NFL Star Haloti Ngata Becomes New Spokesperson for ZAGG

By Community | March 22, 2012

Salt Lake City-based ZAGG, shop the maker of mobile accessories and cases, erectile has agreed a partnership with NFL star Haloti Ngata as its new, patient official spokesperson.

“Haloti is an ideal spokesperson to represent what ZAGG stands for as a company, and introducing him at our store opening is very exciting for us. He has an incredibly high level of character, he works hard, he plays hard, and he is the very best at what he does,” said Robert G. Pedersen II, chairman and CEO of ZAGG. “The ZAGG store model has worked. ZAGG’s expanding line of mobile accessories, including our iFrogz brand, now requires a complete inline store to handle our full assortment of products.”

Mr. Ngata attended high school at Highland High, where he also played rugby for the world-famous Highland Rugby Club, recently featured in the movie “Forever Strong.” He played college football at the University of Oregon, where he was a consensus All-American pick in 2005. He was selected as the 12th overall pick by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2006 NFL Draft, and has been named to the Pro-Bowl in each of the past three seasons and the All-Pro team in each of the past four seasons.

“ZAGG embodies quality, and ZAGG’s products are all about being the best,” said Mr. Ngata. “Producing the highest quality and being the best is exactly what I try to do every day on the field. I am thrilled to be a part of the ZAGG team.”

by Ismail Uddin