The Wounded Warrior Project, which has provided support to injured soldiers and their families for over a decade, announced on Monday, June 22nd that Nissan will be the WWP’s official automotive partner.
Nissan and the Wounded Warrior Project have a history of collaborating with each other, including the #WithDad campaign on YouTube, for which Nissan donated $1 million in support of the WWP, and the “Project Titan” short film, which followed the adventures of two wounded veterans through Alaska in a modified Nissan Titan truck.
Now that Nissan is the official Automotive Partner of Wounded Warrior Project, Nissan dealers across the US will take part in raising money and awareness about the Wounded Warrior Project. The dealer that raises the most money will be invited as Nissan’s guest to the annual Courage Awards and Benefits Dinner.
Nissan executive Fred Diaz promised that 100% of the money raised will be given to the Wounded Warrior Project.
Blackburn Nissan is thrilled to be part of a company so dedicated to serving the needs of our nation’s heroes, and we can’t wait to see how this partnership progresses.