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Omega to bring brand ambassador Pierce Brosnan to Mumbai

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Omega to bring brand ambassador Pierce Brosnan to Mumbai

Omega has decided to bring its brand ambassador Pierce Brosnan to Mumbai on February 21 and organising a 'Tea with Brosnan' contest for the Indian fans. As a prelude to the visit, an Omega-Pierce Brosnan Film Festival will be held at Inox, Mumbai from February 18-21. There will be a promotional nationwide contest on air on Star One and Star World from this week.

Speaking on Brosnan's visit to India, Stephen Urquhart, President, Omega International, said, "With the increasing popularity of Omega watches in India, it was imperative that we honour our distinguished customers and give them exclusive access to one of our leading international brand ambassadors when he launches the Seamaster in India."

The festival will show four Brosnan's Bond movies, Laws of Attraction, Robinson Crusoe, Evelyn and Thomas Crown Affair. The contest forms will be available with the movie tickets. For fans outside Mumbai, the contest will be on Star One and Star World and they can participate through SMS. Winners of the contest will either win an Omega Seamaster or get to meet Pierce Brosnan.


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