Achieving great milestones seem to have become the focus of Ghana’s youngest female disk jockey, Erica Tandoh, popularly called DJ Switch.
From being featured on New York’s Room To Read, performing with Grammy award-winner Wyclef Jean, speaking at the international women conference in Canada, and now to bagging ambassadorial deals the DJ appears to be on a steady rise.
DJ Switch was unveiled as the face of leading pharmaceutical firm, Zutron’s new omega-3 product known as BrainWise, on Monday, July 29.
BrainWise is a delicious omega-3 smoothie that aids the brain’s metabolism, eye development as well as retentive memory.
The signing which took place during a press conference at the offices of Zutron Pharmaceuticals in Osu, saw the management of the company announcing a long-term partnership with the young disc jockey.
According to the CEO of the company, Dr Derrick Ofori, his outfit is proud to have the young girl, who has done so much for herself and the country, join their team as an ambassador.
“We value your input and contribution to Ghana. You have been a big influential person to all kids and some adults like myself. I definitely appreciate your effort and dedication to this project,” he added.
Also present at the event was the Director of Operations, Mr Santosh Pote, DJ Switch’s parents and management team and some media personnel.
The 2018 Ghana DJ Awards ‘Discovery of the Year’ winner was elated to be given the chance to serve as an ambassador for BrainWise.
“I am not promising you only the best but a great and hopeful future. I am going to use any possible means to support BrainWise Ghana to grow the brand,” she assured the company.
BrainWise delicious omega-3 smoothie is now available on the market in all pharmaceutical shops in Ghana. BrainWise is suitable for both adults and children above the age of 1.
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