Barely a month after tying the knot with actor-TV host Ryan Agoncillo in a private ceremony in San Juan, Batangas, Judy Ann Santos buckles down to work as one of the country's top endorsers.
PEP (Philippine Entertainment Portal) learned earlier today, May 25, that Juday (Judy Ann's nickname) was chosen by the telecommunications company Sun Cellular as its newest face for a new campaign. The 31-year-old actress will formally be welcomed into the Sun Cellular family sometime this week.
"All I can say is that she's very professional, does not expect special treatment, genuinely friendly and very respectful," said Neph Denosta, Sun Cellular's assistant vice-president for Postpaid Acquisition and Loyalty.
Ranked No. 6 in YES! magazine's Top Celebrity Endorsers (October 2008 issue), Judy Ann's unfailing appeal to the masses was cited as the main reason companies seek her out for endorsement deals.
"Judy Ann Santos's regular Pinay features, coupled with extraordinary acting prowess, have made more people relate to her, and have made them believe that they can also succeed in life," YES! noted.
Judy Ann has almost 30 endorsements listed in her credentials, raging from consumer products to services.