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San Francisco NAFA Chapter Holds Year-End Alt-Fuel Meeting on Dec. 13

November 13, 2006

SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Chapter of the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA) is holding its 2006 year-end meeting Dec. 13. The “Alternate Fuels in California: Past, Present, and Future” will be held at Sinbad’s San Francisco restaurant overlooking Treasure Island and the Bay from the foot of the Bay Bridge on Pier 2 off Embarcadero. The meeting will include 2006 chapter award presentations, lunch, and a summary and update on alternate fuels in California, including biodiesel, CNG, E-85, hydrogen, LNG, and LPG. The roundtable format includes an alternate-fuel expert panel question and answer session. There will also be a toy and donation drive for Bay Area Crisis Nursery. RSVPs are due to, or (707) 421-8913, by Dec. 5. Registration is $40.


11:30 am: Registration & Networking
12 pm: Lunch
1 pm: 2006 Chapter award presentations
1:30 pm: Meeting: NAFA National goals, selection of nominating committee for Chapter elections, Alternate-Fuel presentation, and roundtable question and answers.

The chapter is also asking attendees to bring holiday gifts to contribute to the Bay Area Crisis Nursery as part of its annual donation.

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