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Published on Jan 5, 2012
Often, we complain about "Corporate America" and all the red tape involved. Those of us who live in Middle TN are so fortunate to know each and every one of the Nissan employees from entry level positions to CEO. Although this video is amazing - it still does no justice in how this random act of kindness made one little 7 year old and 4 year old boy's feel. They didn't just give Clinton and Max a ride in the very awesome GT-R - they connected with them. Every department (in less than 24 hours) made signs, gave gifts, clapped for them and showed them what they could do. We are humbled and forever grateful. Clinton said things like "we already have a paint shop, but this one is awesome", to "they know my name" to "Lori, you have to know how to power shift". When you see Max peeking through the closed locked doors -- this is typical Max. (yes, that's a glimpse of me running to see what's behind that door too -it was chairs!). When Clinton controlled the robot and it selected a file welcoming Clinton and Max, Max exclaimed "Lori, that robot knows MY name". As it should Max, as it should. This video is being posted by Lori Woodard-Hoyt, and not by Nissan, but with their permission. I invite you to share it with the world - and let everyone you know that especially in Smyrna, TN, Nissan North America knows how to be the most excellent corporate neighbor.