Tom Brady Inks Endorsement Deal With Ashton Martin

Tom Brady Inks Endorsement Deal With Ashton Martin

Tom Brady Inks Endorsement Deal With Ashton Martin

Tom Brady signed an endorsement deal with Aston Martin on Friday, the company announced Friday.

Aston Martin said it chose to partner with TB12 because his talent and leadership style are aligned with the company.

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"We're looking for partnerships that make the brand resonate and to make sure people know who we are", Aston Martin's North American president Laura Schwab told ESPN.

"Tom is an inspirational leader and athlete who is clearly aligned with our view of Aston Martin", said Marek Reichman, Aston Martin's VP & Chief Creative Officer.

Aston Martin will pay Brady to drive and pitch the DB11, a auto worth at least $211,995, according to ESPN.

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As part of the deal, Brady will curate his own version of the 2018 Vanquish S, which will be unveiled later this summer.

It didn't take long to realize a amusing coincidence - DB11 contains the initials and jersey number of Drew Bledsoe, another obsolete model that Brady, who wears jersey number 12, helped usher out in favor of a sportier model. In a year, under 1,000 cars are sold to customers in the U.S. That's actually a fairly large percentage, as the company only puts out about 4,000 cars annually.

The five-time Super Bowl victor, who turns 40 in August, recently told ESPN that he hopes to at least play another five seasons.

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