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VOLUME 7, NUMBER 234                                                       
Friday, December 1, 2017

ANY IDEA WHO SAID THIS? “For me, I thought it was great.”

BRAIN TEASER: There is one player in the Hero Challenge flied that is getting married on Tuesday in the Bahamas. Who is it?

PRIVATE LABEL: The Courses at Andrews, the only 54-hole Department of Defense Golf Facility, located on Joint Base Andrews in Prince Georges County Maryland; has added to its family of branded products.

Following the launch of SmokeHouse 54, in May 2016, it introduced its own premium alcoholic beverage “SmokeHouse 54 Amber Ale.” It has since become a staple product in its sales mix and has been featured in other locations on and off Joint Base Andrews as well at the 2017 Joint Service Air Show.

Beginning today, December 1st 2017, it is expanding its brand message to the most consumed beverage on the planet, “SmokeHouse 54 Coffee.” The propriety blend of coffee beans from around the world includes the bittersweet chocolate traits from Brazil complimenting the sweet brown sugar and cinnamon tones from Guatemala; with the addition of fruity acidic tones from Kenyan beans. The premium “Smokehouse 54 Coffee” will feature daily freshly ground beans.

The military community and their families who transit through the Washington D.C. area are invited to make “SmokeHouse 54” a “must taste” and now “must drink” on the list of things to do.

SEE YOU IN COURT: Nike Inc.'s knitted shoe upper technology, which it calls FlyKnit, has been lucrative. Since it was introduced in February 2012, the FlyKnit technology has adorned several shoes and brought in well over $1 billion in sales. The technology has also spurred a back-and-forth with Adidas AG since 2012 over its patentability. On Thursday, Adidas filed an appeal with the U.S. Federal Court of Appeals contesting an Oct. 19 decision by the Patent Trial and Appeal Board upholding Nike's patent for the knitted upper technology. READ MORE>>>

WEB GEMS:

PROOF IS ALWAYS IN THE PUDDING: “Let’s hope that he comes back and performs because golf has missed him, as I have said many times. He’s a marketing dream for golf and that’s why, over the last 25 years, golf has boomed in the way it has. It has been down to him. Let’s hope he doesn’t cry wolf once more because, if he does, I think this will be his last chance, really. I don’t think he will have another one. So, if this doesn’t work, then I think that’s it and I think the general public will feel the same.” READ MORE>>>

EARLY IMPRESSIONS: Tiger Woods dazzled in his much-anticipated return from injury on Thursday at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas where the former world number one flashed his vintage fist pump and did not seem troubled by his troublesome back. Woods appeared pain free at the Albany course on the island of New Providence where he mixed five birdies with two bogeys for a three-under-par 69. READ MORE>>>

ANSWERS: “For me, I thought it was great.”--Tiger Woods on his opening round (69) at the 2017 Hero Challenge.

Englishman Tommy Fleetwood is getting on Tuesday in the Bahamas after playing in the Hero Challenge.

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