All content of this website is copyright by Mid-South Horse Review and may not be copied or reprinted without express written consent of the publisher and editor

Call Us: (901) 867-1755

The Mid-South Horse Review is available at over 350 locations throughout Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas and Kentucky.
October issue is now available!


Drive Electric Earth Day


News from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation Office of Energy Programs

Drive Electric Earth Day is a national campaign to share information about electric vehicles (EVs) throughout the month of April, promoting the benefits of EVs through both in-person and virtual events.

Tennessee Tech University, the East Tennessee Clean Fuels Coalition, and Drive Electric Tennessee (DET) hosted an outdoor, socially distanced Drive Electric Earth Day EV Showcase and Ride & Drive on April 17, 2021 in Cookeville, Tenn. This event featured a variety of EVs on display and offered attendees the chance to take a ride in all-electric powered vehicle. Participants could learn about and experience the benefits that EVs have to offer and hear from current EV owners on what owning and driving one is like.

DET held additional Drive Electric Earth Day events in Bristol on April 17and in Kingsport on Earth Day, April 22. All events took place outside and adhered to CDC guidelines for COVID-safety.

In addition, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy and the Natural Resources Defense Council hosted a Virtual Earth Week EV Ride & Drive event on April 24. This virtual event featured special guest race car driver Leilani Münter. Attendees experienced a demonstration of Münter’s own EV and heard why she’s an advocate for electric transportation powered by clean energy.

Find more information about Drive Electric Earth Day at:

Go Back »

Photo Gallery

Additional photos from this month's events.


Upcoming events for the next three months.

Media Kit

Advertising rates, display ad dimensions & photo requirements, mission statement & who we are, demographics of readership, and yearly editorial calendar.

Scroll To Top