There are two types of watch ambassadors: those who get paid for it and those who don’t. Personally, I have more sympathy for the second group of ambassadors, but since money makes the world go ’round, I can understand that you want to wear a [for instance] TW Steel timepiece if they are really paying you well. In the TW Steel Facebook page, I found a photo album called TW Steel Celebs and the one below is the only one that rang a bell. It is ‘Ken Cosgrove’ who plays in HBO hit series Mad Men. Some other actors out there are luckier than ‘Ken Cosgrove’ and get at least to wear a nice Omega, Oris, Breitling or Audemars Piguet.

Today, I contributed an article about Watch Ambassadors for FratelloWatches’ automotive counterpart MotoringExposure.

Click here to read the article and let me know what you think by leaving a comment.

  • For the record TW Steel didn’t pay any celebrities from this photo album, the watches were gifted backstage at the Emmy Awards πŸ™‚

  • Johny

    What’s wrong with TW steel? Do I sense an elitest attitude?

    • No, I don’t think you sense an elitist attitude (since one of my most popular posts is about < 1000 USD watches), I just don't have anything going on for copy-cat brands…