Highlights of the conference include:
-- FINBARR O'NEILL, senior vice president and general manager of international operations at J.D. Power and Associates; -- ROD LACHE, analyst for Deutsche Bank; -- DAN NEAL, Pulitzer Prize winning automotive columnist from the Los Angeles Times; -- PAUL TAYLOR, chief economist for NADA's Industry Analysis; -- EMILY KOLINSKI-MORRIS, senior economist at Ford Motor Company; and -- ELON MUSK, chairman, product architect and chief executive officer of Tesla Motors, delivering the keynote address. Musk is also currently the CEO and CTO at Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX). He was co-founder of PayPal.
Conference registration includes a continental breakfast, plus a FREE Analyst Pass to the North American International Auto Show during Press Week -- good on Tuesday, January 13 until 7:00 p.m.
The conference will run from 8:00 a.m. (networking breakfast at 7:00 a.m.) to approx 12:00 noon at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center in downtown Detroit. Complimentary shuttle service is provided by NAIAS between the Marriott and Cobo Center where the auto show is staged. Secure on-line registration is available at www.cybersaa.org .
Complete conference details can be found on SAA's web site at www.cybersaa.org which includes secure on-line registration. For additional information, contact SAA headquarters at 800/704-0051; fax 734/677-2407; e-mail to Email Contact.
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