2018 MAIN Event 20

The eighth annual Main Event 20 was held at the Max M. Fisher Music Center in Midtown on Jan. 14 as a celebration of design to ring in the North American International Auto Show. Students from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield displayed their designs for the future of mobility, and over 600 guests enjoyed a strolling dinner, beverages, live entertainment, and a fashion show.


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