DETROIT (AP) -- The North American International Auto Show in Detroit continues to surpass last year's daily public attendance.
More than 250,000 people have attended the event over its first three public days at Cobo Center downtown.
Saturday's attendance reached 86,622. An additional 99,111 people filed through Sunday and 64,520 Monday. Each of those figures is higher than the same days for the 2010 show.
A spokesman says the show is on pace to reach its goal of 750,000 people through Sunday.
Attendance last year was about 715,000. That was a jump of about 65,000 people over 2009.
The annual event features the latest models and concept vehicles and draws visitors from around the world.
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