The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) recently was represented at the 2007 Clean Cities Coordinator Leadership Retreat on September 25-27. NAFTC Executive Director Al Ebron and Assistant Director – Communications Judy Moore attended the event, which was held at Mammoth Cave National Park – Cave City in Kentucky.

The retreat is held annually to allow Clean Cities Coordinators to foster collaborations, learn from others successes, discuss and address common challenges, and plan for the upcoming year. The NAFTC sponsored a breakfast and participated in a round-robin information session at the event.


NAFTC Executive Director addresses a crowd during an information session at the Clean Cities Coordinators retreat. Credit: NAFTC photo

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Clean Cities Coordinators attend a breakfast sponsored by the NAFTC. Credit: NAFTC photo

Retreat attendees stayed at cottages at the park, which is located near the General Motors (GM) Corvette assembly plant and the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Participants had the opportunity to visit those sites as well as to learn more from the GM team regarding their renewable and alternative fuel vehicle efforts.

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