National Drive Electric Week Event - Tampa Bay
|Day:||Saturday, September 28, 2013 NOTE: this event has already happened, find current-year events on the events page.|
|Time:||11am - 4pm|
Pavillion located North of Sweet Bay Super Market at site of future Temple Terrace Downtown
8799 N. 56th St.
Temple Terrace, FL 33617
The Mayor of Temple Terrace, Frank Chillura, and members of the Temple Terrace City Council opened the Event by issuing a proclamation making Sept. 28th "Temple Terrace National Plug In Day".
Representatives from several organizations promoting sustainable living in the Tampa Bay region also spoke including Steve Reiche representing the Tampa Bay Clean Cities Coalition and the University of South Florida Patel College for Global Sustainability with Britten Cleveland representing the Sierra Club.
The Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission and the Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Commission set up displays informing attendees of the various ways they could live more sustainably including using public transportation more frequently and supporting the efforts for a major expansion of our transit system in the Tampa Bay region.
The event is 11AM to 4PM at the South East corner of the intersection of 56th St. and Busch Blvd/Bullard Prkwy
Thanks to all for a wonderful EVent this year!
Lots of display EVs
A growing attendance each year
A broad range of participants in our ECO Fair
All in all,
A GREAT DAY FOR OUR EVENT!
(Please send me a link to any pictures you took at our EVent to share with Sierra Club National and other relevant sites)
There are currently 40 attendees registered.
Expected Plug-In Vehicles
|Tesla Model S||4|
Registered attendees report electric miles driven.
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