Category Archives: Tiger Woods

Comebacks

There has been a ton of talk lately about comebacks. Michael Vick. Tiger Woods. LeBron James. The topic began to catch heat (pun intended) when LeBron and his new team returned to Cleveland. More comback talk was generated when Tiger … Continue reading

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The Summer of LeBron: There is Such Thing as Bad Publicity

Tell me LeBron isn’t pointing to his flexed bicep on the cover of the current GQ. That’s actually not possible, is it? Not given the PR mess that this summer has been for him. No way the self-appointed king is … Continue reading

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Crisis Management PR

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/22/business/22crisis.html?# The link above is to a great article in today’s NY Times regarding crisis management PR. I wholeheartedly agree that in this day and age, coping up to the crisis quickly and sincerely is the best option whenever possible. … Continue reading

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How the Tiger Recession Changed Athlete Marketability

Many of us have spent the last 12 months holding our breath, looking for signs that the sports economic landscape is beginning to return to normal. Highest ratings in Super Bowl history? Check. Upfronts went well? Yes. Consumer spending up a little? Perhaps. Things might be looking up. But in the athlete endorsement world, I’ve noticed signs that things will never be the same. Continue reading

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TIGER IN THE AGE OF TRANSPARENCY

Tiger’s fall from grace is arguably the biggest in the history of modern sports. How will this impact his marketability? No one knows. One thing is certain: Tiger needs to realize that we live in the age of transparency. Continue reading

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