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Premier League star named brand ambassador

19 December 2014, 16:01

Lagos - Nigeria’s leading indigenous sportswear producer, OWU, has named League Bloggers Award (LBA) Player of the Season nominee Peter Ebimobowei as its first-ever brand ambassador.

Tunji Brown, CEO of OWU, revealed this during the official inauguration of its first-ever retail outlet on Thursday.

Also read: Ebimobowe seals Bayelsa win

Brown applauded Ebimobowei for scoring 18 goals without a penalty and described the partnership as “a perfect fit,” at a time the brand is expanding its frontiers.

“We’re excited to open our outlet and begin a relationship with a brilliant striker like Ebimobowei, who finished among the best four players. Ebimobowei is as active as our brand.

“Innovation is the key word at OWU and we are expanding into other parts of the country. We service clients in 13 states and no fewer than two Premier League teams will join us soon,” Brown told supersport.com.

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