Students Invited to Take DENSO Green Ways Challenge on Jan. 23 Only


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                      Automotive Education Day 2008

  WHO:        DENSO, leading global supplier of advanced automotive
              technology, systems and components, invites high school
              students to visit the DENSO exhibit on NAIAS Automotive
              Education Day, Jan. 23.

  WHAT:       A five-question environmental quiz to find out what has DENSO
              seeing green. All participants will win a prize, while
              supplies last.

  WHEN:       Wednesday, Jan. 23 only.

  WHERE:      DENSO exhibit in Michigan Hall (lower level), Cobo Center,
              Detroit, Mich.

  HOW:        The game: finding answers about DENSO's environmentally
              friendly products throughout the exhibit.

  WHY:        DENSO wants to help educate students on how the company is
              working to help reduce the impact of automobiles on the
              environment, through product innovations, manufacturing
              processes and environmental education.

  PLUS:       DENSO-sponsored student vehicle projects:
              * Lawrence Technological University Formula SAE race car;
              * University of Michigan Solar Car, which won the world's
                longest solar car race in 2005, and
              * Michigan Technological University Clean Snowmobile,

  
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