2015 Michigan Auto Heritage Day
On Nov. 10, 2015, the MotorCities National Heritage Area will once again gather with members of the Michigan House of Representatives and Senate in Lansing to celebrate Michigan Auto Heritage Day!
This will mark the second annual Auto Heritage day event. In 2014, the inaugural Auto Heritage Day was recognized by Gov. Rick Snyder in an official proclamation and by the state Legislature.
Once again, MotorCities will be honoring outstanding individuals and/or projects whom have contributed to preservation, education or tourism as it relates to the auto and labor story with our National Heritage Area Awards of Excellence.
Michigan Auto Heritage Day is an annual opportunity to recognize the significance of the auto and labor story which has shaped this region, the country and even the world.
Michigan Legislative Automotive Caucus members present Senate resolution to MotorCities National Heritage Area Board Chair, Debra Locke-Daniel
(L to R) Shawn Pomaville, Managing Director of MotorCities National Heritage Area; Charles T. Pryde, Manager, Governmental Affairs Staff of Ford Motor Company; Amy Farmer, Plant Manager, Flint Assembly and the Flint Metal Center; Brian Glowiak, Vice President of The Chrysler Foundation at Chrysler LLC; Debra Locke-Daniel, Chair of MotorCities National Heritage Area Board of Directors.