Mitsubishi Plans 2 World Debuts at the 2007 North American International Auto Show Produced by Martin Brinkerhoff Associates, Inc.

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This year MBA will be staging 2 World debuts for Mitsubishi - the all-new 2008 Lancer and the exhilarating Prototype X, which will introduce the world to a possible future direction for Mitsubishi's renowned Lancer Evolution. Both vehicles will play major role the in Mitsubishi's evolving brand in the US.

As in years past, Martin Brinkerhoff Associates Inc. (MBA), a leader in the production of live multi-media corporate events, will once again produce the Press Event for Mitsubishi Motors at the 2007 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. MBA is responsible for all media production elements and staging for the event, which is scheduled at 1:55pm on January 8.

This year MBA will be staging 2 World debuts for Mitsubishi - the all-new 2008 Lancer and the exhilarating Prototype X, which will introduce the world to a possible future direction for Mitsubishi's renowned Lancer Evolution. Both vehicles will play major role the in Mitsubishi's evolving brand in the US.

NAIAS, is the premier international auto show held in the U.S., drawing more than 6,000 journalist from around the world. This will be the sixth NAIAS Press Event that Mitsubishi has called on MBA to produce. In all MBA has produced more than 30 Press Events for Mitsubishi Motors throughout North America.

Martin Brinkerhoff Associates, Inc., produces live multi-media corporate events for a diverse range of industries, including automotive, high-tech and entertainment. Founded in 1981 and based in Irvine, CA, the firm specializes in turnkey event solutions that incorporate the latest innovative production design and staging technologies to create impactful, never-before-seen presentations. For more information, visit MBA's website at http://www.mbaproductions.com, and contact Kelly Fallucca: 949.660.9396.

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