June 28, 2002

Nissan Canada announces new President

Mississauga, Ontario – Nissan Canada has announced that longtime employee Brad Bradshaw will become the company’s new president. Bradshaw will replace Mamoru Yoshida, who will return to Japan for a new assignment with Nissan.

“This move lets us take advantage of Brad’s nearly 20 years of experience in the sales, marketing and distribution of Nissan and Infiniti vehicles,” said Norio Matsumura, executive vice president, overseas operations, Nissan Motor Company.

Bradshaw’s prior experience with Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) includes numerous regional, sales and marketing positions, including field sales manager, advertising manager, director of Nissan marketing, director of financial operations, regional vice president of the Southwest region, vice president of marketing, and most recently, regional vice president of the Southeast region. In addition, Bradshaw previously worked for Ford Motor Company and Subaru of America, Inc. in various sales and marketing positions.

Bradshaw earned his bachelor’s of science in business administration from Western Carolina University and his MBA from Georgia State University.

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