Rodgers Signs Endorsement Deal with State Farm Insurance
The Packers superstar quarterback’s rise to fame continues with the signing of an endorsement deal with State Farm Insurance. The Milwaukee Sentinel Journal reported the news. Aaron Rodgers’ business manager did not release any details about the deal, but said that “Aaron is very happy to be associated with State Farm Insurance company” and that “He looks forward to a very positive relationship with them and is honored to be part of their advertising program.”
While I am skeptical about how “honored” Aaron Rodgers must really feel about this endorsement deal, the young man is showing no shyness to the spotlight as he puts his signature on another endorsement deal. Rodgers is already associated with local Ford dealerships. If there is anything other than a Super Bowl Championship that cements a quarterback’s place with the elite of his position, it is surely numerous endorsement deals.
Congrats to Rodgers, do it for the kids!
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