Friday, March 6, 2015

Australian Watch Company Bausele signs NBA star Andrew Bogut and promising Aussie actor Stephen Peacocke as its brand ambassadors

NBA star Andrew Bogut and promising Aussie actor Stephen Peacocke have joined the team of successful ambassadors for exciting Australian-designed, Swiss-made Watch Company.

As they conquer the US in their respective chosen fields of basketball and acting, Andrew Bogut and Stephen Peacocke will have a constant reminder of home thanks to Bausele, the watch brand which carries a distinct part of Australia in every timepiece.
Bogut, now playing for the Golden State Warriors and established as Australia’s highest paid sportsman, along with two time Logie winner Peacocke, who recently signed off from Home and Away to star alongside Tina Fey and Martin Freeman in Paramount Pictures 2015 release, Fun House, are just two of an impressive list of ambassadors enlisted by the first Swiss-made, Australian-designed luxury watch company.
Also on Bausele’s team of Australian ambassadors are swimmer Matt Abood, Commonwealth Games gold medallist; Fraser Ross, professional Porsche racing car driver; professional sailor Lisa Blair, presently the first female to attempt to solo circumnavigate Antarctica; professional  golfer Jason Hatton, now competing on the Chinese PGA circuit;  professional basketballer Jenna O’Hea, now playing for the Seattle Storm in the WNBA; former pro tennis player Lauren Beadmore, now CEO of Bijon Sports media; distinguished sailor Rod Halgebos, now coach of Australian Olympic sailing teams; Fraser Ross: Porsche Carrera Cup, Australia and UK Porsche Carrera Cup driver, Jack Falla of Team Redline and Jarrad Clark, senior vice-president at KCD Worldwide, a New York fashion events company.

With the backing of Bausele founder Christophe Hoppe, Briggs has positioned the brand into several key and strategic partnerships, most of which fall into the area of sailing. These include Yachting Australia, Tourism Australia, Middle Harbour Yacht Club, Royal Geelong Yacht Club and Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron (RSYS).  Through its association with the RSYS, Bausele was the principle sponsor and official timekeeper of the 2015 Flying Dutchman World Championships in which 60 yachts from 33 countries competed, further exposing the brand to a greater international audience.

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