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Get a Sneak Peak of Green Fleet Vehicles in the Near Future

August 29, 2008

TORRANCE, CA - Join public and commercial fleet professionals at the Green Fleet Conference in Chicago, September 15-16, dedicated to improving fleet management and fuel efficiency, and discussing what the future of fuel holds. The conference will open with a keynote speech on fuel-efficient and emissions-reducing models to come in 2009-2011.

Why You Should Attend the First-Ever Green Fleet Conference

  • Save $279,000 on your annual fleet management costs. That is $1116 per vehicle*!
  • Learn the best practices when implementing a green fleet initiative.
  • Discover everything you need to know about properly storing and dispensing alternative fuels.
  • Get a sneak preview of upcoming green fleet vehicles.
  • Learn what manufacturers have planned for the future of fuel technology.
  • Hear about innovative ways to make your facility eco-friendly.
  • Talk with the experts about green technologies.
  • Gain the knowledge needed to intelligently manage your green fleet for the future.
  • Great location, great activities, great networking! Interact with the who’s who of the world of public and commercial sector fleet managers.

*Based on a fleet size of 250 units (based on state grants and state tax incentives where applicable.)

Join public and commercial fleet professionals at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, September 15-16, and learn how to grow a sustainable, profitable business.

For more infomation, go to: www.GreenFleetConference.com or call (800)576-8788.

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