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The sports car collaboration between Aston Martin and Red Bull won't be available until 2019.
Aston Martin may be about to follow in the footsteps of Ferrari and launch an initial public offering. People familiar with the matter told Bloomberg that a decision hasn’t been made and that Aston Martin is waiting for its 2017 financial results before proceeding further. Should the go-ahead be given by the current owners, the sports car...
Being a multi-million dollar pitchman isn't as easy as it sounds
The Patriots quarterback is the new face of Aston Martin.
The notion of American football being included in a non-pickup automotive advertisement is already ridiculous. I have nothing against the NFL personally. It has an exceptionally broad appeal, but it evokes a sort of blue-collar stars and stripes forever type of pride that makes it a superb platform to promote army recruitment and Ford’s F-150. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Aston Martin announced none other than all-pro New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had signed on for future promotional efforts. Now, we have a better idea what Brady will be doing with the British luxury brand. Aston Martin revealed Brady will star in a new content series titled "Category of One," likely a small nod to...
The move was a huge boon for the Italian automaker. Continue reading Aston Martin may soon follow Ferrari with a London IPO Aston Martin may soon follow Ferrari with a London IPO originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 19 May 2017 15:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Rumors that Aston Martin is destined for an initial public offering, either eventually or imminently, have persisted ever since former parent Ford offloaded the British luxury marque in 2007. The brand has come a long way since FordShow More Summary
Tom Brady sure has been grabbing his share of headlines this offseason. Thankfully, they’re not all concussion or stolen-jersey-related. The NFL icon will be partnering up with Aston Martin to design 12 limited edition Aston Martin DB11s as the car maker gears up for the subsequent release of the DB12. As part of new deal […]
Would you buy a car simply because Tom Brady endorses it?
Tom Brady’s getting to create his own BIG MONEY Aston Martin... and you can be one of 12 proud owners if you’re willing to shell out around $300k. Brady just announced his partnership with AM – a luxury car brand the superstar QB…
Brady currently has endorsement deals with Under Armour, Movado and UGG
Few manufacturers of really expensive cars spend much money on advertising because most consumers can’t afford or won’t buy really expensive cars. Aston Martin has decided to buck that trend. Via SportsBusiness Daily, the British company has announced a long-term partnership with Tom Brady, who will “curate” his own version of the Aston Martin Vanquish…
Tom Brady is signing a new endorsement deal with Aston Martin, and part of the deal includes a curious clause: He gets to design a car. via @DarrenRovell, Twitter It’s reported that only 12 of the Brady-designed cars will ever be sold,...Show More Summary
Patriots QB will “curate” his version of 580 horsepower coupe costing more than $300,000.
The Brady-curated car will debut later this summer. Continue reading Aston Martin and Tom Brady partner for new content series Aston Martin and Tom Brady partner for new content series originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 19 May 2017 08:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments