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Electric Ride Car Show Returning to Bridgewater Thursday

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Bridgewater Mayor Dan Hayes and the township’s Sustainability Task Force will be holding the Electric Ride Electric Car Show and Gourmet Food Truck Extravaganza Sept. 14 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Bridgewater Municipal Complex, on Commons Way.

The event will include an all electric vehicle car show hosted by the New Jersey Electric Auto Association. Select car dealerships will offer electric vehicle Ride-n-Drives.

In addition, according to a release, the show will offer residents the change to meet with actual owners of electric vehicles to discuss vehicle advantages, and dealerships will offer vehicle displays.

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Plus, the event has been selected as one of only eight national locations to reveal the 2018 Nissan Leaf. Nissan is the national sponsor of Drive Electric Week, which the event will be supporting.

The event will also feature a live musical performance at the monument in the courtyard featuring the Tyrone Stackhouse Project, with special guest The Green Planet.

In addition, gourmet food trucks will be available to offer a selection of unique street food for purchase. Featured food trucks will include the Empanada Lady, the Flying Pie Guy, Glazed and Confused Donuts, Jersey Rolls, Good Mood, Rolling Dough Wood Fired Pizza, Cubano X-Press and Sip N’ Swirl.

For more information, follow Bridgewater’s “Electric Ride” on Facebook.

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