Olympic milk renews music crooner Peter Okoye’s Ambassadorial Contract

Olympic milk brand has announced the extension of music crooner Peter Okoye’s Ambassadorial contract for the fourth year.

This was disclosed recently at the official signing ceremony at PZ Cussons head office in Ilupeju, Lagos

Speaking on the contract renewal, PZ Cussons Managing Director, Commercial, Mr Alex Goma, stated that the contract signing “signifies the continuation of Peter’s activities as Olympic brand ambassador, a position which will among other things see him champion the cause for a healthy and active lifestyle and also represent the brand at different levels.”

“It is a pleasure to continue working with Peter knowing that there is a perfect synergy between him and the Olympic brand. We are happy to give consumers a brand that helps them keep fit, stay active for longer and also help them stay healthy” he said.

Also speaking at the event, Regional Category Marketing Director, Africa, Food and Nutrition, Mr Kalyan Bandyopadhyah said: “The relationship between Peter and the brand has grown into a very fruitful one and we will continue to work together to promote healthy lifestyles among Nigerians.”

For his part, Peter Okoye thanked the company for the partnership as well as the opportunity to continue promote the cause of the brand and encouraged Nigerians to embrace a more active lifestyle.

He promised to keep spreading the brand’s messaging of affordable nutrition, delivering a trusted healthy formulation with the promise of low cholesterol content.

According to the brand, Olympic milk anchors on affordable nutrition and the primary benefit of low cholesterol content. They add that the product is made from vegetable fat which contain plant sterols that actively remove cholesterol from the body.

Olympic milk is available in powdered form in different pack sizes and in evaporated form. The brand also has the Olympic Apple flavoured fruit drink.

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