Free cars up for grabs as Nissan backs Galway’s leaders and champions

The search for ten Nissan Generation Next ambassadors was launched by the members of the class of 2015. Pictured back row (l-r) Alan Cadogan, Monika Dukarska, Paul O'Donovan, Gareth Sheridan, Ciara Judge; middle row (l-r) Catherine McManus, Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe, Jenny Egan; front row (l-r) Emer Hickey, Rebecca Marsden.

The search for ten Nissan Generation Next ambassadors was launched by the members of the class of 2015. Pictured back row (l-r) Alan Cadogan, Monika Dukarska, Paul O'Donovan, Gareth Sheridan, Ciara Judge; middle row (l-r) Catherine McManus, Arthur Lanigan-O'Keeffe, Jenny Egan; front row (l-r) Emer Hickey, Rebecca Marsden.

Nissan is giving away a new, taxed and insured car or van to anyone in Galway who has what it takes to become one of Ireland’s future leaders and champions.

Innovators and movers and shakers from all walks of life across the county have a golden opportunity to win a new Nissan for a year to get ahead on their journey to success, courtesy of Nissan and local dealer Windsor Galway.

It is part of the innovative Nissan Generation Next ambassador programme, which is back for a third year.

“We are looking for people who are confident, focused and passionate about what they do in life and who could use a new, taxed and insured Nissan to help them achieve their goals,” says Michael Butler, Nissan sales manager at Windsor Galway.

“Nissan Generation Next is designed to support ambitious people who are driven to succeed. Nissan has already put 20 of Ireland’s new generation of leaders and champions on the road to success, and anyone from Galway could be next.”

The class of 2015 included Gareth Sheridan (25 ) whose company Nutriband produces transdermal patches that deliver nutrients and vitamins through the skin. With new production facilities in North American and worldwide distribution agreements, Sheridan is well on track to creating a global brand.

Arthur Lanigan O’Keeffe (23 ) recorded history when he became the first Irish pentathlete to win gold at the 2015 European Modern Pentathlon Championships, securing his place as a medal contender at the Rio Olympic Games, while fashion designer Rebecca Marsden (26 ) was named Irish Designer of the Year on her way to establishing her label and establishing her career in the fashion capitals of London and Milan.

“Nissan Generation Next ambassadors exemplify what it takes to make it on the national and world stage. They forge ahead with tenacity and determination and their ability to focus on what they want to achieve and to overcome the obstacles and challenges that they encounter is truly inspirational,” says Michael Butler.

HOW TO APPLY

Applicants for the 2016 Nissan Generation Next progamme can apply online at www.nissangenerationnext.ie

Applicants will be requested to briefly outline why they are an ideal candidate for Nissan Generation Next and how Nissan can help them to achieve the goals. Family members and friends can also make applications on behalf of individuals whom they consider to be an ideal Nissan Generation Next ambassador.

The closing date for applications is Tuesday May 10, 2016.

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