DETROIT (FOX 2) - About 10,000 people attended the North American International Auto Show's black tie charity preview Friday.
Aside from the glitz and glamour, the event raised close to $5 million for southeastern Michigan children's charities.
It is the frozen farewell for the auto show, which is taking place for the last time in January before moving to June for 2020. Watch the video above for more on the evening, while FOX 2 partnered with the Michigan Humane Society and Subaru which has a pet adoption area. CLICK HERE for more.
The auto show opens to the public Saturday, CLICK HERE for details.
For a look at the history of the auto show from the FOX 2 vault, WATCH IT HERE.