Samsung and LeBron hype the Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Gear
Samsung and the NBA this week ironed out a three-year, $100 million deal which will result in courtside tablets, TV’s, and an ongoing brand awareness. Did you watch any of the first game of the year? Chances are good you were smacked over the head with a number of placements and advertisements. Case in point, the Samsung ad below. Airing during the first quarter, Samsung again turned to LeBron James to show off the latest in Galaxy Note devices as well as the Galaxy Gear. Oh, and then there’s the cameo by the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, too.
Do any of these ads do anything for you? Are you more inclined to consider Samsung when you see Kevin Hart taking pictures with one of their products?
There’s always more to do. As LeBron James prepares to defend his title, watch a day in the life with his family, his team and his city. To learn more about LeBron and join the movement, head to http://www.facebook.com/SamsungMobileUSA.
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