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Published:January 12th, 2010 23:41 EST
General Motors Smacks Down Tiger Woods

General Motors Smacks Down Tiger Woods

By Robert Paul Reyes

General Motors says that its agreement with Tiger Woods that allowed him to have free vehicles, like the Cadillac Escalade he crashed in his Florida neighborhood on Nov. 27, ended two weeks ago.

Even though Woods` endorsement contract for GM`s Buick brand ended in 2008, Woods had been allowed to keep several vehicles, including the Cadillac SUV and reportedly a Buick Enclave crossover, for his personal use. But the agreement that allowed the world`s richest professional golfer access to those new vehicles ended Dec. 31, said Buick spokeswoman Dayna Hart. The agreement was in place before the crash." Read More

Even though Woods` endorsement contract for GM`s Buick brand ended in 2008, Woods had been allowed to keep several vehicles, including the Cadillac SUV and reportedly a Buick Enclave crossover, for his personal use. But the agreement that allowed the world`s richest professional golfer access to those new vehicles ended Dec. 31, said Buick spokeswoman Dayna Hart. The agreement was in place before the crash." Read More

Tiger Woods won`t miss the Cadillac Escalade and the Buick Enclave, the disgraced golfer could afford to bail out GM and Ford.

But GM`s action is a slap on the face to the arrogant Woods, it`s a rebuke he richly deserved. GM is saying that having Tiger Woods behind the wheel of one of their cars is damaging to their brand name. At this point Tiger is as toxic as many of the rapper thugs that fancy Escalades.

Maybe the humiliated and despised Woods can become a spokesperson for "Honest Dave`s Used Car Emporium." Tiger`s reign as the the endorsement king are over, no more freebies for the scumbag golfer.

If Tiger still has the GM vehicle that he crashed into the fire hydrant, he should sell it on eBay. The way things are going for Tiger, he could use the money.

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