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 The Holiday Extravaganza Parade, taking place Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., will now take place at the M1 Concourse to verify the Grinch doesn’t have access to the long awaited, annual event.

 The M1 Concourse is offering its track for the special Holiday Extravaganza Winter Wonderland Drive-Thru Event. Jordan Zlotoff, CEO of M1 Concourse was involved in the decision to host Holiday Extravaganza.

 “We are excited to be able to host the 2020 Pontiac Holiday Extravaganza Parade at M1 Concourse,” Zlotoff said. “We know how important this annual tradition is to the community of Pontiac. Given our unique venue space, we are glad to be able to host this incredible event in a safe and responsible way that also allows community members to enjoy the parade festivities.”

 Partner communities of Auburn Hills, Pontiac, Waterford and White Lake strive to keep this event full of the expected magic, but in a safe way. 

 Tom Kimble is Chairman for the Greater Pontiac Host Committee, presenters of Holiday Extravaganza. He said, “We are very grateful to the M1 team for providing families the ability to see the extravagance of the total parade, while staying warm and safe in their cars as they drive through the beautiful track.”

 A unique Holiday Extravaganza Village will be assembled using professional parade floats, balloons, costume

characters and a special social distanced interaction with Santa and reindeer. 

 Visitors will be able to enjoy their favorite parts of a regular parade from the comfort of their own car.

 For updates and additional information about this event, please connect with Holiday Extravaganza on Facebook and Instagram using @HolidayExtravaganza, or visit our blog at HolidayExtravaganza.org

 Holiday Extravaganza is a parade and festival that takes place on the first Saturday of December each year providing free family fun, food, crafts and live animals. Their mission is to bring together the Oakland County cities and townships of Auburn Hills, Pontiac, Waterford and White Lake for a day of fun.

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