FoxNews.com reports that three high-profile Tiger Woods sponsors are examining their contracts with the golfer to see if his conduct violated his contracts with the companies. Pepsi, Gillette and Proctor and Gamble are among the companies reportedly considering their options.
Earlier this week the watchmaker Tag Heuer removed ads from his stores in Australia. Gatorade also announced that it would discontinue its Tiger Focus beverage, and Woods ads virtually disappeared from network TV.
There are, however, still some businesses that are trying to capitalize on the famed golfer. Spirit Airlines offered an "Eye of the Tiger Sale," which used a graphic of an SUV crashing into a fire hydrant. The Syracuse Crunch hockey team, meanwhile, is promoting its "Tiger Woods Foursome," which combined four hockey tickets with auto body work.
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