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A white Chevrolet Traverse will be placed on a hoist on Saturday, March 30, 2019, to be displayed by General Motors at Comerica Park, Detroit, replacing the controversial red blazer in front of the crossbar. (Photo: Randy Essex / Detroit Free Press)

In a discrete move on Saturday, General Motors quietly lowered his new red Chevrolet Blazer from 2019 from its place in the center of Comerica Park and replaced it with one in the USA manufactured Chevrolet Traverse SUV in white.

Some UAW workers had taken the blazer as an insult to them as GM builds the SUV in Mexico. The truss is being built at GM's Lansing Delta Township plant in Lansing.

"It's very uncomfortable for people," said a UAW employee at a GM plant in Detroit. He asked not to use his name because he was not authorized to speak for the UAW. "We did trips to Tigers games, I do not know if that's going to change or not, depending on whether the product is on the brand, we're very proud."

GM has been putting its cars on the Chevrolet Fountain for 10 years. However, the election of a foreign-built building has been worrying for union members as the union negotiates a new contract and refuses to prevent GM from closing four US factories.

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On March 26, GM raised a red 2019 Chevy Blazer SUV and a silver Chevy Silverado 1500 pickup from 2019 on the Chevrolet Well, representing the final years of the Colorado ZR2 and the traverse Replacing SUVs Detroit was lowered onto the road on Saturday, March 31, 2019 and replaced on display. The blazer, due to be assembled in Mexico, sparked controversy after GM had idled five North American factories. "width =" 180 "data-mycapture-src =" https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/03/30/PDTF/f0f53da5-a76f-449a-a389-7cbf2d43abee-Blazer_comes_down.jpg "data -mycapture-sm-src = "https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2019/03/30/PDTF/f0f53da5-a76f-449a-a389-7cbf2d43abee-Blazer_comes_down.jpg?width=341&height=400" /> Buy Photo

A Chevrolet Blazer deployed at this year's General Motors Fountain Display at Detroit's Comerica Park was lowered onto the road on Saturday, March 31, 2019 and replaced on the display to mount in Mexico has sparked controversy after GM had idled five North American factories. (Photo: Randy Essex / Detroit Free Press)