Published On: Fri, May 7th, 2021

Steve Smith and wife Dani Willis sign a lucrative brand ambassador deal

Cricketer Steve Smith and wife Dani Willis sign a lucrative brand ambassador deal – as he’s trapped overseas amid the Covid crisis in India

Steve Smith has hit headlines multiple times over the last few weeks, after being one of the Australian cricketers stuck overseas amid the coronavirus crisis in India.

But on Friday, he and wife Dani Willis made news for a different reason – as it was revealed the pair have signed a lucrative brand ambassador deal to cashback rewards platform, Cashrewards.

Steve, 31, who left Covid-stricken India this week for the safety of the Maldives – and Dani said they chose to work with the company because they used Cashrewards ‘all the time’.

New project! On Friday, it was announced that Steve Smith and wife Dani Willis have signed a lucrative brand ambassador deal to cashback rewards platform, Cashrewards

‘I reckon it’s a brilliant idea. You can find all the big brands you know and love on Cashrewards and all you need to do is shop as normal and you get rewarded with real cash, on top of the best available offers,’ Steve said.

With the ambassadorship, the pair will offer members and their social media followers a sneak peek into their lives as they share their own shopping trips and habits.

The announcement comes at an interesting time, as Steve and Dani remain apart amid the pandemic.

Insight: With the ambassadorship, the pair will offer members and their social media followers a sneak peek into their lives, as they share their own shopping trips and habits

Insight: With the ambassadorship, the pair will offer members and their social media followers a sneak peek into their lives, as they share their own shopping trips and habits 

On Thursday, Cricket Australia announced that a 38-strong cohort of Aussie players, coaches, commentators, umpires and support staff will now remain in the Maldives until the travel ban from India is lifted after May 15.

The organisation also said that some of the sport’s biggest names, including Steve, David Warner, Pat Cummins, Marcus Stoinis and Ricky Ponting, are not seeking exemptions to bypass travel bans from the Australian government.

They will spend at least 10 days in Maldives before quarantining for another 14 days upon returning to Australia on a charter flight organised by Indian cricket’s governing body.

Positive news: Cricket Australia announced on Thursday that a 38-strong cohort of Aussie players, coaches, commentators, umpires and support staff will now remain in the Maldives until the travel ban from India is lifted after May 15. Pictured: Steve Smith and Dani Willis

Positive news: Cricket Australia announced on Thursday that a 38-strong cohort of Aussie players, coaches, commentators, umpires and support staff will now remain in the Maldives until the travel ban from India is lifted after May 15. Pictured: Steve Smith and Dani Willis

Ordinary Australians trapped in India since the travel ban will now be repatriated on special government flights from May 15, with the Howard Springs facility in the Northern Territory used to quarantine them.

It’s a huge relief for the cricketers and their loved ones, who were previously stranded in India where 3,000 people a day are dying from Covid.

Australian batsman Michael Hussey must remain in isolation in his hotel room in India for another nine days after he tested positive on Tuesday.

‘He’s in good spirits… his symptoms are quite mild,’ Australian Cricketers’ Association chief executive Todd Greenberg told reporters.

‘He has relatively mid symptoms.’

Rules: The organisation said that some of the sport's biggest names, including Steve (left), David Warner, Pat Cummins, Marcus Stoinis and Ricky Ponting, are not seeking exemptions to bypass travel bans from the Australian government

Rules: The organisation said that some of the sport’s biggest names, including Steve (left), David Warner, Pat Cummins, Marcus Stoinis and Ricky Ponting, are not seeking exemptions to bypass travel bans from the Australian government

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