TomTom Teams Up with Musical Sensations, Fireboy and The Cavemen, as Brand Ambassadors

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TomTom Candy, Nigeria’s favorite black and white menthol brand, under Cadbury Nigeria Plc (a subsidiary of Mondelēz International), has announced an exciting and innovative partnership with Nigeria’s sensational music artistes, Fireboy and The Cavemen. The dynamic duo will serve as brand ambassadors, promoting the TomTom brand across various marketing initiatives.

This strategic partnership merges TomTom’s commitment to excellence and innovation with Fireboy and The Cavemen’s unparalleled talent and influence in the music industry. As brand ambassadors, Fireboy and The Cavemen will play a pivotal role in promoting and communicating TomTom’s initiatives to a diverse audience.

“We are thrilled to announce the addition of Fireboy and The Cavemen to the Cadbury Nigeria PLC family. Their genuine musical prowess and unwavering dedication perfectly align with our brand ethos, positioning them as ideal ambassadors to harmonize with our audience in resonant and meaningful ways.”

Morolake Emokpaire, Marketing Lead, West Africa at Mondelēz International.

Fireboy, renowned for his soulful vocals and chart-topping hits, is one of Nigeria’s most sought-after musical talents. Similarly, The Cavemen, known for their unique blend of highlife and contemporary sounds, have captivated audiences with their infectious energy and distinct creativity.

“We are excited to partner with TomTom and embark on this new journey as brand ambassadors,” stated Fireboy and The Cavemen in a joint statement. “Together, we anticipate creating memorable experiences and inspiring positive change through our collaboration.”

By teaming up with Fireboy, and The Cavemen, Cadbury Nigeria PLC continues to strengthen its brand presence and to further distinguish itself as a frontrunner in the industry.

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