Learn about Electric Vehicles at Fall Festival in Thornburg
Tuesday | September 28, 2021

Is now the right time to purchase an electric vehicle? How far can you drive on a full charge? How does charging work, anyway? Will an electric vehicle really save you money and maintenance?

REC can answer those questions and share the latest details on electric vehicles this Sunday, Oct. 3, at the first annual Electric Vehicle Fall Festival. The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Dominion Raceway in Thornburg. REC is proud to co-host the event along with Mattaponi Winery and Proferred BBI Tools

Wrapping up Drive Electric Week, the event celebrates the electric vehicle community and will provide those interested with information as the electric vehicle industry continues to evolve. 

In addition to learning about electric vehicles, attendees can look forward to a day full of electrified family fun, an opportunity to check out the Spotsylvania Farmers Market and craft fair, and enjoy a wine tasting garden and live music. 

“This event is a great way to connect with the community around a hot topic,” said Casey Hollins, REC’s Managing Director – Communications and Public Relations. “Not only is it a great day for families to come out, but it’s a great opportunity to learn more about electric vehicles.”

To learn more about the event and register, can visit https://electricvehiclefest.com/.

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