Thursday, June 11, 2009

EV Day Portland 2009

One week after the 4th of July, you can see cars that are liberated from the gas pump!

The Oregon Electric Vehicles Association (OEVA) is holding EV Awareness Day at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland Oregon on July 11th.

There will be Plug-in Hybrids, electric conversions, factory electrics, freeway speed and neighborhood electric vehicles. If you are curious about plug-in transportation, or been thinking about doing a conversion and would like to talk to several people that have done it, this is your chance.

The event runs from 9:30 AM till 4 PM.

How fast can EVs go? Are EVs eco-friendly? Do they promote coal plant pollution? What happens to the batteries? How far can an EV go? ??? All these are great questions that you can get answers to at the event.

If you know of a company or group that would be interested in attending or sponsoring this event, contact the EV Awareness Day Chair, Patrick Connor here.

Sponsorship levels are shown below, and include an annual membership to OEVA and an exhibit space.
  • Platinum $1,000
  • Gold $500
  • Silver $250
  • Bronze $100
  • Affiliate/membership $50
The Platinum Sponsor (or highest level sponsor) will be listed on signage at the event with your logo. We are also accepting donations and sponsorships, even if you don't want to exhibit at the event. If you know anyone else that may be interested, please pass this along to them.

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