Junior high, 1991 — that’s the last time I’d been to a mega-concert. Until last Wednesday, that is.
With an invitation from Reverb (a cool nonprofit that sets up EcoVillages at rock concerts), Vote Solar trekked out to San Jose’s HP Pavilion to set up a booth at the nearly sold-out show of solo artist John Mayer. And I’m not exaggerating — check out this crowd:
Vote Solar had good placement:
Next to Sierra Club volunteers that handed out free cookies to entice concertgoers (cheaters!), and across from Blackberry, whose promoters passed out shiny blinky blue LED necklaces, Vote Solar’s trusty volunteers — Ben and Rich — skillfully worked the crowd, engaging people on the value of national and local solar energy policies as a means to combat global warming.
Proof that the solar movement is rapidly expanding: