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Northwood University Announces Chair and Vice Chair of the 2011 Annual Auto Show

The upcoming year’s displays will consist of 500 new domestic and imported cars, trucks, recreational vehicles, vans, experimental and specialty vehicles, plus an extensive aftermarket exhibit.

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Joseph Lescota, chair of the Automotive Marketing department at Northwood University, has announced the selection of Joshua Struck for general chair of the 2011 Northwood University International Auto Show (NUIAS) and Greg Squire for vice chair. Northwood University students will host the 48th annual NUIAS Sept. 30 through Oct. 2. The Auto Show is held on the Michigan Campus of Northwood University located at 4000 Whiting Drive in Midland. This year’s theme is “The Road to Innovation.”
 
Joshua Struck brings three solid years of Auto Show experience to the General Chair position including his role on the 2010 executive board team as Specialty and Heavy Truck Chair. Josh is the son of Charles and Dawn Struck, who reside in Oakley, Mich. He is a member of Christ Lutheran Church in Oakley and a graduate of Michigan Lutheran Seminary of Saginaw, where he was involved in several sports and other extracurricular activities. He has been an active member of the Brady Community 4-H Club. Josh is currently a senior at Northwood University pursuing a triple major in Banking and Finance, Economics and Management with a minor in Accounting. At Northwood, he is also involved in the Finance Association, History Club and various intramural sports. Upon graduation, he plans on pursuing a career in finance or management.
 
Greg Squire is the son of Larry and Cindy Squire of Janesville, Wis. He graduated from Joseph A. Craig High School, where he was involved with the golf team and DECA among other activities. Greg is currently a junior at Northwood University studying Automotive Marketing.  At Northwood, Greg is involved with Phi Delta Theta fraternity and the Interfraternity Council. His previous Auto Show experience includes 2009 team Mini and 2010 captain of team Subaru. As a member of team Mini, Greg won the Best Vehicle Walk Around. After graduation, he is planning on working in a dealership and working his way up to general manager.

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The Vice Chair is picked by the General Chair through an interview process. Josh states, “Greg is a confident individual who is very dedicated to making the show the best it can be. He came into his interview excited and prepared with a long list of great ideas on how to improve the show.”

The students who run the show say they are excited to educate the public about current and future vehicles offered by automotive manufacturers.

Josh states, “We hope to build off the success of last year’s show to make this year’s show even more enjoyable. Everyone has put a lot of work into the Auto Show and we all are looking forward to seeing how everything will come together.”

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The upcoming year’s displays will consist of 500 new domestic and imported cars, trucks, recreational vehicles, vans, experimental and specialty vehicles, plus an extensive aftermarket exhibit.


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