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Should Tiger Woods's Sponsors Drop Him? By now we all heard that Tiger Woods is not squeaky-clean when it comes to being a faithful husband. The golf legend has weathered some tough times paying for his mistakes with more than a dozen mistresses. But should his sponsors drop him? Now that AT & T and Gillette canceled his contracts should others follow? What's more important to sponsors personal character? Or professional performance?



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      Frannie1964 wrote Jan 5, 2010
    • Seems like personal character means alot to the sponsors. Tiger Woods really got himself Into a bind with all this cheating, but not sure his sponsors should drop him, Hes a great golf player and am sure he will continue to be, what happens In his personal life Isn’t obviously that personal and Is In the public, but thats the price Tiger pays and he Is paying for It.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jan 5, 2010
    • I think that if the company wants him to act as a role model then they should drop him. And now that he’s not even playing golf the sponsors are not benefitting from him anyway. He doesn’t have the decency to face the public that made him a star so I believe he should lose all his endorsements.




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      Brimstone1968 wrote Jan 6, 2010
    • I am glad that the sponsors have dropped him.  It shows that there is some level of morals that is left in this country.  It is mere insult to the sancity of marriage in his behaviour especially because of the two sided life he was living.  I hope the lessons being learnt is that infedility has a huge price and oh boy he sure is paying for it big time and trust me he will continue to pay and no amount of money is going to “fix” it.




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      Nita P wrote Jan 23, 2012
    • both personal character and professionalism are what sponsers are after.  i still say tiger is a fantastic golfer




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