* WHO :* Volunteer cyclists from Salt Lake City, Utah; Morgantown Mayor Ron Justice; WVU Student Body President D. J. Casto; and WVU National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) Executive Director Al Ebron
* WHAT :* Cyclists carrying the global message of Peace, Youth and the Environment from Salt Lake City to Torino, Italy (site of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games) will make a stop at WVU s National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium. Two nearly zero Honda sedans, a Civic GX powered by natural gas, and a Civic Hybrid Electric serve as support vehicles to the volunteer cyclists carrying the message for the U.S. portion of the route, and the vehicles are expected to refuel here. Short remarks will precede a ceremony.
NAFTC% is key to the mission because of its environmental focus in developing curricula, and offering training and educational outreach about alternative fuels and advanced technology vehicles to promote clean air. )
* WHEN : Friday, May 6, 2:30 p.m.
* WHERE :* WVU National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), Ridgeview Business Park, 1100 Frederick Lane, Morgantown. Ridgeview Business Park is located on Bakers Ridge Road, about one mile from Route 857 North/US 119 on the left. When you enter the park, bear to the right. NAFTC is just ahead.