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Douglas Lwanga becomes brand advocate of a clothing line

Working on TV has been a blessing to Douglas Lwanga. One of the things that stand out about Douglas is his image (the fan base he commands also matters).

Because of this, many companies have decided to associate with him, the latest being Yuppy’sclothing line which earlier today unveiled him as their brand advocate at their shop on Entebbe road Freedom city.

The deal was signed and sealed about two a week ago and it’s going to be a one year contract with an option of extending it further.

Speaking about the deal, The Beat presenter said that he’s privileged to work with such a big brand.

“Another one! Starting this day I’ll be working with Yuppy’s clothing as their Brand Advocate. Some of my Looks on the BEAT will be by Yuppy’s. It deals in both men and women wear and has shops both at Freedom City and Ham shopping complex,” he posted on his wall.

Douglas is also the brand ambassador of Abryanz Fashion collection but he said there will be no conflict of interest as both parties agreed to work with him.

“I want to make it clear too that I will also continue to work with Abryanz collection still as a Brand Advocate. And Abryanz who has been part of my image and Brand growth for so many years will continue to style me and bring out the best in me,” he said at a press conference.

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