Gillette India has announced Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan as the brand ambassador for Gillette Vector Plus. Irfan’s continuous inspiring and match-winning performances, determination to give the best to his team and the fact that he is truly a ‘self made man’, are all qualities that mirror the brand values of Gillette Vector Plus, which stands for giving consumers the confidence of looking their best and facing each day with renewed enthusiasm each time they shave with the system.
Sumeet Narang, Regional Business Manager, Blades and Razors, India, Pakistan and South Asia, Gillette India, said, “Gillette Vector Pus was designed and developed by us specially for the Indian market as part of our vision to enable Indian men to have the unmatched Gillette quality shaving experience at a very affordable price. Ever since its launch, Vector Plus has been accepted by millions of Indian men, who start their day with the ‘Winning Edge’ feeling that only a Gillette shave can provide.”
Narang further said, “I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Irfan Pathan as the first brand ambassador for Gillette Vector Plus. Irfan truly personifies the qualities of Gillette Vector Plus by being an honest, smart and self-made winner. Irfan is one of the most popular faces in Indian cricket today and is viewed by millions of Indian men as a role model.”
Pathan is the first brand ambassador to be signed on by Gillette Vector Plus. His contract with Gillette India Ltd entails close association with the brand by participating in various promotional activities for the brand.
Commenting on his association with Gillette Vector Plus, Pathan said, “It is an honour to be associated with Gillette, the world’s most renowned shaving brand. I only associate with products that I believe are the best and deliver unmatched quality. I personally use Gillette products as they offer the best shave and I can vouch for the unmatched shaving quality that Gillette Vector Plus offers. Further, all my fans can afford it as Gillette Vector Plus is designed and priced for the Indian market.”