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Nissan Canada invites Canadians to connect

- A new Facebook contest reward fans of the Nissan LEAF and improves the Canadian landscape -

Quite recently, Nissan Canada has laid the foundations for a new program to reward fans of the Nissan LEAF and improve the Canadian landscape. In collaboration with Tree Canada, Nissan Canada will plant a tree every time the option "Like" is selected on the Facebook page of the Nissan LEAF, to a maximum of 12,500 trees. To give the kick off of the program, employees of Nissan Canada and Tree Canada joined forces to plant 50 trees in the Moccasin Trail Park, located at Toronto East.

The event took place on October 5 - one of the two days devoted by Nissan planting trees in urban areas - has also marked the launch of the national contest "Trees connect us." Component already active platform for passionate Nissan LEAF and the environment, the Facebook page devoted to ecological vehicle represents the central access to participate in "Trees connect us." Users who click "Like" may participate in the grand draw to win either a sailing adventure of four days on the Pacific coast, British Columbia, is a six-day excursion on the Atlantic coast, a Newfoundland and Labrador, for whale watching.

"The recent arrival in Canada of the fully electric Nissan LEAF has created thousands of Canadian fans who see this car the symbol of sustainable mobility without emissions", stated Judy Wheeler, director of marketing Nissan Canada Inc. " The program "Trees connect us" we will interact more with fans of the vehicle on the Facebook page of the Nissan LEAF and offer them a forum where they can discuss sustainable mobility and the environment. In addition, the program is also a way for us to pay tribute to the fans and recognize the value of the Canadian environment by offering an interesting price. At Nissan, we appreciate actually support the online community to our unwavering commitment to considerably reduce the CO2 emissions. "

"As we move towards a world low carbon emissions, we are extremely proud to have Nissan as sponsor for two reasons. The first, for the revolutionary ecological technology of the Nissan LEAF and the fact that it occupies a leading position in the industry as the first electric car built in a precise goal and produced a large scale. The second, to the decision by Nissan to plant thousands of trees with us, trees absorb large amounts of carbon dioxide presented to the atmosphere. "Stated Michael Rosen, President of Tree Canada . "In this regard, our two organizations have a common goal of producing a direct and concrete on the improvement of the environment. Thousands of trees plants in collaboration with Nissan will undoubtedly create a more blooming and healthier communities. "

Tree Canada will provide the tools and resources required for the planting of 12,500 trees that will take place between May and June 2012. "Contest Trees connect us" caters to all Canadian residents and ends on November 18. The winners will be announced on November 30. To learn more about the contest, see the link facebook.com / NissanLEAFCanada and follow @ NissanLEAF_CAN on Twitter.

More information on the Nissan LEAF, including the complete press kit, images and b-roll are available at the address www.media.nissan.ca or on request.

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