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Woods' Daughter Signs With Gerber

Jun 20, 2007

Three-Week-Old Sam Woods Is Youngest Celebrity Endorser Ever

Ponte Verde, FL - Sam Alexis Woods, daughter of Elin and Eldrick "Tiger" Woods, yesterday signed a $88 million endorsement deal with Gerber Organic to promote the company's Tender Harvest line of organic baby foods.

The contract was "signed" with young Sam's foot print, and co-signed by her parents.

It is believed that at age three-weeks old Woods is the youngest celebrity endorser in modern marketing history. Young Woods was born on Monday, June 18.

"Gerber has been one of the most trusted names in baby food and baby care for generations," Woods' father, Tiger, said in a statement.

The proud parent reported that his daughter Sam's favorite Gerber meal, so far, appears to be the Organic Sweet Peas. "Maybe we'll nickname her Sweet Pea," said the grinning father. "That'd be pretty cool."

 

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Reader Responses
Jul 6, 2007 12:43 AM
Doyle
Goofing on Tiger Woods is one of my favorite sports, Lord knows he's earned it, I mean how much richer does this guy need to get?  Great contribution. This oughta be in your Hall of Fame.
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