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Virat Kohli signs up as brand ambassador for Valvoline Cummins

22-October-2016
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Virat Kohli signs up as brand ambassador for Valvoline Cummins

In an aggressive move that signals its serious intent to be a major player in the highly competitive engine oil category in the country, Valvoline Cummins India has signed up Virat Kohli as its ambassador for the Valvoline brand. As part of the association, Virat will be the face of Valvoline engine oils and lubricants range.

Addressing the strategic importance of this initiative, Sandeep Kalia, CEO, Valvoline Cummins India said, “Virat epitomizes the same values that Valvoline Cummins stands for – excellence, high performance and consistent quality, values that make both Virat Kohli and Valvoline unstoppable.” Further elaborating the same, he added, “It’s a perfect match in more ways than one, especially in light of the fact that both Virat and Valvoline have always set new benchmarks in their respective fields.”

On this association with Valvoline, Kohli said, “Pioneers appeal to me and Valvoline is clearly one in the engine oil category. Valvoline has been Unstoppable during its 150 year history, with an impressive track record of innovations, it is a legendary brand that continues to be a winner today and one I am indeed extremely proud to be associated with.”

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