(WXYZ) - Our Dream Cruise trolley will be packed and ready to hit Woodward Avenue Saturday for this year's Dream Cruise.
We were able to arrange a unique offer for a very limited number of our Twitter followers who signed up for the trolley tickets.
The seats filled up super fast!
You'll be able to snap amazing photos and be in the middle of the action right along with us.
We'll be asking everyone that joins us to bring their smart phone and be prepared to tweet a ton of great photos using the hashtag #7cruises as our trolley goes up and down Woodward Avenue.
You will be a key part of what users see on WXYZ.com and what television viewers see on Channel 7.
The trolley will leave from a location in downtown Royal Oak - promptly - at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday night.
If you reserved a ticket, you can expect to hear from us directly this week with more details and specific information about where to meet and park.
Visit www.wxyz.com/dreamcruise for complete coverage of this year's event.
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