Nissan Of Dalton To Name 2018 Drive It Forward Winner Of New Nissan Versa

Monday, August 20, 2018

Starting in 2016, Nissan of Dalton launched Drive It Forward, a community involvement event in which one outstanding member of the Dalton-area community that really makes a difference was nominated to receive a new Nissan Versa. Last year, Brian Shook was the first winner of the 2017 campaign, taking home the new car.

Mountain View Nissan of Dalton General Manager Thomas Williams on Tuesday at 6 p.m. will draw from six candidates for the 2018 winner who will take home a new 2018 Nissan Versa S.   

Drive It Forward finalists for 2018 include Charlotte Tankersley, Brady Walters, Jarek Wilkins, Shawn Stanley, Catalina Moncayo, and Tom Phillips.

Speaking of these individuals, Mr. Williams said “Each of our candidates put others first, every single day. We have no way to repay their service and dedication to our community, but we are proud to take a moment to honor them.” 

 




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