Best of L.A. Auto Show 2017 – Simply Gum Branded Entertainment – David J. Murrietta Nissan Star Wars Interview Part #2 – FuTurXTV – HHBMedia – David L. “Money Train” Watts – David Velo Stewart

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We started Simply Gum because we wanted a gum that was natural and delicious. A gum that we’d be proud to c...
We started Simply Gum because we wanted a gum that was natural and delicious. A gum that we’d be proud to chew and proud to share. It turns out that regular chewing gum is made of a plastic base and filled with questionable substances like aspartame and BHT. Consumers are kept in the dark because the FDA allows brands to hide synthetic ingredients in the catch-all term "gum base" on the label. We knew we could do better. And so we created a line of chewing gum, followed by a line of breath mints, that reflect our core values: Real ingredients, delicious flavors, and beautiful packaging. Nissan is banking on still having the force. After a successful tie-up between Nissan's Rogue sport utility vehicle and the "Star Wars" franchise a year ago, Nissan is back with a "Star Wars"-themed promotion across its 2018 product line at this year's L.A. Auto Show. The automaker plans to display modified, "Star Wars"-themed versions of not only the Rogue, but also the Rogue Sport compact SUV and the Altima and Maxima sedans, among others. There will be seven of the concept vehicles overall. They're tied to the upcoming movie, "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," set for release Dec. 15. Nissan especially wants to align the film's futuristic motif with its Nissan Intelligent Mobility system that includes emergency braking and other collision-avoidance features.
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