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Ten Days Left for Green Fleet Conference Discount!

August 05, 2008

CHICAGO– Bobit Business Media's Green Fleet Conference 2008 will take place at the Hyatt Regency Chicago from Sept. 15-16. The conference and exposition has been designed to address the latest issues impacting the entire fleet arena.

The Green Fleet Conference program is packed with information you can use:

  • Save $279,000 on your annual fleet management costs. That's $1,116 per vehicle*!
  • Hear about innovative ways to make your facility eco-friendly.
  • Talk with the experts about green technologies.
  • Get a sneak preview of upcoming green fleet vehicles.
  • Discover the difference between what's really working and what's window dressing.
  • Learn the best practices when implementing a green fleet initiative.
  • Attend the grant writing seminar and get immediate ROI for your attendance.
  • Interact with the who's who of the world of public and commercial sector fleet managers.
  • Discover everything you need to know about properly storing and dispensing alternative fuels.
  • Learn what manufacturers have planned for the future of fuel technology.

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

Don't miss this opportunity to take your fleet management skills to the next level!

Register by August 15 to get the early bird rate. An agenda is available at www.greenfleetconference.com/.

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