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 S.
As part of the deal, Brady gets to drive around an Aston Martin DB11, which is pretty cool I guess. "Tom and Aston Martin are similarly aligned in their path to excellence". A company rep said it "might be hard to tell" if Brady's endorsement will help them sell any more than usual.
Brady's deal will include a content series in which the quarterback will share what drives him while being featured with his vehicle.
It's a vehicle that Brady certainly can afford, but the starting price tag of $211,995 means most fans won't be able to copy him.
Trump's Laptop, Tablet Ban On Flights From Europe Delayed -- For Now
Under the proposal, travelers with electronic devices larger than a cell phone would be required to carry them as checked luggage. With the USA pushing to expand the ban, and other groups suggesting it should be rolled back, we may be at a tipping point.
According to Rovell, Aston Martin usually manufactures just 4,000 cars a year, less than 1,000 of which are sold in the United States.
Aston Martin has announced that they have begun a long-term partnership with National Football League superstar Tom Brady. My team and I are looking forward to this creative collaboration as we continue to roll out Aston Martin's "Second Century' plan".
Yeah, life is good for the five-time Super Bowl champion.
- Warriors trounce Spurs, take 2-0 series lead
- Lidl's Response To The Millennial Avocado Toast Housing Epidemic Is Brilliant
- UK's Liberal Democrats promise new Brexit vote if elected
- Brazilian President Says He Won't Resign Over Hush Money Allegations
- Solère contraint de démissionner de la présidence du groupe LR — Région IDF
- Morning Joe Mocks Waters to Her Face About Her Impeachment Fixation
- Yet Another Presidential Corruption Scandal in Brazil
- US extends Iran nuclear sanctions relief
- Vietnam urges prevention of WannaCry ransomware
- Nigerian University Rocked by Blasts, 1 Person Dead