TORRANCE, CA – Bobit Business Media has announced the dates for the 4th Annual Green Gleet Conference. The event will take place Oct. 3-4, 2011 at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine, Texas.
Green Fleet Conference is the only national event of its kind that offers car and truck green fleet managers two concentrated days of education and dynamic dialogue focused on environmental sustainability. City of San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders, a long-time champion of the clean technology industry, was one of the several regional government representatives who were on hand to deliver addresses, moderate informational panels, and conduct educational sessions at the 2010 conference.
“It is imperative to remain up to date in today’s changing business environment with the increased availability of grant funding, new model introductions, regulatory changes, and evolving green fleet and sustainability initiatives,” said Mike Antich, Editor and Associate Publisher of Automotive Fleet and Government Fleet Magazines, the Lead Media Sponsors of the event.
Bobit Business Media, the publisher of Automotive Fleet and Government Fleet Magazines and producer of Green Fleet Conference, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in business. Bobit Business Media is a leader in B2B automotive print magazines and online products. The company publishes more than 20 print titles, 30 websites and owns 10 trade shows.
Registration for Green Fleet Conference will open March 1. Exhibit booth and sponsorship sales will begin soon. More information about attending or exhibiting at the show can be found at www.GreenFleetConference.com or by calling (800) 576-8788.
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Additional Information and Articles
Several presentations from the 2010 Green Fleet Conference, held Oct. 18-19 in San Diego, are now available for viewing online.
Attendees gathered Oct. 18-19 in San Diego for information-packed conference sessions, many of which were standing-room only. Presenters from corporate fleets included Abbott, UPS, Verizon, and Nestle.