Breitling’s Latest Ambassador Is an NFL Star
Trevor Lawrence is the quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Swiss watchmaker announced Trevor Lawrence is its newest face.
Breitling CEO Georges Kern said, “Trevor Lawrence is at the top of his game. He is also a great leader for his team and in his personal life.
“Trever embodies what it means to be a Breitling Squad Member with his confidence and style.”
The 22-year-old professional football player is the quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars, a position he earned after being the first overall NFL draft pick in 2021.
Before entering the league, Lawrence won an incredible 86 out of 90 combined high school and college football games.
His alma mater is Clemson University. Playing football there for three years, he earned a litany of athletic achievements.
He was a College Football Playoff (CPF) National Champion, CPF National Championship Offensive Most Valuable Player, a three-time Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Champion, ACC Player of the Year, ACC Football Rookie of the Year, a two-time First Team All-ACC, and a Heisman Trophy Runner-Up.
He said, “I am excited to become an ambassador and align with an elite global brand like Breitling. I am looking forward to joining the Breitling Squad and am thrilled to be a part of this world-renowned brand.”
Other Breitling brand ambassadors include actors like Brad Pitt, Charlize Theron, and Adam Driver, as well as athletes Kelly Slater and Misty Copeland.
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