The Transportation Club has been at
the center of the Seattle area
transportation community for over 100
years.
Join the Club!
WHEN:             WEDNESDAY, May 6th 2015
SPEAKER:       Jim Harger, Clean Energy
TIME:               11:30am Reception, 12:00pm Lunch
WHERE:           
Rainier Golf and Country Club
COST:              $24 per person



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The Transportation Club of Seattle has been at the center of the Seattle
area transportation community for 100 years!

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Seattle transportation club is a registered chapter of Transportation Clubs International.


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Transportation Club of Seattle
February 4th                  Lynn Peterson, WA DOT

March 4th                       Vishwa Ram - Savers

April 1st                          Shawn Wattles, Boeing

May 6th                           Chad Lindholm, Clean Energy               

June 3rd                         Bud Hover, WA Dept of Agriculture

July 23rd                         Annual Golf Tournament

August                            Summer Break - No Meeting

September 2nd              Marc Berger, Alaska Airlines
Transportation 
Club of Seattle
P.O. Box 88427

Steilacoom, WA  98388

Phone:  253-584-2131
Fax: 253-584-2956
www.transportationclubofseattle.org
Email: transportationclubofseattle@gmail.com
TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF SEATTLE
UPCOMING LUNCH INFORMATION
  • Lake Washington Institute of Technology has started a unique
    Bachelor of Applied Science program in Transportation and Logistics.  
    For additional information please reach out to Linda Kirkland at
        linda.kirkland@lwtech.edu.
About the Speaker

James (Jim) N. Harger
Chief Marketing Officer
Clean Energy

Jim Harger has been involved in the natural gas business for over 30 years – the majority has
been dedicated to marketing Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) and building fueling stations.  In
1997, after 14 years of service at Southern California Gas Company, he left the utility to join
Pickens Fuel Corp., the predecessor to Clean Energy, as Vice President of Marketing.  He
wasthe company’s second employee.  At Clean Energy, Jim leads a sales organization that
focuseson airport vehicles, solid waste trucks, transit buses and over the road and regional
trucks.  Some of the company’s largest customers include AT&T, Dillon Transportation, Raven
Transport,Republic Services, Ruan Transportation, Saddle Creek, UPS, Waste Management,
several metropolitan transit agencies and a growing list of major airports across the country. In
partnership with Pilot Flying J, he’s leading the company’s effort to build and load a network of
LNG stations that will be the backbone of America’s Natural Gas Highway. The knowledge
andleadership of his North American sales team has seen the company grow from $1 million
inrevenue in 1997 to over $425 million in 2014.  In May 2007, he assisted in Clean Energy’s
(NASDAQ: CLNE) successful IPO which raised $120 million.  Jim earned a Bachelor of
ScienceDegree in Civil Engineering from UCLA and a Master’s Degree in Business
Administration from Pepperdine University.