If either Matt Damon or Ben Affleck has an actual superpower, it's their epic friendship—a bond so endearing and renowned that it even won them an award. Until Tom Brady arrived. The #BFFgoals-inspiring pair are facing off for Brady's affections via Skype in this weird, but charming, promotion for fundraising platform Omaze, which is offering you the chance to win an afternoon in Boston with all three of them, part of an effort to raise money for three charities.
There's a better way to do nothing, according to a new star-studded campaign from boot and shoe company Ugg. Academy Award winner Jeff Bridges and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady anchor a series of ads set in a posh Los Angeles living room, relaxing in their wool-lined slippers, and looking great while they're at it.
When New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady needs a break from bickering with the NFL, he goes to the gaudiest hotel on planet Earth to sleep on a specialty mattress that will never deflate.
While Adrienne Lofton has worked as a marketer for global brands like Levi's and Target, it's experience from her college years that gives her an edge. In the mid-'90s, Lofton was captain of Howard University's NCAA Division I volleyball team.
As expected, Under Armour added Tom Brady to its new "Rule Yourself" campaign on Thursday, and the timing couldn't have been better—as the Droga5 spot premiered during the NFL's season opener between Brady's (eventually victorious) New England Patriots and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Love 'em or hate 'em, you can't deny the New England Patriots drive the conversation more than any other team in the National Football League, and we have the data to prove it.
The NFL season doesn't start until next week, yet Tom Brady just scored a huge victory over the league today, keeping his brand marketability at a championship level.
Tom Brady was in a Manhattan courtroom Wednesday for a hearing over his involvement in the "Deflategate" scandal.
Tom Brady may be sent to the sidelines for a while, but the New England Patriots' superstar quarterback is far from permanently sacked when it comes to endorsement deals. That's the consensus among marketing experts polled by Adweek following today's decision by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to uphold Brady's four-game "Deflategate" suspension.