Now GM Motors cancels deal with Tiger WoodsJanuary 15th, 2010 - 1:40 am ICT by IANS
London, Jan 15 (IANS) Disgraced golfer Tiger Woods has lost another major sponsor - GM Motors - following his infidelity scandal.
Woods, who last month announced an indefinite hiatus from golf to repair his fractured marriage with wife Elin Nordegren, has already lost lucrative deals with Gatorade, luxury watchmaker Tag Heuer, US telecommunications giant AT&T and management firm Accenture. Now GM bosses have opted not to work with the sports star any more, reports people.com.
The company’s endorsement contract with the golfer ended in 2008, but his driving deal was extended through Dec 31, 2009 and now reports suggest Woods will no longer be permitted to drive GM cars for free.
Woods is reportedly seeking counselling for sex addiction in a South African rehabilitation clinic.
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