With football season in full swing, now is the perfect time to partake in the Nissan Car Care 2012 MVP Event. What’s in it for you? You’ll receive a 100 Point Courtesy Check-up on your Nissan car, truck, van, or SUV when you bring it to your participating Nissan dealer between October 1st and October 31st, 2012. After the check-up, you’ll get a detailed diagnostic review of the ‘health’ of your vehicle. If your Nissan requires service after the check-up, you’ll also be able to take advantage of valuable offers for services performed by our expert Nissan technicians.
Wait, there’s more! During the Nissan Car Care 2012 MVP Event you can also register to win two tickets to attent the 78th annual Heisman Memorial Trophy Gala. This elite event is held in New York City on December 10, 2012. The prize package includes round-trip travel accommodations for two people to New York City, a three-night stay between December 8, 2012 and December 11, 2012, and two tickets to the Heisman Memorial Trophy Gala dinner. If that’s not enough, the winner will also receive $300 spending money to enjoy during their stay in the Big Apple.
So what are you waiting for? Head over to www.jamescerantinissan.net to enter the contest today. A complete list of contest rules and regulations is available online.
Walking into a Nissan dealership, you hope to receive the best service. This includes knowledgeable and highly-trained associates on the sales floor and in the service center. Nissan expects the same from its dealerships across the country, a philosophy that fuels their commitment to build training facilities across the United States.
“Making sure that we have service technicians, service advisors, sales people trained on the new product, trained on the new technology is vital because as these vehicles are going to be hitting the market. We want to make sure we have the most informed dealer technicians and dealer sales people as we can,” said Nissan Americas Vice Chairman Bill Krueger.
The latest Nissan and Infiniti training facility will be the largest in the nation. The 31,000 square foot building in New Jersey will train service advisors, sales people and service technicians. Here, they will learn about new Nissan and Infiniti products and technologies so that they can better serve their customers back home.
“The more that my technicians know, the happier my customers will be. They’ll know things were fixed right the first time,” said Connecticut Infiniti dealer Shane Hyland. “So when a customer comes in knowing that I’ve got the factory trained technicians, knowing they have the experience, I’d feel a lot more confident dropping my car off to them than I would somebody who says they can work on my car.”
The first Nissan and Infiniti training center opened in 2009. Four years and 15 million dollars later, Nissan has continued its investment in training with additional facilities in Tennessee, California, Texas, and Washington D.C. Each training center serves the respectively surrounding area. The New Jersey training center will service Nissan and Infiniti dealerships in the Northeast.