Question: What are Tiger Woods' Endorsements?
Answer: What are Tiger Woods' endorsements? It's easy enough to deciper which companies have endorsement deals or sponsorships with Woods - because Woods lists his sponsors on his Web site (tigerwoods.com).
In late 2013, Woods had endorsement deals with the following companies:
- Nike Golf, which signed Woods in 1996 and built its golf division around Woods.
- Rolex, the watch makers.
- Fuse Science, sports drinks and "energy" nutritional products
- Kowa, a diversified Japanese company whose pharmaceutical products include a pain medicine for which Woods does ads that air in Japan.
- NetJets, which offers fractional ownerships of private jets.
- Upper Deck, the sports cards and collectibles company.
- Tatweer: The Tiger Woods Dubai, a luxury golf course development in Dubai.
Woods also is a PGA Tour "partner" (with content exchanged between TigerWoods.com and PGATour.com). He had a partnership with Golf Digest from 1997 through 2010, but in early 2011 the parties announced they were ending Woods' tips column for the magazine.
One of Woods' longest-running sponsors, video game maker EA Sports, announced it was splitting with Woods in late 2013. That brought to an end the Tiger Woods PGA Tour video title.
Among the Tiger Woods endorsements in the past that are no longer in effect were sponsorships with AT&T, Accenture, Gatorade, Buick (General Motors), Titleist, American Express, Gillette (Proctor & Gamble), General Mills, TLC Laser Eye Centers and Tag Heuer.
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