Posted by: Mark Polk | 2:34 pm

GM invites Polk to North American International Auto Show (NAIAS)


2014 Chevy Silverado © General Motors

2014 Chevy Silverado © General Motors

The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) media days are 14-16 January 2013. This is where the global automotive community comes together to catch up on the latest news and events, and where some of the automotive world’s most eagerly anticipated new vehicles and latest automotive products and services debut.

General Motors invited Mark Polk to attend the NAIAS Media Days. Brad Lowery, part of the General Motors Corporate Social Media team wrote “We would love to have the opportunity to bring you to NAIAS during Media Days as our guest, as we feel you have an interest in what we are trying to do. I thought of you as it would be a good opportunity to get you up close and personal with the new GM trucks, and see the other great GM vehicles.”

 In addition to many other vehicles premiering at the show, General Motors will have their all-new 2014 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra on display. With a revised frame, all new engines, all new interior and all new sheetmetal GM is excited to show off its 2014 truck lineup.

 Polk will not only have the opportunity to take an in-depth look at the all-new GM trucks, there are meet-and-greets, and interview opportunities with the GM truck team as well. “I am very excited to attend the show. I am a big advocate when it comes to towing safety and trucks play a critical role in all things towing. I have questions and concerns about what direction the future of trucks and tow vehicles is heading as it pertains to Recreation Vehicles. With the requirement to meet stringent federal fuel economy standards over the next decade I have concerns about performance, load capacity and towing capabilities. This show is a great venue to address all of these questions and concerns and I can provide feedback to the RV consumer.”   

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