(WXYZ) - Now it's your turn to take in the North American International Auto Show!
After a week devoted to journalists and auto industry insiders, the show is now open to the public and we want to know what's catching your eye!
So, if you're heading downtown to the Auto Show make sure to snap pictures of your favorite cars and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll use them in a gallery online and possibly on-air!
If you're on Twitter, be sure to join in our online conversation about the show using the hashtag #7autoshow. That way our social media friends can tip you off to some of the exciting things that are going on that you may have missed!
YOU CAN ALSO SUBMIT YOUR PICS, OR VIEW PHOTOS FROM LAST WEEKS MEDIA PREVIEWS AND THE CHARITY GALA HERE: http://bit.ly/XkUtzG
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