2008 North American International Auto Show Announces Winners of the Annual Poster Contest
DETROIT, Jan. 19, 2008 -- The 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) Poster Contest was once again a rousing success. A total of 617 Michigan high school students submitted entries to this year's contest making the judge's decision extremely difficult. The NAIAS congratulates all of the participants for their hard work. The winning posters will be displayed in Michigan Hall during Public Days and can be viewed on www.naias.com.
The 2008 Poster Contest winners are: Award Winner School Grade Chairmen's Award Matthew Meredith Oakland Tech. Southwest 11 State Farm Award May Thao Center Line High School 12 Best Digital Bianca Small Royal Oak High School 12 Best Traditional Mary Eddy Warren Mott High School 12 Best Theme Lisa Zarves Oakland Tech Southwest 11 Best Use of Color Emily Browne William D. Ford Career Tech. 11 Most Creative Ronan Lynam West Ottawa High School North 11 Grade 12, 1st Place Bianca Small Royal Oak High School 12 Grade 12, 2nd Place Max Barth Bay-Arenac ISD Career Center 12 Grade 12, 3rd Place Kermit Knuppenburg Eisenhower High School 12 Grade 11, 1st Place Josh Pattison Eaton Intermediate School District 11 Grade 11, 2nd Place Emily Browne William D. Ford Career Tech. 11 Grade 11, 3rd Place Justin Diop Oakland Tech Southwest 11 Grade 10, 1st Place Jesse English William D. Ford Career Tech. 10 Grade 10, 2nd Place Brittany Flora William D. Ford Career Tech. 10 Grade 10, 3rd Place John Litwinowicz Royal Oak High School 10 NAIAS 2008 Official Dates Public Days will be held Saturday, Jan. 19 through Sunday, Jan. 27. The North American International Auto Show Rod Alberts - Executive Director
Entering its 20th year as an international event, the North American International Auto Show is among the most prestigious auto shows in the world and is one of the largest media events in North America. The NAIAS is the only auto show in the United States to earn an annual distinguished sanction of the Organisation Internationale des Constructeurs d'Automobiles, the Paris-based alliance of automotive trade associations and manufacturers from around the world. The NAIAS Web site can be accessed at naias.com. Don't Miss It for the World!