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Michael Ornstein made a Deal with Soft-Drink Company and Endorsements for TV


Michael Ornstein made a Deal with Soft-Drink Company and Endorsements for TV 

Michael Ornstein is hired as marketing agent for handling his marketing deals. He brought several impressive off-field opportunities for Reggie. Michael Ornstein had told the press that in the next season of Super Bowl, Reggie would be wearing No. 25 jersey for the New Orleans Saints. He also said that Bush would donate 25% of his jersey sale to the people who are devastated from Hurricane Katrina. He also informed the press that Reggie had signed some major deals with Hummer, Mobile ESPN, Adidas, EA Sports and GTSM.


He was the one to inform the press when Reggie was in talks with a technology company, a soft-drink company, and a fragrance-maker. Michael Ornstein announced Reggie Bush's first national advertisement for Adidas. He has also declared that Reggie would be seen in six other commercials in the nearfuture. Michael Ornstein is from New York City who presently resides in Los Angeles. He is a one of the top marketing agents who connect sportsmen with numerous endorsement deals. Reggie also shot a Subway commercial, a commercial for EA Sports with Tracy McGrady, a commercial for Mobile ESPN.


Michael Ornstein has worked for Al Davis and the Oakland Raiders for a period of almost thirteen years and during this period, he attended the Super Bowl thrice. He has helped a great number of teams in handling the complex logistics of the biggest sporting event of America. Michael Ornstein was also a Reebok consultant who said that Bush was a popular rookie player in NFL. On behalf of Reggie, Michael made a deal with soft-drink company and endorsements for TV appliances for recognized companies such as Sony and Samsung. Michael Ornstein and Reggie traveled to L.A for shooting commercials that include a promotional spot for the NFL with Fox broadcasters Jimmy Johnson, Terry Bradshaw and Howie Long which was going to be on Fox Channel.


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Michael Ornstein made a Deal with Soft-Drink Company and Endorsements for TV