The Detroit News Offers Buy One Get One Auto Show Tickets
DETROIT, Jan. 18 /PRNewswire/ — Beginning Tuesday, January 19 and running through Thursday, January 21 The Detroit News is offering tickets to the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) at a buy one get one free rate.
“We’re happy to help our readers in this tough economy,” said Jon Wolman, Editor and Publisher of The Detroit News. “The Auto Show is a positive way to bring the community together and to support the local auto industry.”
Coupons will only run in the print edition of The Detroit News and are valid January 19-21 for general admission only. They can be redeemed at the NAIAS box office.
Detroit Media Partnership, L.P. manages the business functions of the Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News. As the largest newspapers in Michigan, with two of the most visited Web sites in the market, the Free Press and The News combine to reach a weekly audience of 1.9 million people; 50% of adults in this market see our products.* Detroit Media Partnership is also the advertising sales agent for the following suburban Detroit publications: Observer & Eccentric and Mirror Newspapers, Novi News, Milford Times, Northville Record, South Lyon Herald and Livingston County Daily Press & Argus. Gannett Co., Inc., owner of the Free Press, is the general partner in DMP; MediaNews Group, owner of The News, is the limited partner.
*SOURCE: 2009 Scarborough Report — August 2009 — July 2008 — Detroit DMA
SOURCE Detroit Media Partnership