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National Drive Electric Week Event:  September 16, 2017 - 12 pm to 8:00 pm
3130 Walton Road - Plymouth Meeting 19462



Free Event - Register to attend  https://driveelectricweek.org/event.php?eventid=1096

Gear up now for
National Drive Electric Week 2017

National Drive Electric Week, September 16, 2017, is a our regional celebration to heighten awareness of today's widespread availability of plug-in vehicles and highlight the benefits of all-electric and plug-in hybrid-electric cars, trucks, motorcycles, and more.
 


Music & Electric GoCars..
Live original songs from area artists.

EVs are fun to drive, are less expensive and more convenient to fuel than gasoline vehicles, are better for the environment, promote local jobs, and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Are you considering going electric? Come talk to owners who have successfully done so.
Bring your EV and get a chance to win a free EV charge station.

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Well being for the individual is well

 being for the community is well being for the country is well being for the planet.
 

Sustainable Music Production, Distribution and Performance.

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THRIVE STATION
is sustainable music and energy network working together to produce thousands of sustainable local music and community renewable energy projects nationally.

Partnering with companies like Rowan Energy Integration help us understand new and emerging technologies so that we can continue to develop our programs in ways that will benefit the public and the environment.

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Tips to Make Your Concert Experience Eco-Friendly

  • Carpool to the show, or use public transportation! Fan travel accounts for the largest portion of any tour’s carbon footprint. You can cut down on your CO2 emissions and save fuel by carpooling, and with online sources like Zimride it’s easy to find a ride to the show.

  • Cut down on plastic bottle waste by using a reusable bottle. At Thrive Station shows, you can fill your water bottle up with free water at Hydration Stations.

  • Support non-profit organizations like www.GRPF.org

  • Go local and organic; opt for snacks from Farmer’s Market! They’re healthier for you and the environment, and support the local economy too.

 

Well being for the individual is well being for the community is well being for the country is well being for the planet.

Sustainable Music Production, Distribution and Performance.

Free Info Join Our List Now
ation
THRIVE STATION is sustainable music and energy network working together to produce thousands of sustainable local music and community renewable energy projects nationally.

Partnering with companies like Rowan Energy Integration help us understand new and emerging technologies so that we can continue to develop our programs in ways that will benefit the public and the environment.

Join Our Concert List

Tips to Make Your Concert Experience Eco-Friendly

  • Carpool to the show, or use public transportation! Fan travel accounts for the largest portion of any tour’s carbon footprint. You can cut down on your CO2 emissions and save fuel by carpooling, and with online sources like Zimride it’s easy to find a ride to the show.

  • Cut down on plastic bottle waste by using a reusable bottle. At Thrive Station shows, you can fill your water bottle up with free water at Hydration Stations.

  • Support non-profit organizations like www.GRPF.org

  • Go local and organic; opt for snacks from Farmer’s Market! They’re healthier for you and the environment, and support the local economy too.

 


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