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“Made in the USA” sells these days, but “Made in Detroit” may sell even better.

The Luxury Cachet of… Detroit?

“Made in the USA” sells these days, but “Made in Detroit” may sell even better.

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“Made in the USA” sells these days, but “Made in Detroit” may sell even better.

The Luxury Cachet of… Detroit?

“Made in the USA” sells these days, but “Made in Detroit” may sell even better.

from To the Point

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