A new national advertising campaign is featuring Indiana Pacers Head Coach Frank Vogel. He will be part of Dove Men+Care commercials that are slated to air throughout the 2014 NCAA men's basketball tournament. March 17, 2014
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. – Men's lives are full of tough decisions. During March Madness sports fans are faced with a myriad of choices, from eagerly awaiting Selection Sunday decisions, to picking which teams will go all the way in bracket selections. This March, Dove Men+Care is making one decision easy for men, off the court. Throughout the 2014 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship, a new campaign from the brand will shine a spotlight on basketball's top decision makers to show sports fans that Dove Men+Care is an easy decision for men's grooming routines (during game day and beyond).
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The new 'Easy Decision' campaign includes a video series featuring seasoned basketball decision makers and coaches Frank Vogel and Jay Wright. As top professional and NCAA head coaches Vogel and Wright decide team line-ups and high-pressure plays almost daily, however there is one easy decision on which both men agree – Dove Men+Care. The 'Easy Decision' campaign will highlight how Dove Men+Care body wash and bar offer more care for men's skin.
The videos will air throughout March Madness programming as part of Unilever's multi-year NCAA Corporate Partnership with CBS Sports and Turner Sports, and on www.youtube.com/dovemencareus.
“Vogel and Wright are experienced decision makers who have to make incredibly tough choices under pressure and while on the clock,” said Rob Candelino, Vice President for Unilever Skincare. “Dove Men+Care has partnered with these top decision makers to show guys everywhere that no matter what type of tough every day choices they face, choosing products with more care for your skin is an easy decision.”
About Dove Men+Care US
Dove Men+Care is the first range of products from Dove developed specially for men. Manufactured by Unilever, it is the #1 recommended body wash by dermatologists. Launched in 2010, the Dove Men+Care portfolio includes bars, body washes, face care, anti-perspirant/deodorants, and hair care. Dove Men+Care is available nationwide in food, drug, and mass outlet stores.
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