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Extensive statistics, facts and figures on sales and marketing achievements by Cadillac at the Detroit Auto Show, also known as the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Very detailed stream of facts and figures from Cadillac Press Conference at Detroit Auto Show, also known as the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Includes announcement of Cadillac's entry into motorsports and their partnership with Ritz-Carlton to develop in-dealership customer experience processes...

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SEO Tags: 2011, Cadillac, Detroit Auto Show, NAIAS
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Location: Detroit, MI (Show Map)


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