Congressman Roscoe Bartlett Invites You to RESERVE Your Space at the 4th Annual Go Green Energy Conference on Mon. July 9 10 am – 5pm in Frederick

List of More than 90 Exhibitors, Keynote Speakers and Demonstrations

Washington, DC – July 9, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Congressman Roscoe Bartlett said “I encourage you to sign up today to reserve your space on Monday, July 9 at the FREE community service Go Green Energy Conference at the e-ventplex and other newly renovated facilities at the Frederick Fairgrounds between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. The Go Green Conference is back by popular demand for the fourth year in a row. Beat the heat and come see more than 90 exhibitors and demonstrations! Key note addresses are between 11:00 am and 12:00 noon with expert speakers. Come enjoy the renovated facilities at the Frederick Fairgrounds that enhance your comfort and save energy year-round. I am hosting this Go Green Energy conference in conjunction with the Great Frederick Fair to help homeowners and small business owners discover practical ways that you can save money on your energy bills, waste less energy, maintain power during grid outages, protect our environment and go green on any size budget. The recent historic thunderstorm and resulting electricity outage for 1.5 million people in the MidAtlantic amidst a blistering heat wave makes this year’s Go Green Energy Conference even more important for you and your family. Come find out why more than 1,000 people attended the Go Green Energy conferences last year and in 2010 and 2009!”

Congressman Bartlett added, “A new AP survey, found that 9 out of 10 Americans rank saving money by becoming more energy efficient as a higher priority than taking a summer vacation! The survey found that Americans’ most popular government programs are those that teach consumers to save energy. This was the most strongly favored option by 69% of respondents. The FREE Go Green Conference will help you achieve goals detailed in the new AP survey including saving money on energy costs and keeping your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. I am also encouraged because more and more Americans recognize that the actions that we take as individuals can make a very huge difference to solving our country’s energy problems.” The link to the complete poll results can be found at AP-NORC.

GO GREEN ENERGY CONFERENCE 2012 AGENDA

Exhibitors in the Expo Hall in Building 9 as well as some outdoors are open all day between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm!

11:00 am Keynote Addresses in newly renovated Building 12:

• Welcome from Mayor Randy McClements, City of Frederick

• Becky Brashear, Executive Director of the Great Frederick Fair about the Sustainability Program at the Great Frederick Fairgrounds (celebrating its 150th Anniversary)

• Introduction by Congressman Roscoe Bartlett of Keynote Speakers:

o Lauren Schuler, Special Agent & Infragard Coordinator, Federal Bureau of Investigation about the Infragard Organization

o David Jenkins, Vice President for Government Affairs, ConservAmerica about Energy Sustainability and Efficiency in the United States.

o Micah Loudermilk, Senior Research Associate & Program Coordinator, Energy & Environmental Security Policy Program, National Defense University about the importance and need of local preparedness in light of a grid collapse.

• Q&A Session

2:00 pm Community Preparedness Meeting in newly renovated Building 12

Congressman Bartlett will host a meeting with local Fire Chiefs and First Responders from the 6th district about community preparedness

Demonstrations will occur throughout the day at the Expo Hall in Building 9:

12:15 – 12:30 pm

Frederick County Office of Sustainability and Environmental Resources about “Products and cost-saving techniques to make your homes/businesses sustainable.”

1:00 – 1:20 pm

Instant Access Network, LLC – Chuck Manto about “Emergency food kits”

2:00 – 2:15 pm

Frederick County Master Gardeners about “Beginning your own home garden”

3:00 – 3:15 pm

Jonathan Kays, Extension Specialist Natural Resources, University of Maryland Extension about “Biomass Thermal Energy use in Maryland.”

WHERE:

The e-ventplex at the Frederick Fairgrounds

797 East Patrick Street

Frederick, MD

Directions: http://www.thegreatfrederickfair.com/2007/Eventplex/directions.htm

HOW:

WALK-INS ARE ACCEPTED, HOWEVER ONLINE RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE!

Forms to reserve space are on Rep. Bartlett’s website under events here: http://bartlett.house.gov/events/.

The form for reserving a space to attend is posted on Rep. Roscoe Bartlett’s website here: https://bartlettforms.house.gov/Forms/Form/Default.aspx?ID=2018

The flyer for Go Green is posted on Rep. Roscoe Bartlett’s website here:

http://bartlett.house.gov/UploadedFiles/Go_Green_2012_Conference.pdf

GO GREEN ENERGY CONFERENCE 2012 EXHIBITORS:

Advanced Building Diagnostics

ALL-SHRED, Inc.

American Consulting Services Inc

APRS Engineering LLC

Aquabarrel Rain Barrel

Astrum Solar

Atlas Home Energy Solutions, LLC

ATRsolartech

Banner Home Solutions

Bear Rock Electric, Inc.

Big Green EnergySolutions

Building Energy Diagnostics & Retrofits

Capital Remodeling

Capital Sun Group, Ltd

Capital Tristate

Carroll County Department of

Economic Development

Catoctin Lighting Services, Inc.

Central Water and Air Solutions

Chesapeake Energy Solutions

College Hunks Hauling Junk

Conquered By Cedar

CORVUS Business Solutions

Critical Power, Inc.

DARCARS Toyota Frederick

Diesel Technology Forum

e-End

Efficient Home, LLC

eh3 Multipure h2o

Enkore Kids

FBI/InfraGard

Fitzgerald Automall

Fort Detrick Business Development Office

Frederick County Business Development

and Retention Division

Frederick County Master Gardeners

Frederick County Office of Sustainability

and Environmental Resources

Frederick Nissan

Frostburg State University

Renewable Energy Center

Frugalbee

GeoSolar Energy Company

Glory Energy Solutions

Go Green Products, Inc.

Goodwill

Green Earth Goods, LLC

GreenBrilliance and Nexus Energy Homes

Green-Living Homes, LLC

Greenspring Energy

Gutter Pros

Hagerstown Community College

Hagerstown-Washington County

Economic Development Commission

Healing Touch Massage

Home Depot

Home Energy Team of WMD

Hood College Graduate School

Hottel Energy Solutions, Inc.

Instant Access Network, LLC

International Code Council

Lowe’s Companies, Inc.

Maryland Department of Business and

Economic Development

Maryland DHCD

Maryland Energy Administration

Maryland Ready Mix Concrete Association

Milestone Solar Consultants

Monument Foam Insulators

Mountain View Solar

Orion Energy Systems

Potomac Wind Energy

Real Estate Teams LLC

RE-FLEA LLC

Renewal by Andersen

SAIC/FirstEnergy

Seneca Creek Joinery

SignatureSupplements.com

Small Business Development Center –

Western Region

Solar Energy World

Solar Energy World, LLC

Standard Solar

Sustainable Design Group

Tank Taxi & Parke Power

The Frederick Motor Company

THE HAMILTON GROUP

Total Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning

TCA Envista, LLC

Trinity Capital Advisors, LLC

US Army Garrison Fort Detrick

USDA, Rural Development

VOLVO GROUP NORTH AMERICA

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