"Through a multi-year agreement that builds on a long relationship with ESPN, Honda has launched an integrated marketing campaign in support of ESPN's college football programming, extending the automaker's reach to a younger, more active audience. Honda will have a presence during college football segments in SportsCenter and Honda's groundbreaking, 360-degree music platform, Honda Stage (www.youtube.com/hondastage), now becomes the new musical soundtrack to ESPN's college football programming for the 2014 season. The designation as "Official Music Sponsor of ESPN College Football" and presenting sponsor of the ESPN2 College Football Final "Helmet Stickers" segment kicked off with ESPN's season-opening matchups on Saturday, Aug. 30."
"Honda will showcase several of its latest developments in intelligent transportation technology at the 2014 ITS World Congress in Detroit, Sept. 7 through 11. Activities include a first-ever U.S. demonstration of Honda's automated driving technology with industry-leading capabilities such as automated freeway merging, exiting and lane changing, which will be demonstrated on actual Detroit freeways, as well as a unique vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) "virtual tow" capability for assisting a driver in distress."
"Honda today unveiled the newest associate profile in its popular 12-part What Makes a Honda is Who Makes a Honda video series. Cynthia Simons, who is an assistant manager at the Customer Support Center in Chino, California is featured not only for her commitment to customers, but her commitment to the community."
"The Honda Battle of the Bands is set to make a triumphant return to Atlanta January 24, 2015, when eight of the most prestigious marching bands from America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) will take the Georgia Dome by storm with their incredible musical talent and electrifying showmanship."
"Just six months after the landmark installation of two power-producing wind turbines at Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc., the turbines are producing more renewable, low emissions electrical power than was anticipated when the towers went into operation in January."