Welcome to Georgia's first electric caravan! Join The Ray, EV Club of the South, and Clean Cities Gerogia for an electric vehicle caravan from the Georgia Power headquarters to the Ray C. Anderson Foundation's annual Ray Day Celebration at Serenbe!
Participants will drive down in a caravan to draw attention to the growing popularity of electric vehicles, their diversity, low maintenance cost, and all around cool-factor.
This 32-mile caravan drive ends at Ray Day, a celebration of the life of green pioneer Ray Anderson. Your free ticket to Ray Day includes unlimited access to local-favorite food trucks, beverages, and tons of activities. Visit their event page for more details about the family friendly activities offered at Ray Day.
Caravan drivers will park their cars together in a VIP central location and have the option to interact with thousands of visitors about what it's like to ride and drive electric in Georgia. Register Here for the caravan.