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Vanish NapiSan’s White House sponsorship bid finds an audience in the US

Vanish NapiSan’s attempts to get publicity for its bid to sponsor the White House have met with success in the US, where the story has been carried by Fox Business News.

For the next phase, Adam Whittaker, a spokesman for the stain removal brand, features in a series of interviews with “influential Washington DC politicians” about the sponsorship bid.

So far, they have included Toby Moffett, Egypt’s chief US lobbyist and, Sean O’Brien, chief of staff for Republican Mike Quigley.

In this interview with Robert De Posada, “the voice of Latino Republicans”, Whittaker asked: “So Robert, would you be willing to sign a petition that says ‘Dear Mr President, I believe it’s a good idea to let Vanish NapiSan sponsor the White House for $25m.?'”

Posada responded: “You need democrats to do this. And they’re cheap. Give them five bucks and they’ll sign it,” he said.

In this video, Whittaker expresses his disappointment after Obama fails to mention the brand’s $25m sponsorship proposal in a national address.

Whittaker interviews Americans outside the White House for their views on his bid.

The sponsorship pitch to the president:

The campaign has also seen Whittaker meet with Michaele Salahi, star of Real Housewives of DC, who famously gatecrashed the White House.

 

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