The first Road Show, free for qualified fleet operators, will take place at the Hilton Atlanta Northeast hotel. Chicago is the second stop in June, followed by Dallas in September. The Fleet Forward Conference returns to Silicon Valley in November. - Photo via Fleet Forward.

The first Road Show, free for qualified fleet operators, will take place at the Hilton Atlanta Northeast hotel. Chicago is the second stop in June, followed by Dallas in September. The Fleet Forward Conference returns to Silicon Valley in November.

Photo via Fleet Forward.

Coming off a successful in-person event in San Jose in November 2021, Bobit is taking the Fleet Forward Conference on the road.

Fleet Forward: The Tour is a one-day, regional event where fleet operators can drive EVs and experience other new technologies behind the wheel. The day also includes seminars and networking opportunities.

The first Tour, free for qualified fleet operators, will take place in Atlanta at the Hilton Atlanta Northeast hotel on March 31.

Fleet managers will be able to drive the battery-electric Volvo C40 (shown) and XC40 models at the Fleet Forward Road Show. Other models will be announced soon. - Photo courtesy of Volvo.

Fleet managers will be able to drive the battery-electric Volvo C40 (shown) and XC40 models at the Fleet Forward Road Show. Other models will be announced soon.

Photo courtesy of Volvo.

The Ride and Drive portion of the event, sponsored by Element Fleet Management, will feature electric passenger car models and commercial vehicles. Volvo, an inaugural sponsor, will have the Volvo C40 and XC40 battery-electric models for fleet managers to drive. Other vehicles and technologies will be announced soon.

“The Tour will bring the same cutting-edge technologies and thought leadership as the Fleet Forward Conference, but in a compact format,” said Chris Brown, conference chair. “All in one day, fleet managers will be able to get behind the wheel of the latest EV models, interact with product experts, network with peers, and access education to make their fleets more efficient and productive.”

After Atlanta, the Road Show will stop in Chicago on June 16 and then Dallas in September. The Fleet Forward Conference will return to Silicon Valley Nov. 9-11, with exact location to be announced soon.

For Fleet Forward: The Tour and Fleet Forward Conference sponsorship opportunities, contact Joni Owens.

Originally posted on Fleet Forward

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