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    Gatorade Controversy

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    According to official website for Gatorade, Gatorade is the one of the most famous sports drinks, which was formulated in early summer of 1965 at the University of Florida College of Medicine to help football players to facilitate proper hydration. A private company obtained patent to sell the drink publically and started adding chemicals to processed Gatorade in 1969 (Newsmax Health, 2013). Soon after, Gatorade spread out athletic fields and it became the official sports drink of the NFL in 1983. Today, Gatorade keeps developing new flavors and is available more than 70 countries in the world. Storm discusses about fighting to additive ingredient of Gatorade on New York Times, 2012. Sarah Kavanagh was a 15-year-old student from Hattiesburg…

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    Gatorade Essay

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    1.1 Company Background The Gatorade Company is an American manufacturer which produces sports-themed drinks as well as food products. The beverage was originated in 1965 by the University of Florida’s researchers who desired to ameliorate the performance of the Gators football team in sweltering condition. Gatorade has started to become a key part of sports gear since the Gators football team won the Orange Bowl in 1967. Currently, Gatorade is acquired by PepsiCo and it is available in more than…

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    Gatorade Controversy

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    According to official website for Gatorade, Gatorade is the one of the most famous sports drinks, which was formulated in early summer of 1965 at the University of Florida College of Medicine to help football players to facilitate proper hydration. A private company obtained patent to sell the drink publically and started adding chemicals to processed Gatorade in 1969 (Newsmax Health, 2013). Soon after, Gatorade spread out athletic fields and it became the official sports drink of the NFL in…

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    Gatorade Target Audience

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    Vitaminwater to help Gatorade gain a bigger market following, and create a revamped online presence that will help them become the number one drink that all consumers can enjoy alongside any activity that they do. The target audience that I will use for Gatorade is everyone, but the targeting strategy will have a primary focus on consumers that love fitness and athletics. I came to this conclusion after my research of Coke and Powerade, which are the number 1 drink in the world and Gatorade’s…

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    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…

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    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 Gatorade.com, “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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    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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    The Gatorade Company provides sports performance innovations designed to meet the needs of athletes at all levels across all sports. The Gatorade Company’s parent company is Pepsico. Pepsico is a publicly traded company that generated more than $63 billion in net revenue in 2015, driven by a complementary food and beverage portfolio. Pepsico owns 22 incredible, billion-dollar brands. Some of the popular companies owned by Pepsico are Frito-Lay, Quaker, and Tropicana. The Gatorade Company falls…

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    Snapple Case Study

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    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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    to help Gatorade gain a bigger market following, and create a revamped online presence that will help them become the number one drink that all consumers can enjoy along side any activity that they do. The target audience that I will use for Gatorade is everyone, but the targeting strategy will have a primary focus on consumers that love fitness and athletics. I came to this conclusion after my research of Coke and Powerade, which are the number 1 drink in the world and Gatorade’s main…

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