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From Autoextremist.com:

Los Angeles Auto Show Organizers. Common sense reigns in the big-time auto show world - at least for now. Los Angeles Auto Show organizers have decided to move their show to November, in order to avoid the annual clash with the Detroit Auto Show (formerly known as the North American International Auto Show). This is a great move, as the timing of the L.A. show was disastrous for all the people involved in staging it, not to mention the international media who were forced to spend the end of the year in L.A., before moving on to Detroit. The manufacturers complained bitterly for years about it, as they couldn't possibly accomplish what they wanted to in the all-important L.A. market, with the more crucial Detroit show just one week away. The first new date L.A. show will be in November 2006, with media days on the 29th and 30th, the week after Thanksgiving. Each November L.A. auto show will be dated for the following year, thus the November 2006 show will be the 2007 Los Angles Auto Show. There will actually be two L.A. auto shows in 2006 - the "old-school" date in January will be retained one last time, before the new show date begins the following November.


Finally they wise up!
 

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I am very happy to hear that. Working a booth during Dec/January, specially over new year's is not good and then the show suffers because of competition with Detroit.

Now I hope it does not interfere with SEMA in November!
 

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shay2nak said:
good news! thanks! how come this will start 2006 and not next year?
Because the world will end in 2005. ;)
 
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