January 24, 2006

Leehom acts as a Women’s Skincare Series Spokesperson

Filed under: Uncategorized — enews @ 6:00 am

This is the first time Leehom has become a spokesperson for a women’s skincare series. He is involved in the TV adverts and the magazine adverts and in the premiere of the advert, Leehom has approved the unique beauty of women.

The company chose Leehom of his healthy image and the popularity he has with
the females. After market research, they have invited Leehom to become Cassatt skincare series’ spokesperson.

Cassatt has invited Leehom as the spokesperson and he was also able to give his opinions on the advert and the photo shoots. His song “Di Yi Ge Qing Chen” is the theme song of Cassatt.

The advert’s press conference will be held on the 26th. Leehom will be attending the press conference along with many VIPs from various companies. The NT10,000,000 advert will also premier on TV the same day.

Leehom says it is his first time being the spokesperson for women’s skincare
and he feels honoured to be chosen.


1 Comment »

  1. This post, however off-topic it may be, is about Internet freedom. \”Network Neutrality\” — the First Amendment of the Internet — ensures that the public can view the smallest blog just as easily as the largest corporate Web site by preventing Internet companies like AT&T from rigging the playing field for only the highest-paying sites.

    But Internet providers like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast are spending millions of dollars lobbying Congress to gut Net Neutrality. If Congress doesn\’t take action now to implement meaningful Net Neutrality provisions, the future of the Internet is at risk.

    In the end game, only large companies will afford domains if the communications monopolies have their way with this. This of course isnt new news, but its coming to a head and blogs like this one will be a ghosttown unless all of us figure it our pretty darn quick. I wont post any links, but advise that if you value the internet, and blogs likw this one, that you search Google for \”Network Neutrality\” and educate yourself on this issue as it effects all of us.

    Comment by Dermacia — January 18, 2007 @ 10:57 am

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