Robin Thicke has taken over the world thanks to his monster hit “Blurred Lines”. And the excitement hasn’t stopped as he performed the song for AT&T BlackBerry users on Aug. 15 in Chicago. And now better yet, you have the chance to win one of these awesome phones!
BlackBerry brought Robin Thicke to AT&T’s Michigan Avenue Store in Chicago for an intimate performance with approximately 200 fans. Robin opened the show by walking through the crowd and interacting with fans as he sang his summer hit, “Blurred Lines.” Fans in attendance received tickets as a gift with purchase of the new touch screen BlackBerry Z10 or the new BlackBerry Q10 which features the beloved BlackBerry keyboard. And now you can win one!
Whether its ‘Don’t Stop Believin’,’ ‘Single Ladies’ or ‘Slave 4 U,’ I say what better way to ease the transition into re-runs of ‘Glee’ this summer then with a high-energy concert of all your favorite ‘Glee’ hits with all your favorite ‘Glee’ kids.
I’ll admit I don’t watch Glee every week, but when I catch it I am very entertained with the exploits of Finn, Rachel, Brittany and the rest of the gang. However, all I want now is to get a hold of all the Glee DVDs and CDs I can, because the Glee Live! tour sponsored by Samsung and AT&T was spectacular. This Memorial Day weekend the kids of McKinley High had the Staples Center rocking — but my favorite by far was Heather Morris.
There go your rollover minutes, Tiger!
AT&T is officially clicking off on their endorsement deal with Tiger Woods. The phone company announced the split in a brief statement today, Dec. 31, saying that they “wish him well in the future.”
That future, unfortunately, is looking grim for the golfer, at least when it comes to his sponsorship deals. Not only has he been dropped by AT&T, he was also cut off by Gillette and Accenture, while Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer said it would “downscale” Tiger’s appearance in their ads.
Are you surprised it took this long for Tag Heuer to respond to Tiger?
Yet another one of Tiger Woods‘ sponsors is rethinking its relationship with the gofer. Just one week after Gillette cut the golfer from their ad campaign, Swiss watch maker Tag Heuer is jumping on the bandwagon and says it’ll “downscale” its use of Tiger in their ads — but not drop him completely.
On Dec. 10, Australian Tag Heuer stores took down their Tiger posters but at the time said it was routine for them to switch ads four or five times a year. Now they’re finally admitting Americans won’t be seeing him represent the company as much as he did before due “to recent events,” CEO Jean-Christophe Babin said.
He may be a bad hubby, but Tiger Woods is still a great advertisement!
For all of you wondering what is going to happen to Tiger Woods, financially, after this major debocle in his personal life, we have the answer: nothing. Besides possibly having to pay his wife Elin Noredegren a couple million more than he originally promised, Tiger won’t lose any cash from his endorsements or sponsors, according to Ryan Schinman, the CEO Platinum Rye Entertainment, a company which Forbes named “the single largest buyer of celebrity talent in the world.” He adds, “Do not expect Tiger to lose a single endorsement deal in the near future,” Schinman says. Read more