Asheville Outlets hosts Drive Electric Earth Day on Saturday, April 30, 2022

Press release from Asheville Outlets:

Asheville Outlets is pleased to host Drive Electric Earth Day on Saturday, April 30, 2022, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (rain date is May 14). Spectators will view a wide range of electric cars, as well as the latest in personal electric transportation vehicles.

“Come out and see electric vehicles from old to new and learn why they are becoming mainstream,” Rudy Beharrysingh President of the Blue Ridge EV Club. “In addition to electric cars, you can check out the latest in personal electric transportation vehicles: electric bikes and bicycles, electric scooters, hoverboards, One wheels and more,” he adds.

Electric vehicle owners and dealers will be available to answer any questions about costs, range, charging and more. Plus, meet members of the Blue Ridge EV Club and Tesla Owners of Western North Carolina groups. Local solar installers will also be on hand to discuss powering EVs.

Spectators are encouraged to bring nonperishable canned or boxed provisions for Loving Food Resources, a local food pantry. Items of need include boxed elbow macaroni & spaghetti, saltine crackers, brownie and baked goods mixes, foil packed tuna, bagged sugar, and more.



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