Green Fleet Conference Attendee & Expo Counts Up Over Last Year
With a 70-percent increase in registrations so far, the 2013 Green Fleet Conference & Expo is poised for big strides. Catered to fleets, the conference focuses on cutting fuel costs, reducing fleet emissions and funding strategies for green projects, as well as how to cost-effectively implement alternative technologies like CNG, propane, electric, and biofuels.
Attendees are expected to pack the sessions and show floor at the 2013 Green Fleet Conference & Expo. With registration so far up by 70 percent compared to the same time last year — and as the nation’s largest, most influential gathering of fleet management professionals — the two-day event will provide attendees countless networking opportunities.
Along with the record number of attendees so far, the exhibitor and sponsorship count is up by 64 percent. The 70,000 sq.-ft. exhibit hall offers a mix of vendors, from OEMs and fleet management companies to alternative-fuel conversion and fueling companies. The conference also holds partnerships with organizations such as Clean Cities, Municipal Equipment Maintenance Association (MEMA), and Propane Education and Research Council (PERC).
Green Fleet Conference & Expo, which is Oct. 1-2, 2013 at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Ariz, highlights all the latest technologies and provides workshops and seminars for fleet management professionals who want to learn about how to reduce their petroleum use. Whether they manage a light- to heavy-duty fleet, attendees will acquire the tools they need to further their green fleet initiatives.
Register by Sept. 6 to save $100 on your Full Conference Pass.
You can also view the full schedule here.