Basketball players can make a lot of money playing the sport they love. But talent rarely is enough if one ought to get more than the average. You have to have that elusive charisma and undeniable influence that sponsors and sports brands look out for in an athlete. Terrence Romeo is one of the very few who can claim he has what it takes to sign that big pay cheque.
The 24 year-old hotshot baller made it happen. He recently inked a deal with the up and coming shoe brand Peak that catapulted him to the level of the brand's other endorsers Tony Parker, Matthew Dellavedova, George Hill, Dwight Howard... to name a few.
Big time players know its importance such as his fellow PBA star James Yap. Yap knows that the former FEU King Tamaraw struck gold in one way or another on his shoe deal.