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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Sep 23: National Plug-in day

From: "David Hrivnak" <>
Date: September 17, 2012 9:58:59 PM EDT
National Plug-in day

Hi Jeff could you please share with your readers if you feel appropriate?

Sunday Sept 23 will be an electrifying day across America as thousands of electric and plug-in electric cars will be celebrated in over 60 cities from L.A. to New York.  Kingsport is part of the action as we will meet at Rush Street (1229 East Stone Drive) from 2-4 Sunday afternoon.  Rush Street is Kingsport's newest public charging station.  We will have several Nissan Leafs and Chevrolet Volts, along with a Tesla Roadster and a converted Miata.  We will have both owners on hand to answer any questions and dealer cars for test rides.  Come learn how you can easily save 80% on your "fuel" costs while at the same time cutting your pollution in half.

Thank you very much.

David J.  Hrivnak
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