Posted: Mon Oct 24, 2011 3:14 am Post subject: EV Fest Announces EV Vest 2011 Electric Vehicle Show
EV Fest today announced its official Fall show date of October 23, 2011 at Holcim Gallery, Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave., Toronto, ON from 10AM until 5PM.
Toronto, ON, October 24, 2011 -- Fall 2011 marks the third EV Fest, a show devoted to Electric Vehicles, Hybrids, Plug-in Hybrids, eBikes, Electric Scooters, Trikes, EV components and supplies, and now Waste Vegetable Oil Bio-Diesel Conversions. As EV Fest 2011 offers an unprecedented display from 4 OEMs, 3 Corporate Exhibitors, 2 Private supply chain businesses and 14 ancillary businesses and 14 personal vehicles, its mandate is to become the largest show of its kind in Canada.
“Let’s face it, gas prices continue to rise and more and more people are becoming frustrated by depending on foreign, often unstable, sources for our oil. All kinds of people visit the show to see how they can benefit from an Electric Vehicle (EV) in their life,” explains EV Fest creator, Robert Weekley. “We’re addressing the public’s openness, receptivity and thirst for knowledge.”
“EV Fest represents a natural partnership of all the EV-type vehicles currently available and a step in the right direction for some of the OEMs to show off their wares to an eager and receptive public,” concludes Weekley. “Our organizations’ goals and values are aligned - we both strive to promote the best of what’s out there to our visitors.”
About EV Fest
The first Spring Electric Vehicle Show was called "EV Show & Shine BBQ" and was released on April 10, 2010. It was a great success considering in view of just five weeks planning. Results were studied and the decision was made to produce another Electric Vehicle show. A name change and a new website later, the first official ‘EV Fest’ was set for mid-Oct 2010 and with that event’s success, www.evfest.ca was a proven defining brand.
About Evergreen Brick Works
Since 1991 Evergreen Brick Works has been engaging Canadians in creating and sustaining dynamic outdoor spaces—in schools, communities and homes. By deepening the connection between people and nature, and empowering Canadians to take a hands-on approach to their urban environments, Evergreen is improving the health of our cities—now and for the future.
EV Fest is proud to promote Canadian innovation in Electric Vehicles nationally and to the world.
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