greengate wrote:I don't see anything about "National Plugin Day" in the press or hardly anywhere. Only here.
If I am missing it..educate me. If not, what a shame.
Hopefully, you have heard or seen some press related to this year's National Plug In Day. You can help though, share the event you are attending on Facebook, Twitter, and/or email with friends. We have three sponsors this year including Nissan that are helping get the word out as well.
To give you some idea, we are seeing several hundred people sign up for events each day on the National Plug In Day web site and with this trend, sign ups will exceed 5k this year and nearly 100 events.
Sorry I have not been on these forums in ages although I spent a great deal of my time here in the months waiting for my LEAF to arrive.
I am working as a volunteer with Plug In America this year to spread the National Plug In Day information via Social Media besides doing the regular work thing.
How can you help:
1) Point friends and family to http://www.pluginday.org
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2) Take pictures and video of the event you attend and share via Instagram and Facebook with the Hashtag #NPID2013 and the location of the event. This will help us locate your pictures and video and share them with everyone else.
3) Welcome people as they arrive at the event. Introduce yourself and be an EVangelist.