As much as I love Max Aaron, he's still too relatively unknown, but why not 2-time national champ Jeremy Abbott. Or even Ashley Wagner...she hasn't had the big international success, but she had a pretty solid and successful season last year.
because when people think figure skating, they still think kwan.
uh...Jeremy's a 3 time nat'l champ (4 if you count his Jr title) but he doesn't pretend to be macho, so he's not going to be picked
Davis and White would be so much more appropriate. They are also attractive and well spoken.
Ashley is attractive and great when giving health/exercise related interviews. She's not a lock for a medal though.
Max is too new, and not a lock for a medal...though he certainly has a better personality than Evan.
Jeremy is unknown outside of figure skating, and he's definitely not guaranteed a spot on the Olympic team.
So true. Especially if Evan comes back. Evan will be a lock.Jeremy is unknown outside of figure skating, and he's definitely not guaranteed a spot on the Olympic team.
Plus I'm not sure even Jeremy thinks he can make it at this point-too old, too injured. Plus he hasn't been hiding out like Evan, conserving the body for the last 3 years.
Evan's not a lock, either. But he is the reigning Olympic Gold Medalist. That counts for a lot in advertising.
I love that people act like they know better than the Coca-Cola marketing team who I am sure have done non-stop research into who should market their drink for Sochi.
michael jordan still has endorsements. do people ever say that those endorsements should go to active players?
I feel like I'm in a dream. But it can't be a dream because there are no boy dancers!
Maybe they should have more understanding and education when raising children, but they don't. I think these types of marketing and advertisements do something for Coke, otherwise, they wouldn't continue doing this.
Full, unopened Coke cans are excellent dumbbell substitutes in such healthful exercises as Side Lateral Raises and Biceps Curls. Crushing empty Coke cans with the hands is an excellent grip-builder, too.