Nissan lures feathered pickup customers with fish
If Nissan hermes Motor Co. Frontier compact pickup as more, well, American, maybe the company’s marketing team should take a gander at YouTube.
The video below has generated more than 2 hermes 81,768 views since it was loaded last week.
Here’s what the voiceover could say is happening: A convocation of bald eagles a patriotic icon of the United States is feasting in th hermes e bed of a Frontier pickup in Alaska.
What’s really happening: Bald eagles are devouring pieces of fish left in a garbage bag in the bed of a Frontier parked at a grocery store in Unalaska, Alaska, one of a string of volcanic islands that form the Aleutian Arc and separate the Bering Sea from the north Pacific Ocean.
In response to the video, Josh Clifton, Nissan public relations product speci hermes alist, couldn’t resist an easy plug: “Well, nine out of 10 bald eagles prefer American design, American tested and the American built line of Nissan pickup trucks so it wasn’t much of a surprise to us.”