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Forbes Automotive Reporters Forecast Industry Trends for 2004

Automotive industry reporters from Forbes magazine will discuss the industry outlook and trends for 2004 with automotive public relations professionals on Wednesday, Jan. 28 at Dana Corp. headquarters in Farmington Hills, Mich. Presented by the Automotive Public Relations Council (APRC), the panel discussion will be moderated by Gary Corrigan, vice president of Dana corporate communications and chairman of APRC, and will feature Jonathan Fahey and Joann Muller of Forbes. Forbes is one of the country's leading business magazines, reaching 4.4 million readers.

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — Automotive industry reporters from Forbes magazine will discuss the industry outlook and trends for 2004 with automotive public relations professionals on Wednesday, Jan. 28 at Dana Corp. headquarters in Farmington Hills, Mich.

Presented by the Automotive Public Relations Council (APRC), the panel discussion will be moderated by Gary Corrigan, vice president of Dana corporate communications and chairman of APRC, and will feature Jonathan Fahey and Joann Muller of Forbes. Forbes is one of the country’s leading business magazines, reaching 4.4 million readers.

The event, co-sponsored by the International Association of Business Communicators and the Public Relations Society of America, begins at 7:30 a.m. with registration and continental breakfast, with the discussion slated to begin at 8 a.m. The panel will field questions from the audience as part of the discussion.

Advance registration is $20 per person for members of APRC, PRSA Detroit and IABC Detroit members, and $25 at the door. Nonmembers can attend for $25 in advance, or $30 at the door.

More information about the event and APRC is available by contacting Jobie Dowd at [email protected] or 919-549-4800, ext. 872.

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