SAN DIEGO – July 18, 2013 – After a successful launch of Street Charge with AT&T, Goal Zero is bringing their solar charging stations to the 2013 International Comic-Con in San Diego as part of NBC’s Revolution Experience.
NBC’s hit television show Revolution follows the adventures of families trying to reconnect in a world without power. Lucky for convention goers, Goal Zero’s Street Charge stations are featured as part of the Revolution Experience so there will be power-a-plenty.
“Being part of International Comic-Con is a great opportunity,” said James Atkin, Director of Community Marketing of Goal Zero. “With so much of the event happening on social media, Street Charge is a great way for attendees to keep their phones and tablets charged up without having to wait for a power outlet or restrict their usage in order to stay connected to all the panel action.”
Street Charge features a modern design and is powered by the latest in solar panel and battery technology from Goal Zero. Convention goers will be able to conveniently charge their phones and hand-held devices using built-in USB ports and charging tips. Solar panels and lithium batteries are elegantly incorporated into each station to ensure that there is juice for everyone to power up – day or night.
Before heading into the Comic-Con crowds, where power is scarce and outlets are packed, make sure to stop by and juice up from Goal Zero and Street Charge at NBC’s Revolution Experience happening at the Tin Fish Restaurant in Gaslamp Square.
About Goal Zero
Goal Zero is the industry leader for renewable and reliable solar power. Born out of the desire to empower people everywhere, Goal Zero’s products are designed to give you the freedom to go anywhere, regardless of battery life. From cellphones to refrigerators, and everything in between, Goal Zero products keep you connected and powered up in any situation.
For more information, visit www.goalzero.com
# # #