Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 17, 2006
The Energy Advocates, a not for profit organization are taking an aggressive course of action in pushing forward their new VISION 2010 initiative. Chapter meetings have been scheduled to strengthen the chapters developed throughout last year. The overall goal is to educate the American public about the energy industry. Chapters were established with a “Chapter Liaison” chosen to help establish a presence in various cities throughout the United States.
Pam Pickens took initiative and helped create the Phoenix Chapter. “I was surprised to receive the call from Pam” states Energy Advocates President Mark A. Stansberry. “I wasn’t expecting the call, nor the challenge she proposed in creating this chapter, but saw the amazing opportunity and took the offer immediately!”
“I am excited about what the Energy Advocates are doing and I am glad to be a part of it.” Pickens said of the organization. Pickens attended the VISION 2010 Kick-Off Reception and Quarterly Luncheon last week in Tulsa, OK. “It’s great to see the support that is truly behind this ‘Vision’ and the growth of the organization in the last year.” Pickens stated.
The Energy Advocates have plans for more meetings in the future. The organization also has speaking opportunities for their Speakers Bureau. Educational institutions, civic groups and organizations are a key in shaping correct and informed opinions and understanding of the energy industry. This is the grass roots initiative that VISION 2010 encompasses.
For more information about the Energy Advocates, VISION 2010 initiative, or to request a Speaker from the Speakers Bureau, please call (918) 599-7767 or visit http://www.energyadvocates.org.
About The Energy Advocates: Since 1974, The Energy Advocates, a national organization, has provided energy education nationally. The Energy Advocates strongly support all forms of energy. Its’ Primary mission is to inform the general public about our vital energy industry and energy policy issues. To learn more about energy issues, and The Energy Advocates, visit http://www.energyadvocates.org.
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