Acefore Accessories Ropes Jaspreet Bumrah As Face Of Luggage Brand Uppercase

Indian cricketer will lead the D2C brand’s ‘Never Ordinary’ campaign

Acefour Accessories, a travel accessories company, has signed Jasprit Bumrah as brand ambassador for its eco-friendly luggage brand “uppercase'' for two years. Jasprit Bumrah will lead the D2C brand’s ‘Never Ordinary’ campaign.

His extraordinary game across formats makes him the perfect fit to represent the brand, said the company.

The campaign ‘Never Ordinary’ is spread across a series of creatives, weaved in a way that tells the features and USPs of the uppercase bags. The films showcase the uppercase bags as a perfect everyday companion that is eco-friendly in nature. The creative is now live across OTT and social media platforms. 

Talking about roping in Bumrah, Sudip Ghose, Spokesperson/Founder of uppercase, states, “Our brand is young, dynamic, and never ordinary, just like Jasprit Bumrah. He is disciplined and has been performing consistently at the highest level, like our products. This makes him a perfect fit to represent uppercase luggage. We are looking forward to the Jasprit Bumrah magic to make an impact in the luggage industry with uppercase.” 

Co-founder and Chief Business Officer (CBO) of uppercase, Shivaprasad, comments, “Jasprit Bumrah has shown over the years he is never ordinary with his terrific bowling spells, world record batting feat and being a leader on the field. He brings that passion to the team as we launch uppercase. The films under the ‘Never Ordinary’ campaign target young audiences who are filled with enthusiasm to travel in a sustainable yet stylish way. They don’t like doing the Ordinary and so do we as a brand.”   

Jasprit Bumrah, Indian cricketer, says, “I am excited to join the team of uppercase, a brand that offers a wide product portfolio, that focuses on being durable, vibrant and water resistant for young Indians. For those who believe in living sustainably, would find uppercase to their liking and to travel with eco-friendly luggage.”

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