Did your mom let you borrow her car for your first date that turned into a lifelong love? Did she slip you some gas money and teach you the rules of the road? Perhaps your mom drove you to school and to great success later in life. If she did, Nissan wants to hear from you.
For the fourth consecutive year, Nissan is partnering with the Heisman Trophy Trust to begin construction of a Habitat for Humanity home in a community where the automaker has a business presence. This year the home is located north of Nashville.
Nissan North America, Inc., has earned a spot as one of DiversityInc Magazine's 2016 Top 25 Noteworthy Companies list for the third year in a row, largely due to the continued growth of its employee resource groups. One of the most successful elements of Nissan's diversity strategy, these affinity groups provide employees who have shared interests/identities with the opportunity to work cross-functionally and develop programs that drive a culture of inclusion in the workplace.
Nissan's College 100 program launched its first "Nissan's Ultimate Access" lacrosse sweepstakes (#NissanUltimateAccess) across 32 U.S. colleges and universities. This sweepstakes, which runs through April 30, gives lacrosse super-fans a chance to meet Nissan's lacrosse ambassador, and lacrosse legend, Casey Powell, and win four tickets to the NCAA Lacrosse Championships in Philadelphia Memorial Day weekend.
Nielsen named Nissan as the "Spanish-Language TV Advertiser of the Year" this morning during a press event to kick off the 2016 New York International Auto Show Media Preview Days at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan.
The 2016 Nissan Murano has just received its second major award from the editors of U.S. News & World Report – “Best 2-Row SUV for Families.” In February, Murano was named one of the magazine’s “Best Cars for the Money.”