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Newcastle SOUP is a version of the innovative model of the same name imported from Detroit, which sees people gather over a bowl of broth and listen to pitches from entrepreneurs and charities with ideas to benefit their communities.
Between then and now there was the Chrysler 200, a car which arguably reset the bar for a midsize car coming out of southeastern Michigan (as the 200 is actually produced in Sterling Heights, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit, the "Imported from Detroit" line could be accurately used for that vehicle; the 300 is built at a plant in Brampton, Ontario, along with platform mates the Dodge Charger and Challenger).
We all benefited when Wieden + Kennedy and Chrysler pulled off "Imported From Detroit." There were no dogs, babies, punch-in-the-balls jokes.
Imported from Detroit, a redefined view of the contribution of a
With the tagline "Imported from Detroit," it's a narrative most notably played out in a 2011 Super Bowl ad starring Eminem.
The trip will take place in an 'Imported from Detroit' Chrysler 200S, made in Sterling Heights, MI.
By combining a world-class interior, best-in-class horsepower, spirited driving dynamics and class-exclusive one-touch Stow `n Go[R] seating, Town & Country embodies the Imported from Detroit ethos - offering style, comfort, and performance - for up to seven passengers.”
They're 3-0 for the first time since 1980 as they meet the Cowboys today in Dallas in a game that will receive a decent amount of national exposure due to the increasingly popular Imported from Detroit crew.
Eminem asked the judges to cease the order issued to the car giant as the two parties had reached a consensus, but the terms of agreement have not been disclosed with it being understood that Audi bosses have vowed to donate to the Imported from Detroit charity.
The "Imported from Detroit" line Chrysler unveiled is simply brilliant.
Initially major parts were imported from Detroit and local suppliers provided the bodies.
(Another "Imported from Detroit" cue: there is a center-mounted rotary e-shift for the nine-speed transmission instead of the conventional console shifter.