NEW HAMPSHIRE CELEBRATES 3rd ANNUAL
NATIONAL DRIVE ELECTRIC WEEK
Electric Car Show and Tell in Concord, NH
CONCORD, NH – National Drive Electric Week (formerly National Plug-In Day) is planned for the Granite State on September 20th at City Plaza, Concord (in front of the State House). Event organizers include ConVerdant Vehicles, Granite State Clean Cities, New Hampshire Automobile Dealers Association and New Hampshire Sierra Club. Drive Electric Week organizers, in conjunction with the Electric Auto Association, planned this annual nationwide observance as a means to draw attention to the environmental, economic and other benefits of plug-in electric vehicles (EV) at 130 separate events in 35 states and abroad – breaking records again as the largest celebration to date.
New Hampshire’s 3rd Annual National Drive Electric Week Celebration takes place in front of the State House in Concord from 8-12pm during the Concord Farmer’s Market. Electric cars like Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf, BMW i3 and others will be on display from local dealerships or their owners with charging stations, fliers, electric bicycles, and more. Learn more about electric achievements in New Hampshire and up-coming events. Additional information will be on hand, such as flyers on environmental benefits of electric cars, charging stations and inverters. Open and free to the public.
For more information about National Drive Electric Week, go to driveelectricweek.org.
WHO: Event Organizers, ConVerdant Vehicles, NH Sierra Club, NH Automobile Dealers Association, Plug-In America and Granite State Clean Cities Coalition;
WHAT: Third Annual Drive Electric Week Celebration
WHEN: September 20, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to noon, during the Concord Farmer’s Market
WHERE: Capitol Plaza, in front of the State House, Capitol Street, Downtown Concord, NH
SEE: Electric Cars, bicycles, plug-in charging stations, hand-outs, Segways and more
Spokespeople available upon request for radio and reporter interviews.