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Pepsi Lands New Deal With Beyonce for $50 Million

December 10, 2012 (5:40 pm) GMT
In addition to using her face in its campaigns, the soft drink company will also invest on her other ventures non related to Pepsi.

Pepsi gets as its face once more for estimated $50 million. The soda brand has struck a new deal with the singer for her to appear on its advertisement and new commercial in addition to investment in her independent artistic ventures.

Her new TV ad for the soft drink company will be debuted after her Super Bowl XLVII halftime performance on February 3. PepsiCo is a sponsor of the big sport event. Beyonce's face will also be found on limited edition cans that start going on market in March. The deal also includes a sponsorship of her tour next year to promote her new album as well as other projects like live events, videos or "a cool photo shoot".

"Pepsi embraces creativity and understands that artists evolve," Beyonce said in a statement via The New York Times. "As a businesswoman, this allows me to work with a lifestyle brand with no compromise and without sacrificing my creativity."

Lee Anne Callahan-Longo, general manager of Beyonce's Parkwood Entertainment, said that they have already been in early stages of these projects' development.

Beyonce and Pepsi have been in partnership since 2001. The company recruited earlier this year to appear on its first global campaign, using her song "Moment 4 Life".

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