Nissan has worked with the Wounded Warrior Project for several years now and has plans to continue the relationship. In late June, the automaker announced that it is the official automotive partner of this organization, which provides support to veterans. The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) aims to help wounded veterans with their civilian lives upon returning home through public awareness and various programs.
As the official automotive partner of the WWP, Nissan will continue its efforts to assist with fundraising and awareness. In fact, Nissan has arranged so that the Nissan dealer that manages to accumulate the highest total of donations for WWP will attend the Courage Awards & Benefit Dinner, an annual event in New York City.
Nissan, as well as dealerships throughout the country, will continue to participate in local events and promotions in addition to national awareness and fundraising efforts. Nissan simply views this as a great method of honoring those who have sacrificed for our freedom.
As part of the WWP sponsorship, Nissan hosted Project Titan. This program let two injured veterans get behind the wheel of a custom Nissan Titan pickup truck to enjoy 10 days exploring and having adventures in the Alaskan wilderness. Nissan has also worked with the Wounded Warrior Project and Habitat for Humanity to build a home for an Army Reserves member who served in Iraq. All of these local projects allow more Nissan employees to get involved in the various fundraising activities while encouraging a sense of community.
To learn how you can help Nissan support the Wounded Warriors Project, talk to the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.