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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Electric Car Expo returns to Northampton Saturday, July 29


Electric Car Expo
Northampton Radio Group, 15 Hampton Ave., Northampton, MA.
Saturday, July 29th 10:30am-3:00pm

Wondering what it’s like to own and drive an electric car? Take electric cars for a test drive Saturday from 10:30am-3pm during the free, no sales-pressure MASS DRIVE CLEAN Expo in Northampton. The event is held rain or shine in the parking lot of the Northampton Radio Group, 15 Hampton Ave., Northampton and includes test drives, informational booths, and lunch for purchase.

This educational event offers licensed drivers the chance to test out 3-5 brands of electric vehicles from Ford, Nissan, Volkswagen, and more. Grab a bite from Bistro Bus, bring your driver’s license and your curiosity and leave with the knowledge and experience to see how an electric car can work for you. You’ll also learn about charging your car with your home solar panels and the up to $10,000 in incentives and rebates available from the state and federal governments – rebates that make electric vehicles as affordable as gas-fueled vehicles.

The Mass Drive Clean Expo is a production of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ MASS DRIVE CLEAN initiative, National Grid, the Northampton Radio Group, Northeast Solar and Ford of Northampton.

For more info contact Mark Lattanzi, Northampton Radio Group Promotions Director,
413-546-7400, mark@wrsi.com

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