Nissan Joins Wounded Warrior Project for Special Veterans Day Presentation - Video
“Project Titan” Short Film to Debut on History2 Channel November 11
Nissan and the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) announced their short film, “Project Titan,” would debut on Veterans Day on the History2 Channel. “Project Titan” follows the expedition through Alaska that two WWP alumni took in September using a specially outfitted Nissan Titan.
The Titan, which initially appeared to be a simple publicity stunt for Nissan, was built by “crowdsourcing.” Fans of the Nissan Trucks Facebook page were allowed to vote on what modifications would be made to the truck, similar to the company’s earlier 370Z sports car project.
However, in March of this year, Nissan made the truck a bit more meaningful, announcing that “Project Titan” would be a collaborative effort with WWP, the organization that raises awareness of the problems and injuries that many veterans face.
In September, after the Titan’s build process was finished, WWP alumni David Guzman and Kevin McMahon and outdoorsman Joe Byers took the specially outfitted truck on a 10-day Alaskan adventure. Joined by a film crew, the expedition inspired the “Project Titan” short film. The History2 Channel will show the film at 11 p.m. EST, and the film will also be available all day on Nissan’s YouTube channel, Xbox Live, and Hulu.
Nissan released a trailer for the film last week, which is embedded below. Check out the entire film tomorrow, and to all of the veterans reading, thank you for your service. Your nation and its citizens are profoundly indebted to you and your families.