Showcasing alternative transportation technologies -
a pathway to energy independence!
Join us in downtown Greensboro for an exciting look at technologies of the future that are on the streets today. You will be able to see the latest in hybrid, electric, and alternative fuel vehicles that are changing the world in which we live.
Greensboro National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey
Saturday, October 20, 2012
9 am to 2 pm
Corner of Battleground Avenue and West Lindsay Street
There's plenty of free parking. Do you already drive an alternative fuel vehicle? Bring it with you and enjoy preferred parking right next to the action.
There will be a poster competition open to all elementary and middle schoolers. Topic: "My Future Transportation." Prizes!! Details here.
While you're there, take the opportunity to have your car checked for safety and efficiency. In coordination with the Independent Garage Owners of North Carolina, students from the Dudley High School Advanced Alternative Vehicle Technology Program will check your car over. Check Engine light on? We'll put it on the computer and tell you why. It only takes two minutes. No reservation necessary. Just pull into the parking lot at the corner of W. Lindsay and Battleground from the Lindsay Street entrance between 10:00 and 1:00.
Odyssey comprises numerous green transportation related events coordinated and hosted by NAFTC members, Clean Cities Coalitions, and others who believe in cleaner, more energy efficient forms of transportation. Each local event site offers unique activities designed to educate attendees about cleaner transportation technologies and is tailored to the specific needs of the site's given audience.
More than 150 sites across the United States will join together the week of October 18th, 2012 to promote these technologies. Be part of the biggest one-day alternative fuel and advanced technology educational event and learn how they can make a difference in your life. To see a complete list of Odyssey 2012 event sites, visit the National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey website.
The Greensboro Odyssey 2012 is made possible through the efforts of Sponsors of the Guilford
County Schools Advance Alternative Vehicle Technology Program, and the Triad Electric Vehicle Association (TEVA).