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    Caffeine Experiment

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    We chose to conduct this experiment because both Amber and I are interested in athletics and the science side of it. There have been several researchers studying the effects of caffeine, and they believe it can enhance athletic performance and agility in sports. Because of this we believe if caffeine levels are increased, then time taken to run a lap will decrease when time is a function of caffeine level. To test this we will have a group of ten subject male and female who around the same…

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    My soda Company is called Shock Alive©, and the slogan is “It’s Alive with Flavour™” I chose that slogan because it means that it’s full of flavour. Also my logo is Shock Alive©, and below it is the heart monitor line, I chose that as my logo so it would show people that it will bring them “back to life”. Shock Alive© is targeted to athletes who need a boost right before a big game, or event, or even just a practise. The colours on the can are blue, and yellow, because those colours make it…

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    Ski Jump Research Paper

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    Introduction: Ski jumping is one of the competitive sports with the Olympian ideal of going faster, jumping further and leaping higher than the opposition (Muller 269). However, sometimes accidents happen. For example, Thomas Morgenstern crashed during a trial round for the FIS Ski Jumping World Cup in Bad Mitterndorf. Later, he was hospitalized with skull injuries and a bruised lung (The Associated Press). Then, why did this accident happen? What influenced the performance of Morgenstern and…

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    Energy drinks, they are good right. Wrong, they are bad for you; it could be considered just as dangerous to your health as tobacco, drugs, or alcohol. Sure it hasn’t killed as many people but someday it will get there. Especially if there are no laws made about it. It is truly harming kids because their bodies are not developed enough yet and it’s really affecting their health. Monsters, there was a boy who had drank three of them quickly. Who know why but he did, well that boy is now dead.…

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    Budweiser: Best Buds, 2014 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7p_3lITiK_Q) Budweiser has had success of the years for the influential advertisements, especially the ones which view during the Superbowl. However, Budweiser does not employ the central route technique of persuasion, suggesting the peripheral route is just as successful. There is not a clear communicator in this advertisement; there is not direct speaking so the advertisement relies on a different form of communication. There are…

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    Instagram helps it’s users to get a clear picture of the anticipation of customers. It ensures that the marketing strategies are not obsolete and they always remain per the taste and preferences of buyers. Many successful business enterprises like Red Bull and Southwest Airlines have availed themselves of the benefits of Instagram through developing sound strategies for their customers. -7- Keep changing– “NOTHING IS PERMANENT, EVERYTHING IS TEMPORARY”.…

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    drinks among teenagers and young adults has been increasing in the past decade with the emergence of the energy drink “Red Bull” back in the late nineties. There are now over 300 variants of energy drinks offered in the US and some of them are available everywhere: corner store, grocery store, restaurants, bars and even vending machines. The top four energy drinks company, Red Bull, Monster, Rockstar and NOS are often misleadingly advertised in sports, popular youth events and parties, which is…

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    the other things happening outside the company. It stands for Strength (S), Weaknesses (W), Opportunities (O) & Threats (T). See fig. 2.4. Fig. 2.4 shows the summary of SWOT analysis done on Red Bull. opportunities 1.Newer geographies 2. manufacturing unit in Asia 3.Product line extension 4. Red Bull can partner up with other major beverage companies. 4. Can sponsor other sporting activities like professional gulf tournament. Strength 1. Market leadership 2. Brand name 3. successful…

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    About Red rooster Red Rooster is an Australian fast food restaurant chain which serves roast chicken. Since beginning its entryways in 1972 Red Rooster has become one of the biggest Australian worked junk food franchised restaurants, utilizing more than 7500 staff from in excess of 360 stores. Its headquarter in Balcatta, Western Australia. Red Rooster is prominent the whole way across Australia for their oven-roasted chicken which has been marinated for around 12 hours. There key to…

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    literature. In Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest there are a lot of colors. This essay could go on forever with all of them, so here are four: white, red, green, and purple. White and red represent emotions that the Combine feels towards the men on the ward, and green and purple show the men’s emotions towards the latter. Kesey uses white, red, green, and purple to symbolize the emotions of different characters throughout his novel. White is a “color without color”. Some people view at as…

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