Nissan dealerships pay tribute to COVID-19 frontliners

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Nissan dealer partners around the country have united to give tribute to the modern day heroes of COVID-19, by conducting relief efforts for frontliners in the fight against the pandemic.

Nissan Clark employees prepared and distributed 270 food packs with messages of gratitude to various frontline health workers in Pampanga City’s major hospitals.

The dealership, owned and managed by the Laus Group of Companies, also donated face masks, personal protective equipment and face shields to the City Government of Pampanga. They also gave face masks and personal protective equipment to the Provincial Government of Bulacan to help protect the frontliners as they work hard to contain the disease and keep everyone safe. The group also donated face masks and personal protective equipment to the Provincial Hospital of Pampanga and Diosdado Macapagal Hospital.

Tetra Sales and Services and its LICA Group affiliates offered free Nissan vehicle rentals for frontliners. In partnership with Hertz Philippines, medical personnel and health workers were offered free self-drive Nissan vehicle rentals of units such as Nissan Sylphy, Almera, and Urvan to transport themselves to various health facilities.

In addition, the Nissan dealers have also been supporting the frontliners in other ways, such as accommodating medical workers in LICA Group-owned hotels and dormitories in the Manila area. The group has also been preparing and distributing thousands of healthy meal packs for frontline workers from various hospitals in Metro Manila.

Nissan Tacloban has been distributing food for soldiers and police officers assigned at the checkpoints of Ormoc City and Tacloban City. The dealership, owned by the Chan Group of companies, also gave out food packs for medical professionals and hospital staff of various hospitals in Tacloban City.

Finally, Nissan in the Philippines General Manager for Sales Rolando Navarro paid tribute to the front liners by offering an original song he wrote and produced. His song “Hibla ng Alaala” and music video recognize the frontliners’ dedication and passion for serving the Filipino people in the midst of this crisis.

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