Nissan Philippines donated 1,100 meals to medical frontliners at the Research Institute of Tropical Medicine (RITM) who are fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. Members of the Nissan Urvan Pilipinas supported Nissan PH’s meal donation by helping deliver the meals to RITM.
Present in the meal turn over are president and managing director of Nissan PH Atsushi Najima, president and CEO of Binalot Fiesta Foods Rommel Juan, Nissan Urvan Pilipinas president Jay Jose, and Officer-in-Charge assistant director of RITM Dr. Beatriz Quiambao.
Nissan Philippines donation turn over to RITM
The meals were distributed to RITM staff, doctors, nurses, and medical technicians who are tirelessly handling patients with COVID-19.
“Nissan’s vision of enriching people’s lives is a commitment to our customers and our communities. We aim to contribute in the fight against the pandemic in every way we can, from ensuring the health of our people and customers in our workplaces, to supporting our medical frontliners through this donation,” said Atsushi Najima, president and managing director of Nissan in the Philippines.
The donations made by Nissan Philippines
The meal donation is Nissan’s continuous support for our medical frontliners who are working relentlessly to keep Filipinos safe. Not a long time ago, Nissan released a tribute video showing its efforts to support our frontliners, as well as the appreciation given by our frontliners to Nissan.
The tribute video features the song “Hibla ng Alaala,” which was written by Nissan PH general manager for sales Rolando Navarro.
This was made possible thanks to Nissan Urvan Pilipinas Club
Furthermore, Nissan PH Nissan PH reworked its official website to make it more accessible and more functional for customers amid new normal. The website also provides a virtual showroom that displays Nissan’s lineup so that customers won’t need to leave their homes to make an inquiry of their dream Nissan vehicle.
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