‘I’m ready’ says American Tourister’s new campaign

Everyone wishes to own a quality piece of a backpack. Whether you’re a frequent business traveller or someone who only gets away for a few short trips a year doesn’t matter. Wherever you go, travel light and smart! We suggest- give the newly launched American Tourister backpacks a try.

Bringing together style and practicality is American Tourister’s new campaign- ‘I’m Ready’. The engaging ad campaign showcases ace cricketer Virat Kohli making his way through the crowded streets of Mumbai with his trusted backpack on his shoulders. He is focused and determined in his act and is ready to face any challenge just like the American Tourister bags. The latest television commercial also captures the vigour, passion and attitude of the Indian youth who are bubbling with conviction and self-assurance.

The wow looks, appealing design and sturdiness of the backpack have been turning heads, no wonder it is fast becoming a ‘must-have’ in every traveller’s list.

Take a look at the TVC below and you will know what we are talking about-

So, if you are an adventurer or a travel enthusiast and like to accept every challenge that life has to offer, make sure you have just the right backpack!

Don’t wait any longer. Get the cool newly launched range of American Tourister backpacks and be ready for an epic adventure!

Buy one right here!

This is a partnered post.


Updated Date: Mar 23, 2017 14:05 PM

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