In several counties in Northern California, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) decorated work trucks for local holiday parades, according to the company blog. Click on the photo above for a small slideshow.
On Dec. 6, a line worker decorated his bucket truck and drove it in the King City holiday parade in Monterey County. Then on Dec. 14, around a dozen PG&E trucks were decorated with wreaths, candy canes and snowmen for Yolo County's 49th holiday parade.
“It’s an opportunity for us to give back to the community,” said Barbara Butterfield, an agricultural specialist for PG&E, who participated in the Yolo County parade, which brought thousands to the streets to watch.
And in one of its latest parade adventures, a PG&E electric bucket and a restoration bucket truck for the first time joined the 34th annual KEKA 101 Country Trucker's Christmas Parade in Eureka.
PG&E earlier this month also participated in the San Francisco International Auto Show, putting several of its electric and alternative fuel vehicles on display.
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