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The 29th Annual Canada-US Dinner is set to occur on Monday March 6, 2017 at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, Michigan.
APMA and OESA are pleased to produce this annual event in cooperation with the Consul General of Canada, Detroit. The keynote speaker at this event will be Hau Thai-Tang, Group Vice President of Global Purchasing, Ford Motor Company. Join the event as Thai-Tang shares his unique perspective on the future of the automotive industry and the role Ford will play as a mobility company.
This event attracts hundreds of high-level automotive industry executives from Canada and the United States. Partnership opportunities (PDF) are available for sale through APMA ($ Cdn) or OESA ($ US) and include mention in event promotions, logos on websites, on-site signage and one full table for dinner seating. Individual tickets and a limited number of corporate tables of eight are also available for purchase directly through OESA ($US).
A special block of hotel rooms has been set aside for guests of Canada/US Dinner at the nearby Dearborn Inn. The rate is $144 a night. Please book your hotel accommodations, CLICK HERE.
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