Campaign India Team
Sep 19, 2019

Weekend Wrap: 20 September

In the news: Digi Osmosis, Estrolo, Havells, Hazoorilal Legacy, Royal Stag and Social Panga

Weekend Wrap: 20 September
Roots Sports Management appoints Digi Osmosis
Roots Sports Management, a sports league in Mumbai, has appointed Digi Osmosis to handle its digital duties. Roots Sports Management is expanding its portfolio and will be soon rolling out a basketball and e-gaming tournament. 
Double whammy for Jasprit Bumrah 
Jasprit Bumrah has been appointed as brand ambassador for Royal Stag and Estrolo. Bumrah joins Royal Stag's cricketer endorsers that include Faf du Plessis, Ben Stokes, KL Rahul, Andre Russel, Kane Williamson and Mitchell Starc.
Estrolo is a fashion start up and Bumrah will endorse the brand's range of denim jeans and shirts. 
Vicky Kaushal for Havells 
Havells India has appointed Vicky Kaushal as brand ambassador. Kaushal will endorse the group's male grooming products. 
Hazoorilal Legacy gets Tara Sutaria
Tara Sutaria has been signed by New Delhi based jewellery brand Hazoorilal Legacy as brand ambassador. Sutaria is the brand's face for the recently launched 2019-20 campaign.
Social Panga wins KSTDC 
Karna Tourism has appointed Social Panga for its digital strategy as it looks to make the state a preferred tourist destination. The agency’s Bengaluru office will work with the Department of Tourism (DoT) and KSTDC, to fulfil the department’s digital promotion requirements.
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