To introduce the new 2020 Nissan Titan truck, the automaker invited dealers from around the country to a remote ranch in Salt Lake City, UT. The dealers were able to get a firsthand look and feel for the new vehicle. Gordinier Group drivers and product specialists assisted in marketing efforts by developing an off-road trail that would display the new truck and its capabilities. GG staff moved waves of dealers through the trails highlighting all the new attributes of the vehicle.
Gordinier Group staff and the 2020 Gladiator joined the migration to the Jeep Invasion 2019 event going on near Silver Lake Sand Dunes in Mears, Michigan. Jeeps from all over the country descended upon the area for an all-out Jeepin’ weekend. What a perfect venue to give Jeep lovers the opportunity to experience the Gladiator first hand and play in the mud. The weather created the perfect day for the true mudder at heart. The 20-minute trail ride gave way to quite a variety of organic obstacles to highlight the off-road skills of the new vehicle. Of course there was no doubt….it is a Jeep.
Gordinier Group constructed a rugged off-road course at the Daytona Motor Speedway specifically designed to showcase the new 2020 Jeep Gladiator.
GG staff then navigated the event thrill seekers through the robust course to show off the new vehicle’s capabilities. Jeep boasts that the Gladiator is built to be a true pickup truck AND backed by legendary Jeep Brand 4 x 4 capability.
The Jeep aficionados in Daytona went wild for the new addition to the Jeep family!
— Jeep (@Jeep) May 2, 2019
The Gordinier Group team brought in the holidays with Santa! With Ram being a proud sponsor of the 2018 Nashville Christmas Parade, Gordinier Group drivers geared up for the task of pulling the festive parade floats for all to enjoy. As the title sponsor of the parade, Ram trucks towed all of the parade floats, including the life-size gingerbread float that housed Santa. Ram provided 15 trucks in all, as well as, provided seats for many heartwarming patients and their families from Monroe Carell Jr Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt to enjoy the parade first hand.
It was smiles all around!