In a world full of marketable athletes, certain superstars have created an upper echelon, where they stand alone. Amongst them stands Tom Brady, the undisputed king of the NFL. In a recent commercial for Hertz, Brady channels his electric persona to send another brand ‘over the moon’. Ventures like this make him one of the most marketable athletes in the world.
Tom Brady stars in Hertz’s latest commercial
Hertz is a car rental company based in Florida. They even operate internationally, with an annual revenue of over $5 billion. Because of their gigantic brand name and image in America and the world, they require a superstar like Tom Brady. With his attachment to their brand, interest levels and even profits would skyrocket.
This endorsement is more fascinating for Brady, since he’s working with Hertz for the first time, and the company that they’ve collaborated with as well. Hertz hired 100,000 Teslas as part of their rental service, for which Tom Brady appeared in a recent commercial. This is Brady’s first involvement with Tesla as well, who are quickly rising to the top of the automobile industry worldwide.
Hertz is going electric, and so is the GOAT
Tom Brady stars in a new ad series for Hertz, which ordered 100,000 Teslas for its rental fleet today in the single-largest electric vehicle purchase ever.
It’s Brady’s first work with either company.
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) October 25, 2021
In typical Tom Brady fashion, he looks at the hard camera and goes, “Let’s f*cking go!” You know it’s a Tom Brady commercial if he drops his catchphrase in there at least once. The Buccaneers’ quarterback is enjoying a healthy season right now as Tampa Bay tops the NFC South. They stand head and shoulders above New Orleans, Atlanta and Carolina.
Brady’s success on the field translates into success off the pitch as well. With little doubt, we can safely assume Hertz would hit record numbers after their association with Brady. If not the NFL icon himself, the 100,000 Teslas would effectively draw attention to them.
What’s next for Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
Oct 3, 2021; Foxborough, Massachusetts, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) passes the ball during the first half against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Paul Rutherford-USA TODAY Sports
Week eight saw Tampa Bay Buccaneers easily see off Chicago Bears, thrashing them 38-3. Tom Brady and Co destroyed Justin Fields’ squad, preventing the young quarterback from breaking through their defense. Brady picked up four touchdowns in the first half of the game, a remarkable tally for the 44-year-old.
Coming up next is a tough fixture against their NFC South rivals, New Orleans Saints. Jameis Winston and Co picked up a crucial last-gasp victory against Seattle Seahawks on Monday Night Football. With this win, they remain two wins behind the Buccaneers with a game in hand.
New Orleans could easily leapfrog the Buccaneers and stake their claim on the NFC South. Ejecting Brady from the playoffs would be a huge flex for Jameis Winston, who is enjoying one of his best seasons. Will the Bucs overcome the Saints with ease, or will they suffer a shocking defeat that reverses their fortunes?
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