Celebrate National Plug In Day DC

Celebrate National Plug In Day DC

Did you know? The LEAF is now assembled in the United States at Nissan’s Smyrna, Tenn. assembly plant, with battery production taking place right next door in the country’s largest lithium-ion automotive battery plant. | Photo credit: Nissan media

The 3rd Annual National Plug In Day DC is just around the corner! On September 28 and 29, the event on Capitol Hill will bring together green car lovers in the nation’s capital to celebrate the electrification of the automobile.

Nissan, the maker of the all-electric LEAF, is a national sponsor of this initiative. The company hopes the event will work to educate consumers, Capitol Hill staff and policymakers alike on the advanced technologies employed to make electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Check out the events in your area by visiting the National Plug In Day website. Feel free to join the main event near the U.S. Capitol. Or, if you live outside the city, check out a MOM’s Organic Market event location nearest to you in Virginia and Maryland:

  • Timonium – 22 W Ridgely Rd, Timonium, VA 21093
  • Herndon – 424 Elden St, Herndon, VA 20170
  • Waldorf – 3301 Plaza Way, Waldorf, MD 20603
  • College Park – 9827 Rhode Island Ave, College Park, MD 20740

Plan to attend? Just want to follow the action? Share or check out others’ tweets and Facebook posts about the event via the #NPID2013hash tag.

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Disclaimer: The author provides strategic communications services for organizations that represent the auto industry, including Nissan. This post was added as part of an outreach conducted on behalf of Nissan North America to bring awareness to NPID 2013.

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Melanie Batenchuk founded Be Car Chic in 2009 as a way to help consumers make smart decisions when buying and selling their cars. Her prior work at the dealership, trade association and manufacturer levels has provided her a deep understanding of the complex facets within the auto industry, making her a leading woman in her field.