In September 2017, Kevin Durant formed a partnership with Alaska Airlines.
You have probably seen some advertisements on billboards around the Bay Area.
And at some point soon, you may be onboard an Alaska Airlines flight with Kevin Durant on the side of the plane:
It's game day and we just unveiled the perfect good luck charm for @KDTrey5! To celebrate our newest livery and his team's achievement, we're giving 10 fans a chance to win roundtrip flights. Retweet and follow @AlaskaAir by 6/3/18 to enter. Rules: https://t.co/Dbo52qaHjA pic.twitter.com/ldMMiUUnND— Alaska Airlines (@AlaskaAir) May 31, 2018
A rep for the airline says the Durant decal is made of 34 pieces and took more than 144 hours to install on the 737-900ER aircraft.
As part of his deal with the airline, Durant holds the title of "Advisor to the CEO."
The headquarters for Alaska Airlines are in Seattle.
Durant was drafted No. 2 overall by the Seattle SuperSonics in 2007.
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