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Rolling out participated in the ultimate summer road trip and was given a 2019 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid, the first-ever hybrid minivan that offers significant fuel efficiency, to test drive out on the open road. It was an ambitious undertaking. My buddy Haussan Jason and I started our weeklong journey in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and headed…

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Forget everything you remember about minivans because Chrysler’s bringing sexy back with the all-new eco-friendly 2018 Pacifica Hybrid. Soccer moms, dads, nannies and empty-nesters are drooling over the new Chrysler’s Pacifica — and that’s not just baby talk. The Chrysler Pacifica was originally released as a mid-size crossover in 2003. Nearly four years later, the…

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The fifth annual Multicultural Media Luncheon, created and produced by Cheryl Parks Ajamu of The Ajamu Group LLC, recently honored diverse ethnic groups for their global impact in the automotive industry. Held in an intimate setting during the North American International Auto Show Press Week activities in Detroit, the event draws an audience consisting of automotive…

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Music producer Inferno, aka Marshaun Dunigan, CEO of the The Administration Production Team, may be by far one of the most personable players on Detroit’s multi-layered music scene. And in an industry where so many complain about  the cut throat nature of the industry, that speaks volumes. Inferno skillfully maintains a balance between outright enthusiasm…

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More than 800,000 cars and SUVs were stolen in the United States in 2009, the most recent year for which the Federal Bureau of Investigation provides statistics. That represents a loss of $5.2 billion nationwide. The Toyota Camry was stolen more than any other car, possibly because they had more cars to be stolen, says the…

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A sea of African American automotive executives poured into the COBO Riverview Ballroom for the DRIVEN gala during the Detroit auto show to pay homage and celebrate the frequently mind-blowing, if often overlooked, contributions of African Americans to the auto industry. Real Times Media CEO Hiram Jackson, the brainchild behind the 2nd annual “DRIVEN: A…

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Make no mistake about it: the cars are the stars. This is true whether you are on the road or if you attend the world’s largest and most prestigious car exhibition, the North American International Auto Show, in Detroit every January. Often overlooked or lost in the public’s fascination with these aerodynamic wonder on wheels,…

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Ronald Hall Sr. enjoys an especially rich and storied history in Detroit’s minority business space.  The business and civic leader is president and CEO of Bridgewater Interiors, an auto seating supply company which he  established in 1998. The company currently has four locations nationwide, servicing General Motors, Ford, Chrysler and Honda auto manufacturers. But of…

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