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Time-Lapse Video Shows Months of Detroit Auto Show Setup in Under Two Minutes [VIDEO]

It takes workers months to transform Detroit’s Cobo Center into the vehicle showplace we know as the North American International Auto Show. This video will give you a quick behind-the-scenes look at all the work done to make this high-tech event happen.

This time-lapse video shrinks the hard work done by the men and women of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 58, and the National Electrical Contractors Association of Southeaster Michigan down to less than two minutes.

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