I know this has been an emotional issue and a controversial issue. But it's real simple: We don't have the money to do this on our own. This thing is a go, and it's something they should be happy about. It's going to allow us to re-position Cobo to make it competitive, to secure the (North American International) Auto Show and attract other kinds of convention business.With this potential roadblock out of the way, it now seems likely that the North American International Auto Show will indeed stay in the Detroit – assuming, of course, that the world's collection of automakers is willing to continue making the annual trek to the Motor City in January.
[Source: Detroit News]