynski-Harlow Public Relations,
LLC, Joe Rohatynski or Marc Harlow at 517-579-0789 office,
517-579-7313 fax, or NaiasMedia2013@roharpr.com.
NAIAS 2013 would like to welcome its Premier Sponsors: Delta Air
Lines, DENSO, Johnson Controls, KPMG, Michigan Economic Development
Corporation, Michelin and ZF Group, as well as its Official
Sponsors: AutoTrader.com, MSN Autos, Panasonic
Automotive, and Schaeffler. Charter One / RBS Citizens serves as
Presenting Sponsor of Charity Preview. AISIN joins NAIAS as Title
Sponsor of the AISIN Drive Green Experience.