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Detroit Auto Show Breaks 800,000 Visitors

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DETROIT (WLNS) - The North American International Auto Show wrapped up Sunday in Detroit. This year's show was the most visited auto show in more than ten years.

The Detroit show featured about 550 vehciles and had around $200 million worth of displays. The show was open to members of the press from 60 countries for the first week, then the show opened it's doors to the public for nine days.

Over 803,000 people visited the show. On Sunday, the attendance was over 100,000 people. The last time the show broke 800,000 was in 2003.

This year marked the 25th anniversary of the event.

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