Nissan Employees Give $1.3 Million to United Way

Nissan Employees Give $1.3 Million to United Way  
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on 08/27/2007

Source: Nissan

For the 14th consecutive year, employees at Nissan North America have contributed more than $1 million to support the United Way. Nissan employees who work in the company’s plants in Tennessee and Mississippi and in its Nashville headquarters have donated a total of $1.3 million to benefit people served by nonprofit agencies in their local communities. “Year after year, Nissan employees give generously to the United Way to support people in need,” said Mark Sharp, director, Trim & Chassis Engineering, and chair of the campaigns at the Smyrna and Decherd plants. “At a time when it seems there are so many issues in our society, it’s encouraging to see solutions being offered through United Way agencies. I’m glad that we’re able to be a part of those solutions.”

In addition to the donations from individual employees, Nissan made corporate donations totaling $75,000. The funds will be given to the United Way organizations in the Tennessee and Mississippi counties where its main operations are based.

In North America, Nissan operations include automotive styling, design, engineering, consumer and corporate financing, sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing. More information about Nissan in North America and the complete line of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles can be found online at and

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