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Monday, December 14, 2009

Tiger Woods' sponsors battoning down the hatches, trying to get as far away from the contraversy

Child protection officers, escorted by police, are said to have visited Tiger Woods's home over the weekend following allegations that he and his wife had a violent row over his affairs.
It is routine for investigators from the Florida Department of Children and Families to check the safety of a home after a suspected domestic violence incident.
There is no suggestion that Woods and his wife Elin risk losing custody of their children Sam, two, and ten-month-old Charlie.
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But the visit, reported by the well-connected RadarOnline website, will do nothing to ease the jitters among sponsors competing in puritanical U.S. markets.

Gillette and the global management consultancy Accenture are the latest to distance themselves from the scandal-plagued golfer.
After Tiger Woods has been reported to have had affairs with over a dozen different woman his reputation has been flushed down the toilet big time. Tiger is trying to flee the scene as he has nothing to say, and now his sponsors don't want anything to do with him. Accenture was the first such sponsor to quit their deal with Tiger.
Gillette also limitied their advertisement through Woods at this stage. Although it is hard to see them going too far as Woods is what makes all the money for these companys/

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