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  • Celebrity Puppets Essay

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    Celebrity Puppets The concept of using sports stars to market non-sport items has soared to new heights. Every corporation in the world is trying to get the edge over their competitors. The classic example is that of the “Cola Wars.” During the 1980s, Pepsi and Coca Cola began an advertising slugfest, in which Pepsi emerged victorious by using Madonna and Michael Jackson as puppets in their commercials. These two companies, as well as thousands of others, have taken advantage of exposing celebrities

  • Afterhours Case Study

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    NASCAR at Richmond International Raceway, Short Pump Town Center, the UCI bike race, Richmond International Airport, and Innsbrook Afterhours are all some of Henrico County’s hallmark features and events. It is important to the county that its residents are able to enjoy these facilities safely and easily. The Innsbrook Afterhours summer concert series is a central feature of the county during the warmer months. Its widely varying acts bring in all different types of people, who all should be able

  • The Legacy Of Ralph Dale Earnhardt

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    the 1982 and 1983 seasons. Dale struggled, during the 1982 season. He failed to finish 15 races, although he won at Darlington, and completed the season 12th in the points standing, which was the worst of his career. At Pocono Raceway Dale flipped after contact with Tim Richmond and suffered from a broken knee cap. Dale overcome and won his first of twelve Twin 125 Daytona qualifying races, in 1983. Winning at Nashville and Talladega, Dale finished eighth in the points standings. Dale returned to Richard

  • Biography : The Greatest Nascar Racers

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    By: Dana Dobson 10/8/15 #5 Biography One of America’s greatest Nascar racers followed in his father’s path, regardless of efforts from his father to embrace a different career. He lived and died doing what he loved, going fast

  • Main Styles Of Racing That Have Affected The American Culture

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    Four Main Styles of Racing that have Affected the American Culture: A Review of Some Related Stories, Articles and Literature Tammy Smithers Popular Culture 394, 001-2015-030 Professor J. Chowning April 29, 2015 America has been fascinated with racing since the 1800’s and there are so many types of auto racing in America and each one is unique. Automobile racing is a competition race between cars and drivers. Even the first motor race between steam engines took place

  • History Of Influences On Guam

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    Joshua F. Mendiola EN—102 Professor J. Wyble Final Research Paper History of Influences on Guam “Guam is an unincorporated and organized territory of the United States” (World Atlas). The island has been around for a very long time and has been through two wars, Spanish-American War and World War II, involving the United States Military. Although this island is just 30 miles long and 12 miles wide, it has been claimed and conquered by three different nations Spain, United States, and Japan. Guam’s