Suresh Raina Appointed as a Brand Ambassador For IPOL
Suresh Raina has had a lot to handle in the past few days from rejection on the field to some respite off it.
Raina has been in the news for some reason or the other, of late, but this time, it’s good news. Raina has been appointed as the brand ambassador for IPOL lubricants which is a signature brand for industrial oil segment of GP petroleum limited group.
Raina has signed a one-year contract with the oil company and will be the prime face for them in their marketing strategies. Raina will be actively involved in various marketing strategies to be rolled out by the corporation in the coming year.
Raina, who missed out on a berth in the Indian squad for the upcoming Sri Lanka tour had something to cheer about and was very pleased to be associated with the company.
He is looking forward to helping IPOL achieve their desires in the market and dominate their rivals. Raina said,
“It is a pleasure to associate with GP Petroleums, being a well-established name in the lubricant industry. I am glad to take this opportunity further and wish to see IPOL capturing market share of competitive brands. I look forward to taking the brand IPOL to different levels.”
Raina along with Yuvraj Singh have failed to pass the ‘Yo-Yo’ endurance which resulted in his ouster from the ODI squad and has expressed his desire to play for the country in the next 50 over World Cup in 2019.
He is quite optimistic that he will be able to regain his spot in the team soon and has already begun his training for the upcoming domestic season where he will be leading the Uttar Pradesh Ranji Team.
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