The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) today announced the lineup of vehicles that will grace The Gallery at MGM Grand Detroit, the first of several official NAIAS events to be held in Detroit over a jam-packed two weeks.
“There’s not a collection of vehicles like this in one room anywhere else in the world,” said a beaming Scott LaRiche, chairman, NAIAS 2015. “This is an event unlike any other.”
And, though few in number, LaRiche said tickets are still available to Detroit’s most exclusive car event featuring more than $7 million worth of the industry’s most iconic, exotic and luxury vehicles.
The eighth annual edition of The Gallery at MGM Grand Detroit will be held Sat., Jan. 10, beginning with a private dinner at 7 pm. A portion of the proceeds from the evening will benefit Henry Ford Hospital (HFH), Fundraising Partner of The Gallery. LaRiche said funds will be generated through the sale of only 300 tickets at $1,000 per ticket. HFH, Detroit’s premier medical institution, has been a critical part of the community for generations, and will celebrate its centennial in 2015.
The Gallery, which in previous years has generated over $10 million in vehicle sales, will feature inspired meals prepared by celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck and served at Ignite, MGM Grand-Detroit’s posh sushi bar and lounge. Guests will also be treated to an exclusive runway fashion show featuring striking attire for women and men provided by Neiman Marcus.
The event will be held from 7-11 pm, with dinner from 7-8:30 pm. The Car Salon opens at 8:30 pm. Attire is evening chic. MGM Grand Detroit is located at 1777 Third St., Detroit, MI, 48226.