Green Feet Conference and Expo October 29 to 30th 2014

Green Fleet Conference and Expo (GFC) is the largest gathering of fleet professionals interested in advancing their knowledge about alternative fuels and increasing fuel efficiency for cars, light-medium- and heavy duty trucks.

The 2014 Green Fleet Conference and Expo will be October 29 t 30th at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel in Schaumburg, IL.

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– Out-of-the box, interactive sessions with facilitated group discussions and problem solving.
– A First Timer’s Orientation for a quick overview on green fleet industry basics to precede the more advanced sessions.
– Hear from association experts on Gas, Diesel, Hybrid, Electric, Propane, Bio-fuels, Natural Gas and Hydrogen
– Heavy Duty Green Symposium with education dedicated to Class 8 trucks

The Green Fleet Conference & Expo is proud to provide your “brick and mortar” marketplace with an expanded exhibit hall. You’ll experience the latest product and technology innovations and services the green fleet industry has to offer. The exhibit hall is truly a one-stop resource for all green vehicle and truck fleet professionals.

Green Fleet Conference & Expo’s Ride and Drive Event is the most extensive in the nation. Billed as an event within an event, all attendees get the opportunity to test drive the latest alternative fuel vehicles from the most prominent worldwide manufacturers while enjoying music, prize giveaways and a competitive obstacle course. You’ll have the chance to get in the driver’s seat and see the newest technology in action.

Designed to facilitate dialogue both in the classroom and in a more informal setting, the Green Fleet Conference & Expo’s networking agenda is designed to connect you with the most influential group of fleet management professionals in the nation. You’ll connect with others like you who are dedicated to elevating the performance and efficiency of their sustainable fleets. Be among forward-thinking fleets like Frito-Lay, PepsiCo and Staples, just to name a few.