Nissan Project Titan Short Film with Wounded Warrior Project released

project_titan_13Nissan took two Wounded Warrior Project Alumni, David Guzman and Kevin McMahon, into the Alaskan wilderness for a two-week adventure. Backed by a crowd-sourced Nissan Titan pickup truck and a schedule of great adventure, the two men met up with other veterans and those who spend their days helping them.

In an effort to further honor all veterans, Nissan and Wounded Warrior Project will participate with Project Titan in today’s 16th Annual Houston Salutes American Heroes Veterans Day Parade in downtown Houston.

“When David Guzman and Kevin McMahon set out on this adventure, it was our goal to capture the excitement in a way that would truly represent the enthusiastic spirit of these American heroes alongside one of the toughest trucks on the planet,” said Fred Diaz, senior vice president, Nissan Sales & Marketing and Operations U.S. “After months of preparation and diligent work, we’ve done just that in the form of this episode. We’re ecstatic to have the opportunity to launch this on Veterans Day as a way to thank and honor Kevin and David, who serve as outstanding representatives for all Wounded Warrior Project Alumni.”

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