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    Doritos Company

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    Realistically, I think the case could give more in depth background on the Doritos Company and how it led to the point where they need fan submissions for a commercial. However I do believe that is adequate and just by reading it I gained the general understanding of what was the background of this case. The major reason for conducting this program was to try and beat out Budweiser rating for the best super bowl commercial, while also trying to get more fan participation in the company. It…

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    In today’s society we are constantly being pulled and prodded towards new products that are being advertised to say that they will be beneficial to our lives. In the end, they really do not. The truth being we are persuaded though many different channels. Some of the channels that are used can be entirely nonverbal. The artifact that I chose is the Budweiser’s 2015 ‘Lost Dog’ Super Bowl Commercial Found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWeKtqWc2EA. The commercial took us through many…

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    Millions of viewers watched the Super Bowl Sunday, making the event one of the largest moments for sports/entertainment. The Super Bowl commercials have become part of this experience. Every year, corporations, compete against each other, paying millions of dollars for time slots advertising their products. These particular commercials usually have a lot more creativity put into them. They play the same crucial role as the game itself. Businesses go above and beyond in hopes of getting into a…

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    Position Paper #1 Millions of people look forward to watching the Super Bowl every year and many enjoy the commercials too. As years pass, the commercials must change with the times, trying to be as funny and appealing to as many as possible. In an effort to be remembered, many companies have created some very controversial commercials which may not be appropriate for younger viewers. As society changes its taste, the commercials must too, but where must we draw the line? There were two…

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    The Super Bowl, an event which manages to capture the attention of all of America, even if for a day. No matter the teams which compete for the honor of the title of the Super Bowl champion, everyone has their eyes on them. Even those who despise football find themselves eagerly watching, whether it be for the entertaining commercials or the dazzling half time show. The half time show, a jaw dropping heart stopping event in which each performer attempts to mesmerize the media and audience by out…

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    retired from all major and minor league teams. April 15, 1997: The magnificent night at New York's Shea Stadium when Jackie Robinson's No. 42 was retired throughout Major League Baseball in an unprecedented tribute under the direction of Commissioner Bud Selig. 2004 The Boston Red Sox win their first World Series in 84 years over the St. Louis…

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    When asked about legalization, Bud Selig, the former commissioner of Major League Baseball, posed a weak rebuttal by citing Arnold Rothstein as a reason against legalization. Selig’s ideology is flawed in several ways. First of all, sports gambling has always been illegal in America, for all intents and purposes. Therefore, when Selig mentioned Rothstein it was a poor example because sports betting wasn’t legal when he fixed the World Series. Furthermore, it was easier to pull off such a caper…

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    few movies such as Goodnight, Good Luck, Akeelah, The Bee and played as the U.S. President in the movie Sharknado. He's stared in two TV series, Entourage, and The League. Cuban had thought about buying an MLB team but he said with the commission Bud Selig running…

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    Negatives Of Peds

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    Have you ever heard of someone or knew someone who used PEDs or performing enhancing drugs? You’ve probably heard of Lance Armstrong or Alex Rodriguez, they got caught using PEDs. Now, what exactly is a PED? A PED is a drug that resembles the structure of the body’s sex hormone testosterone. These drugs are used by athletes to boost the body’s ability to produce muscle and prevent muscle breakdown, according to Kids Health. Athletes may think that these drugs can boost their game, but these…

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    Steroid Era Essay

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    Drug use is a problem in every sport, but no sport compares to baseball. In a game where home-runs bring in the money, players usually do whatever it takes to get an edge. This includes taking performance-enhancing drugs that cause many health issues and permanently damage the body. The Steroid Era saved Major League Baseball because of increased attendance to games and income due to home-runs. On August 12th, 1994, the Major League baseball players association went on strike. The strike lasted…

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