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Fuse Science Reaches Equity Endorsement Deal With Tiger Woods
Published November 10, 2011
The other intriguing part of the deal is just how much exposure the relatively unknown Fuse Science will get out of the deal. “Powered By Fuse Science” will be emblazoned on Woods’ golf bag, a signage space once held by Buick but taken by Woods' foundation since the Buick deal dissolved in '08. The Fuse name will first appear on Woods’ bag at the Chevron World Challenge Nov. 30-Dec. 4. Fuse also has plans to market Tiger signature products, all of which are applied topically in droplets.
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Also interesting are two of the individuals assisting Fuse in procuring athletes. They are Chicago-based Impact Talent Associates' Andrew Stroth, who has handled marketing assignments for Bears coach Lovie Smith and Eagles QB Michael Vick over the past several years, and former Champs Sports President & CEO Rubin Hanan. Steinberg said that inquiries seeking Woods' commercial services are "starting to approach the old days." Woods signed a Rolex deal five weeks ago. He also has endorsement agreements with Nike, EA Sports and Upper Deck. Fuse announced a deal with Texans RB Arian Foster last month and an agreement with Buccaneers CB Ronde Barber in September.