Campaign India Team
Jun 11, 2019

Thank you for the memories, Yu VI VI VI VI VI VI

As Yuvraj Singh hangs up his cricketing boots, we look back at some of his best moments as a brand ambassador

Thank you for the memories, Yu VI VI VI VI VI VI
Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from international cricket on 10 June. 
 
Singh who last represented India internationally in 2017, was looking at other streams prior to his retirement. As reported by Campaign India in 2016, his venture YouWeCan had partnered with digital agency AdLift to set up a platform to connect celebrities with brands on social media, christened Yral (pronounced viral).
 
On the venture he had said, "Digital is the space the world is moving towards now. I had a lot of social media stuff to be managed. I wanted to partner with someone who could excel in the digital space.” 
 
A favourite on the field, Singh, like many other cricketers was also a favourite for many brands. 
 
We look back at some of his brand assocations here.
 
Birla Sun Life
 
 
 
YWC Fashion 
 
 
Cadbury Fuse
 
MTS
 
UC Browser
 
Ariel
 
Microsoft Xbox
 
Parachute
 
Puma
 
Reebok
 
Revital
 
 
 
Source:
Campaign India

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