Nissan Ireland is responsible for distributing the full range of Nissan new cars, commercial vehicles / vans and forklifts within the Republic of Ireland.
Established in 1977, Nissan has been at the forefront of the Irish motor industry ever since. This is achieved by a potent combination of aggressive sales and marketing strategies coupled with an extremely strong customer service philosophy.
Nissan Ireland is a well-established player in the Irish Motor Industry and has been prominently involved in a number of high profile award winning marketing and sponsorship activities over the years. These include:
Nissan Irish Open Golf Championship
Nissan Ireland were the title sponsors of the Nissan Irish Open for a four year period from 2003 – 2006. During their title sponsorship reign Nissan Ireland brought the tournament to the following venues:
2003 Portmarnock Golf Club, Co. Dublin
2004 Co. Louth Golf Club, Baltray, Co Louth
2005 Carton House, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
2006 Carton House, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
This sponsorship enabled Nissan Ireland to further build brand value in the Irish marketplace by association with a major sporting occasion close to the heart of the Irish consumer. The event also added an international dimension to Nissan Ireland’s marketing activities guaranteeing brand and corporate exposure in the media, nationally and internationally.
Nissan Classic International Cycling Race 1985 -1992
An initiative of Nissan Ireland, this prestigious international event became an integral part of the global name change from Datsun to Nissan.
Arts & Education
Nissan Ireland is also a prominent supporter of Arts & Education in Irish society. The company sponsors many projects which have successfully forged strong links with the community while fostering good corporate relations. The company takes its corporate citizenship very seriously and realises the important role of education and art in today’s society.
To that end Nissan Ireland involvement includes positive links with Trinity College Dublin, The Irish Museum of Modern Art and the Royal Hibernian Academy.