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} Valvoline Signs Virat Kohli For Their New Ad Campaign



The worldwide supplier of premium branded lubricants as well as automotive services, Valvoline has launched a new campaign with Virat Kohli to highlight Valvoline as cutting edge engine oil that would always ensure the efficacy of the engine. The TVC stars Valvoline Brand Ambassador and India’s leading brand icon and celebrated cricketer Kohli. 

Sandeep Kalia, Chief Executive Officer of Valvoline Cummins Private Limited, said, “Through this campaign, we want to establish strong communication with the progressive, responsible and technologically aware automotive enthusiasts. Our campaign focuses on enlightening the consumers on how significant are lubricants for maintaining the performance quotient of an engine. We have tried to communicate the features of our product in the language of our audience. Virat Kohli turned out to be the perfect fit. His image as an automotive enthusiast helped us drive the campaign message of trusting Valvoline further– the brand preferred by those who want the best for their engine.”

Speaking on the campaign, Virat Kohli, Brand ambassador said, “Valvoline is a trusted brand in the engine oil category and what I like most about them is their constant desire to innovate. I’m happy to be associated with a company that continues to be a winner today in their field. “

Commenting on the new TVC, Creative Director, Leo Burnett, Arjuna Gaur said, “We were surprised to discover that a lot of people are unaware of the engine oil brand being poured into their vehicles. They usually go by what their mechanics recommend. ‘Engine Ke Deewane’ aims at creating more involvement in this category. The TVC is conceptualized in the format showcasing how people who are obsessed with engines, whether a mechanic or a car enthusiast, prefer Valvoline and in turn influence the consumer to trust the brand. It was a mind-boggling experience to work with a brand like Valvoline that celebrates such a strong legacy in the lubricants sector. It takes a lot of courage for a brand to address the message with a dash of humour.”
 



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