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  • The Influence Of Gatorade On Athletes

    Gatorade is well known for how it refuels and reenergizes athletes during their peak performance times. In order for athletes to accomplish those goals, Gatorade must contain key ingredients important for the body. One of the most important ingredients in Gatorade that distinguishes the product from competitors, is the 21 grams of carbohydrates per 12 ounce serving (Figure 18). Carbohydrates are the body’s main source of energy. Researchers at the Australian Institute of Sport’s Department of Sports Nutrition stated that “the ingestion of carbohydrates, during and after exercise, are critical to the performance of a variety of sports events, and are a key recommendation in current sports nutrition guidelines” (Figure 19). When athletes work…

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  • Gatorade Gender Stereotypes

    at the label on the bottle. Every athlete knows that the bottle is a Gatorade bottle because of the shape and color of the product. But why is that? According to, “it was developed in the summer of 1965 for the University of Florida Gators in hopes to replace key components lost when players would sweat and exercise.” Once the Florida football players starting drinking Gatorade they began winning. Needless to say the product gained popularity, “now…

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  • Gade And Gatorade Rhetorical Statement

    PowerAde and Gatorade Ad Analysis and conclusion Since the inception of advertisements, companies have tried to differentiate themselves from similar products. Many things can be used to contrast their product compared to other products, including picture contrast, positive appeals to ethos, pathos and logo’s, and image-text placement. I decided to do my rhetorical analysis on two images in a very similar market, a Gatorade advertisement, and a PowerAde advertisement. Through my evaluation of…

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  • Snapple Case Study

    revenues tenfold to $80 million by 1989. Revenues subsequently reached $231 million in 1992 and Snapple was first sold to the Thomas H. Lee Company. Two years later in 1994 with Snapple generating $674 million, Quaker Oats acquired Snapple from Thomas H. Lee Co. for $1.7 billion. Quaker’s acquisition of Snapple was envisioned as a complimentary beverage to its Gatorade brand of sports drink, with each brand intended to fill Quaker’s product distribution and marketing gaps. Quaker’s…

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  • Analysis Of Gatorade

    In 2016 Gatorade released a new commercial with iconic athletes which included Usain bolt, Serena Williams, April Ross, and Paul George. In the commercial the athletes were pestered by their younger selves. The child version of these athletes helped motivate the athletes, such as wake them up, help them train, and be there moral support. An example of this is the first scene in the commercial where younger Serena Williams yells at older Serena Williams to get out of bed. Throughout the…

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  • Personal Narration: A Short Story

    it with Cherry Coke. The one liter bottle was soon gone. We invite another friend over, who accepts the invitation as well. She arrives, and with her, a 750mL bottle of red berry vodka and a cool blue Gatorade. This goes down straight as well, or mixed with the Gatorade, a deadly combination because the flavor of the Gatorade masks the taste of the vodka, no matter the amount of vodka. Soon the bottle of vodka is gone as well. It is five o’clock now, and I am beginning to feel the effects of the…

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  • The Planned Parenthood: A Short Story

    There was half a blue Gatorade taking territorial rights of the coffee table, while its cap was propped to its side. The cap slowly dripped little blue droplets of Gatorade onto the table. I smiled and remembered how I would blow those droplets around, waiting for them to become one little big bubble. The TV was on, but silent. My mom was laid over on the couch and mumbling into the phone. She looked as if someone had sucked the life out of her. I kissed her forehead and headed to the bathroom.…

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  • History Of Pepsico, Inc.

    PepsiCo, Inc. is a successful company that operates worldwide selling beverages like Pepsi, 7up, Mountain Dew, Mirinda, Lipton, Tropicana, Gatorade, Brisk, Mist Twist, Aquafina and Starbucks, as well as foods under the brand of Frito-Lay, Inc. that offers products such as Quaker, Walkers, Lay’s, Fritos, Doritos, etc. In 1902, Due to the increase in popularity of the new soft drink Pepsi, the behemoth we know today was known as Pepsi-Cola, a small company established in 1902 by Caleb Bradham, a…

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  • The Merger Of Pepsi-Cola And Frito-Lay

    Introduction of the Company (Pepsi-Cola) PepsiCo, Inc. was set up through the merger of Pepsi-Cola and Frito-Lay. Pepsi-Cola was made in the late 1890s by Caleb Bradham, Another Bern, N.C. drug authority. Frito-Lay, Inc. was surrounded by the 1961 merger of the Frito Association, built up by Elmer Doolin in 1932, and the H. W. Lay Association, built up by Herman W. Lay, also in 1932. Herman Lay, past chairman and Head of Frito-Lay, was official of the top administrative staff of the new…

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  • What Is Pepsico: Truly Sustainable Company?

    largest food and beverage business in the world. PepsiCo is the largest food and beverage business Within North America by net revenue. PepsiCo's power is its people. They constitute over 250,000 game developers, mountain movers and history architects spread around the world, and integrated by a shared and common set of values and goals. The firm believes that strong corporate governance is the foundation for financial reliability, investor assurance and superior performance. According to…

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