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Marico ropes in Ranveer Singh as Brand Ambassador of Set Wet Deodorants

08-December-2015
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Marico ropes in Ranveer Singh as Brand Ambassador of Set Wet Deodorants

Marico has announced Ranveer Singh as the new face and brand ambassador of Set Wet deodorants.

Set Wet had undergone a successful repositioning last year with the Sada Sexy Raho campaign. Marico has announced the signing of Ranveer Singh as the brand ambassador for the Set Wet deodorant portfolio who will now further drive the philosophy of ‘Sada Sexy Raho’.

On the introduction of the newest brand ambassador for Set Wet Deodorants, Anuradha Aggarwal, Chief Marketing Officer, Marico Limited said, “We are delighted to have Ranveer Singh as the face of our Set Wet range of deodorant range.  Apart from being probably the most popular star in the brand target consumer, Ranveer also happens to live the brand philosophy of Sada Sexy Raho. Brand Set Wet extolls young men to give up inhibitions & let their charm & passion show in everything they do - a philosophy Ranveer himself lives by. I think Ranveer & Set Wet are a potent mix with which we can create magic."

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