Miss Electric (aka Shannon Arvizu, former ABG'er) and the EV Grrls are in the process of creating an eight-part web show in search of the cleanest, hottest cars of the future. The show puts the crew on a mission to inform the world about revolutionizing the way we drive.
The episodes will focus on informing people about our current energy situation and will explore solutions for our oil dependent world. The series follows this storyline:
Miss Electric secretly learns that the planet's oil reserves have just been tapped. We have only eight weeks of oil left in the system before the whole world comes to a halt. Can Miss Electric and the EV Grrls find the electric cars that can save the world.
Sound interesting to you? If so, you can help out and make the web show a success. In order to inform the world about electric cars and a future free of oil, Miss Electric and the EV Grrls need some backers. The episode can't reach the airwaves without support. You can show your support by following the link below. You may even have the chance at a cameo appearance in the show! Follow after the jump for the full press release.

[Source: Kickstarter]

PRESS RELEASE

NEW EV WEBSHOW: FUTURISTIC EDUTAINMENT

It's 2015. Gas is $50/gallon. Miss Electric and the EV Grrls have to find the cleanest, hottest cars of the future and bring them to us today.

Miss Electric and the EV Grrls
is an eight-part web series about a crew on a mission to find the cleanest, hottest cars of the future. In the series, Miss Electric secretly learns that the planet's oil reserves have just been tapped. We have only eight weeks of oil left in the system before the whole world comes to a halt. Can Miss Electric and the EV Grrls find the electric cars that can save the world?

This docu-fiction web series follows Miss Electric and the EV Grrls to California, the hotbed of electric car action, to find members of Generation E (young people in the Energy Evolution). The Generation E crew are the tech mavericks that are building the cars of the future. But are they moving fast enough to make a difference? Miss Electric and the EV Grrls investigate the scene to find out what's really going on and learn what we can do to get the cleanest cars in America on the road today.

Miss Electric and the EV Grrls is featured on the new crowdsourcing platform, KickStarter.com. You can kickstart the Energy Evolution by investing in this impacting web series. Through your help, we can build a platform for revolutionizing the way we drive.



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