The Kansas City Chiefs standout broke some new personal records this season, this time off the field as he builds his brand profile. Boardroom breaks it down.
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Travis Kelce is on track for his eighth consecutive 1,000-yard season. However, while he may end up on an All-Pro roster, most will remember this as 2023 (Taylor’s Version).
In addition to his on-field accolades, Kelce has also made major moves off the field. Heading into the season, Kelce was riding on the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl high and leaning into his new-found success as a podcaster alongside his brother, Philadelphia Eagles lineman Jason Kelce. When he went public with his relationship with Taylor Swift, the future Hall of Fame tight end achieved a new level of stardom, debatably never seen before in the NFL.
In addition to a new boo, Kelce picked up several new contracts throughout the season. The research firm iSpot.tv released a new report that shows that Kelce is the league’s most-seen spokesperson, appearing in 3% of all in-game ad impressions. His endorsement portfolio reached a new level this year. Between touchdown drives, he appears in campaigns for:
- State Farm
His date night ‘fits have inspired many, driving searches for “Travis Kelce Fashion” up by 667%.
Additionally, thousands of Taylor’s fans have begun to tune into New Heights each week, where he often breaks down their paparazzi-ed adventures of the last week. However, keen listeners may have noticed a new surprising sponsor in the mix.
Boardroom’s Gabe Oshin breaks down why the Kelces newest check is simply a signal of how dating Taylor Swift has completely changed his life.
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