Bumble partners with Serena Williams LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Tennis champion Serena Williams will star in a year-long marketing campaign for the Bumble social networking app that will kick off with a message of women’s empowerment during the Feb. 3 Super Bowl, Williams told Reuters in an interview. FILE PHOTO - Tennis - Mubadala World Tennis Championship, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - December 27, 2018 Serena Williams of the United States in action during her match against Venus Williams of the United States REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
Upper Deck signs deal with Serena Williams On her new relationship with Upper Deck, Williams said, "I love my fans. They support me through everything, and I want them to know how much I appreciate them. I want to show them that appreciation by giving something unique, and I feel like the least I can do is sign something that will bring them joy. Working with Upper Deck allows me to achieve that on a grand scale."
Neodyne Biosciences sponsors Serena Williams NEWARK, Calif., April 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Neodyne Biosciences, Inc. today announced they are partnering with professional tennis champion Serena Williams to raise awareness for its embrace® Active Scar Defense, an FDA cleared scar therapy system designed to prevent the formation of scar tissue before it forms visible and uncomfortable scars. Williams had both an unplanned C-section and emergency surgery following the birth of her baby girl, Olympia. She successfully used embrace to manage the pain and discomfort associated with her recovery and to significantly improve the appearance of her scar.
Intel sponsors Serena Williams Intel has partnered with tennis champion Serena Williams on a new ad for its 7th Generation Intel® Core™ processor-powered 2 in 1s. The new “Upgrade Your Game” campaign kicks off with the “Wooden Rackets” ad, which reveals a frustrated Williams on the tennis court trying to compete with an old racket. Williams stars alongside Jim Parsons to showcase how the best equipment, powered by the 7th Generation Intel Core processor, provides the performance needed to stay on top of your game. The ad featuring Williams aims to reach the 400 million people with a 5-year-old computer and demonstrate the dramatic difference in performance found on a new computer.