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    Sports Endorsers

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    Endorsement Contracts Between Sports Stars and Product Manufacturers INTRODUCTION- The relationship between sports celebrities and product manufacturers in terms of endorsements has undergone a heavy transformation in the last one and a half decade. In recent times, the endorsement by sports celebrities has emerged as one of the most successful marketing communication tools that can help, both, the athlete and the agent who earn a large amount of income. The statistic given below shows the…

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    Irving Cazares Professor Jose Jimenez English 1301-81051 22 October 2017 Not Just Any Soccer Cleats! Advertisement in sports have a broad market in order for teams and companies that sell sportswear. Adidas one of the largest retail sportswear in the world does that by teaming up with Lionel Messi to promote one of his soccer cleats the “Adizero”. Companies usually use famous athletes to promote their product. Furthermore, Adidas uses Lionel Messi one of the best players in soccer in the world…

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    Life Orientation

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    Grade 12 Life Orientation Daniel Gewer Sport as a Unifier 1. Yes. I do believe that sporting events contribute to unifying a nation. Before a sport event, be it a rugby, soccer or cricket etc match the national anthems of the respected countries are played. No matter what colour, race or religion everyone stands up in the stadium and sings the national anthem of the country they are representing. History proves that sport events contribute to unifying a nation. South Africa hosted the Rugby…

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    Lululemon Brand Analysis

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    They are a yoga-inspired retail company selling functional and practical athletic apparel to mostly women (Ralph Forgeon, 2014). INHABITANT Lululemon employees are referred to as "educators," strategically positioned to ensure a personal connection with each guest is developed. The educators go through extensive in-house training…

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    David Rudisha In My Life

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    I chose David Rudisha because I love athletics and it is a huge part of my life and has been throughout my life. My favourite and best event is the 800m run. David Rudisha is an inspiration to me because he is the fastest runner in the world over 800 meters. He is also the only one to ever get a time of less than 1:41 over 800m. Watching him run and compete so well at such a high level in a sport I love and running the event, I love inspires me, he is the person I’d love to be, and I’ll motivate…

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    “ The Unforgivable Act” Ten o’clock comes and goes, and the only person I have talked to is that policeman. I am standing here in the door of this old hardware store in disbelief that the appointment my friend, Jimmy Wells, and I made has just been broken. Just then,I see a plain clothes man walking toward me. “Is that you, Jimmy?” I asked in an excited tone. “Bob?”Jimmy Wells replies, and with that my body fills with excitement. We begin to walk down the sidewalk, talking about how we made…

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    The ¨Unlimited You” commercial by Nike, attempted to persuade the audience to purchase their products and motivate their customers at the same time. To do so, Nike chooses a suitable and inspiring title, displays professional athletes to build credibility, utilizes multiple ethnicities as well as sports and alters the narrator’s tone based on the situation. The title of the commercial is “Nike: Unlimited You.” The simplicity of the title makes it easy to remember yet has enough meaning behind it…

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    Purina Beneful Case Study

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    Purina® is a company of pet lovers. They've spent the last 80 years nourishing our pets and enriching our lives. Their Purina Beneful® products reflect the love. With 8 delicious and vitamin-rich varieties of dry dog food, 20 varieties of wet dog food and 11 varieties of dog treats, any canine, if they could speak their people's language, would request that Purina Beneful® be stocked in their pantries--and apparently many of their people do stock them, regardless of the communication barrier.…

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    As consumers, athletic or not, there are several major brands out there that cry out “buy me,” and those brands just happen to be those that we see on television or worn by famous athletes or celebrities. It’s only after you get sucked into purchasing something that you realize you need more of that particular brand despite its outrageous price. In contrasting the two commercials “Curry One,” from the Under Armour brand, and “Find Your Greatness,” from the Nike brand, both brands submit a…

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    John Wall 1 based on comfort, materials, traction, cost, and style will show which shoe is a better pick for playing basketball. First, comparing the comfort of each shoe is vital, because the LeBrons and the John Walls are very different in the comfort design on the bottom of the foot. In the LeBron 10 there is an air cushion that allows for a bigger jump and easier run, also there is a thick cushion inside of the shoe that creates comfort for a long playing time. Also there is great ankle…

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