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01/10/2009

Honda Motor Company Honored as Earth Angel

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Eearth-angel-logo In response to the growing concern for global warming and the fluctuation of gas prices, the 2009 International Car of the Year Awards awarded Honda Motor Company with the second annual EARTH ANGEL Award as the automaker demonstrating the most significant progress with environmental initiatives and partnerships on a worldwide basis.

"At Honda, we are working to reduce the environmental footprint of our operations with the same passion and purpose as our commitment to develop new technologies that reduce the environmental footprint of our products," said Tetsuo Iwamura, president and CEO of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

 

Michigan Congressman Gary Peters provided opening remarks for the award citing the importance of recognizing the automotive industry for the remarkable strides being taken within the environmental arena.

 

Visit Earth Angel to read more about Honda’s win.

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