In yet another blow to Tiger Woods in the wake of his multi-mistress sex scandal, corporate giants AT&T and Gillette are putting some distance between themselves and the golf pro. Gillette announced it will limit Woods' marketing role, saying, "As Tiger takes a break from the public eye, we will support his desire for privacy by limiting his role in our marketing programs." AT&T is reconsidering this year's deal to put its logo on Tiger's golf bag, saying the company is evaluating its relationship with him. However, Woods still has Nike's "full support." He last appeared in a prime-time television commercial for Gillette on November 29.
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