The golfer, 34, has no free access to Cadillac cars, according to a spokesman for the luxury brand of General Motors. The agreement that Tiger Woods had with Buick from GM was finished in 2008, however the auto-maker continued providing its Cadillac models to the athlete.
But that agreement came to the end. According to a spokesman for the U.S. golf genius, the sponsoring that the luxury brand of GM had with Woods, ended the last 31 December of 2009. According to other sources, the vehicles that the golfer have owned, will be recovered by GM and they will be sold again.
All this trouble for Tiger Woods started sine November 27th, the day he crashed his Cadillac Escalade with a tree in front of his mansion in Florida.
But despite this, two brands still think Tiger Woods is a good face for their companies: Nike, which pays him about $40 million a year, has given support to the athlete. In the same way has done Electronic Arts, which is proceeding with plans to launch an exclusive game with the image of the golf star.