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October 27, 2011

  From hybrid cars to hybrid production trailers     by Candace Lombardi   Leonardo DiCaprio is reported to be getting the first Fisker Karma, a luxury plug-in hybrid sports car. He can now get a hybrid trailer to match on his next film project. King Kong Production Trailers (KKPT)announced today that it’s making what it believes is the […]

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World’s First Solar Hybrid Production Trailer! Posted on October 19th, 2011 by jourdan Working on films, I can attest that there is a lot of waste.  So when I come across people creating ways to be more green on set I’m pretty excited. When a film, commercial or whatever it may be is shooting, not too far […]

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Behold Evergreen, the Solar-Hybrid Hollywood Production Trailer  by Steve Siler When a press release starts with a headline characterizing something as “the Prius” of anything, it becomes literary tee-ball for scribes who may not be so pious about the Prius. We usually pass on such low-hanging fruit, but a new solar-hybrid production trailer dubbed Evergreen, […]

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October 26, 2011

TRANSPORTATION Evergreen Eco Trailer: The Entertainment Industry’s First Solar Hybrid Vehicle by Katherine Vong, With so many green transportation designs out there, you’d think that an eco-friendly entertainment production trailer would already exist, but the recently released Evergreen Eco trailer is taking the title as the very first. Evergreen’s creator, King Kong Production Vehicles, claims that it the world’s first […]


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King Kong Production Vehicles Introduces World’s First Green Trailer

October 14, 2011

Within the last decade, as many production companies and major networks began implementing “green initiatives” into their daily productions, David Rovsek, President of King Kong Production Vehicles, Inc, saw an area of production that was overlooked in the greening trend – the need for green vehicles.