The Lighter side of the NAIAS
Published: January 18, 2012
These regular guys from unexotic locales like Warren and Hazel Park and Detroit wandered the aisles as they looked at the models, looked at the cars and looked happier than they have in the past few years, because all the glitz and glamour and the drunk CEOs mean things are looking up and they might just keep their jobs this year.
They weren't the only ones feeling out of place, though. Two young Detroit cops walked down the aisle, dressed in black uniforms, and took it all in while they offered a sense of security with their presence. At one point, one of them turned to the other and summed up the essence of press days as well as anyone has.
"Too many suits," he said.
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