Head and Shoulders Insures Troy Polamalu’s Hair With Lloyd’s of London for 1 Million Dollars? | BlackSportsOnline

Head and Shoulders Insures Troy Polamalu’s Hair With Lloyd’s of London for 1 Million Dollars?

by Robert Littal | Posted on Monday, August 30th, 2010
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This has to be a fake story right?

Head and Shoulders didn’t really insure Polamalu’s Ultra Perm for one million dollars?

Barbaro is not pleased by this press release here are the details:

In a bold move, head & shoulders® announced today that they are taking out a $1 million dollar insurance policy on Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu’s trademark hair. As a second year spokesperson for the brand, head & shoulders recognizes the value of Troy’s extremely full and thick Samoan locks, so together with Watkins Syndicate at Lloyd’s of London, the world’s leading insurance agency, they’ve created the first ever insurance policy to protect his iconic mane for the entire NFL season.

“head & shoulders has gone above and beyond this year by insuring my Samoan locks for a cool $1 million. This reinforces that my full and thick hair is unstoppable,” says Troy Polamalu. “In developing this unique policy, we recognize that Troy Polamalu’s famed head of hair is truly legendary and we are proud to partner with head & shoulders to protect it,” says Jonathan Thomas of Watkins Syndicate at Lloyd’s of London.

There is even a website promoting this called Troyshair.com

Did I swallow the wrong pill?

Am I still in the Matrix?

Who is going to insure Kat Stacks’ bangs or Mike Tomlin’s hairline?

Justin Beiber’s hair has to be worth at least 10 million dollars correct?

Jimmy Johnson is like “damn homie why didn’t they have this around when I coached”.

They need to insure “Lil Ben” so he stops whipping it out on Co-eds, but I digress.

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