Tom Wood Nissan's own Director of Client Services David Kraft was a guest at the annual Japan-America Society of Indiana
Gala, held Tuesday night at the Indiana Roof Ballroom. The Gala is an
annual event held to celebrate Indiana businesses that have a mutually
beneficial relationship with the Japanese, including Nissan, Eli Lilly and Company, Barnes & Thornburg, and Duke Energy,
to name a few. Political dignitaries from both Japan and Indiana are
always welcomed, as well. Former Indiana Governors Bob Orr and Mitch
Daniels have attended in the past, and this year Governor Mike Pence was
in attendance. David…
Nissan has something unique to share at Auto Shanghai 2013
with the global unveiling of their new concept car, Friend-ME, on April
20. Chinese designers working at Nissan Design China in Beijing were
fully engaged in the design and development process of Friend-ME, which
features a unique center console that allows "Four Seats, One Mind
Connectivity" - equal information sharing among all aboard. Friend-ME is
designed for the vibrant, young generation in China, one of most
exciting segments in the fastest-growing automobile markets in the
world. If the concept is successful, it's something we might see here in
Nissan recognizes the importance of encouraging women to explore career paths in the technology field, and hope to attract more employees like Jennifer Hill. Hill is a former Tennessee Titans and Nashville Predators cheerleader. She is also a process engineer and manager at Nissan Motor Company. "I wanted to dance and I also wanted to pursue a career in technology, and I decided to do both," said Hill, during a keynote address at a DigiGirlz...
Nissan debuted its Resonance crossover concept at the North American International Auto Show last week, and it proves to be a bold declaration of the vision Nissan has for the future of the crossover segment. It looks modern and familiar, high-tech but welcoming all at once.
The open glass roof gives passengers a unique panoramic view of the world and floating elements like the roof lining add to the sense of space and airy lightness...
The 2013 North American International Auto Show starts next week in Detroit, and Nissan will be there with something special; new sights, sounds and scents will greet visitors at Nissan's all-new display. At the show, Nissan will debut its new global auto show stand design featuring multi-level flooring for vehicle displays, an amphitheater-style stage and soaring architectural elements. The interactive space includes intuitive technology and sensory marketing to provide show goers a unique immersive...
Tom Wood Automotive is helping the City of Indianapolis stay on the cutting edge of green vehicle adoption after the introduction of a new mandate
for an oil-free vehicle fleet. An Executive Order signed by Mayor Greg
Ballard yesterday mandates that Indianapolis replace its current fleet
of city-owned sedans with electric and other non-oil burning vehicles by
2025. Mayor Ballard hopes that introducing electric and other
alternative fuel powered vehicles will reduce and eventually eliminate
our dependence on foreign oil, thus saving lives and strengthening our
foreign policy leverage.
Tom Wood Nissan recently held an open house showcasing their sales and service departments, but instead of focusing on Altimas and oil changes
everyone's attention was focused on Charli! Charli is a miniature horse
owned by Tom Wood Nissan Customer Relations Manager Chris VanArsdale.
And yes, she is wearing orange running shoes.
87 open house attendees fell in love with Charli, who turns 8 months
old today. When she's not acting as...