THREE dealer employees kicked off the new year in style with the news that they were each named a ‘‘Brand Ambassador Of The Month’ for January. The monthly award, which is open to all staff in the Nissan retail network, recognises an individual’s outstanding commitment to customers and
NISSAN athlete ambassadors Max Whitlock and George Nash have been presented with special edition, gold-wrapped all-electric Nissan LEAFs to celebrate their gold medal success at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Britain’s most successful gymnast, Max Whitlock, who won gold in the Men’s Floor Exercise
Many families of soldiers fighting overseas always dread a phone call saying a loved one has been killed in action. But for NMGB Sales Director Tony Lewis and his wife Sandi that sadly became a reality when their son Conrad was killed in Afghanistan while serving in the Parachute Regiment in
Rugby fan Ian Blackman has managed has taken his love of the game and its values to the next level by helping to train the next generation of players at his local club. The 40 year-old, who manages the Total Customer Satisfaction team at NTCE in Cranfield first became involved Milton Keynes Rugby
Running 200 metres with the Olympic Torch will be no problem for Charles Lavington, a seat design engineer at NTCE in Cranfield. The super fit 38 year-old loves a sporting challenge and they’re usually a little more demanding than carrying the Olympic flame through the streets of Belo Horizonte.
NISSAN has launched two exclusive films celebrating its role as the official automotive partner of the British Olympic Association and British Paralympic Association as the final countdown to the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games begins. With just under 100 days to go until the Games, the
AN NMGB Aftersales Performance Manager is in training for the biggest sporting challenge of her life after securing a last minute place to run in the London Marathon. Kim Sperring, who looks after dealers in Zone 1, bagged the eleventh hour place from the British Paralympic Association in February
VOLUNTEERING in the community can be exciting and entertaining and it’s almost always rewarding. For Neil Balderson though, it’s literally a matter of life and death. Neil, a Senior Engineer at NTCE, is chairman of Northamptonshire Search and Rescue – one of 36 teams of dedicated and expert