Queen Street Cruise to include EV showcase
Posted: May 15, 2024

Queen Street Cruise to include EV showcase

Sault Ste. Marie, ON (2024 05 16) – The City of Sault Ste. Marie, PUC Services Inc. (PUC) and the Sault Climate Hub announce the second annual Sault Ste. Marie Electric Vehicle (EV) showcase, this year in partnership with the Queen Street Cruise in Downtown Sault Ste. Marie on June 14 and 15.


As part of the Queen Street Cruise, local EV owners, including area businesses with EVs will display their vehicles including plug-in-hybrids. The PUC will be on site with their EV fleet to share their knowledge and explain how the EV Home Charger Rental Program works. Visitors to the EV showcase will be entered into a draw to win a prize pack.  

Local EV owners are welcome to be a part of the EV showcase. Complete the showcase exhibitor form at the following link by Friday, May 24. Registration is open to all EV owners, regardless of make and model. Space is limited, so early registration is encouraged.

“The Queen Street Cruise is excited to integrate the EV showcase this year,” said Gary Trembinski, Co-Chair of the Queen Street Cruise. “This year’s car show will merge the timeless allure of vintage cars with the future of EVs as society transitions to a more sustainable era of mobility.”

“We are thrilled to host this years EV showcase as part of the Queen Street cruise” said Emily Cormier, Sustainability Coordinator at the City of Sault Ste. Marie. “Join us for this exciting event and also kickoff the summer season.”

“PUC is happy to be joining local partners to increase public awareness on the benefits of electric vehicles,” stated Robert Brewer, President & CEO, PUC Services Inc. “As PUC makes major strides to electrify our own fleet, we strongly believe that together we can drive towards a cleaner, greener future for our community.”

"Showcasing electric vehicles as part of the Queen Street Cruise in collaboration with community partners in an opportunity to support the transformative change needed to support electric mobility," said Ted McPherson from the Sault Climate Hub. "Working together amplifies our messaging and supports the need for collective climate action."

For more information, please contact Emily Cormier, Sustainability Coordinator with the City of Sault Ste. Marie at 705-989-8748.


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