Arnold Schwarzenegger s Endorsements

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  • Started: 4/1/2004 00:00
  • Ended: 4/3/2004 08:30
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 17
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Arnold Schwarzenegger s Endorsements
Contest Directions: Photoshop an advertisement with Arnold Schwarzenegger's endorsement or create a new product that uses Arnold Schwarzenegger as the spokesperson.

Contest Info

    • Started: 4/1/2004 00:00
    • Ended: 4/3/2004 08:30
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 17
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
17 pictures
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger Dummy

    Arnold Schwarzenegger Dummy
  • GoodYear by Arnold Schwarzenegger

    GoodYear by Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger with Maria Shriver

    Arnold Schwarzenegger with Maria Shriver
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger's Sunscreen

    Arnold Schwarzenegger's Sunscreen
  • Schwarzenegger's Salad Dressing

    Schwarzenegger's Salad Dressing
  • Schwarzenegger for McDonald's

    Schwarzenegger for McDonald's
  • Learn English with Schwarzenegger

    Learn English with Schwarzenegger
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger's Billboard

    Arnold Schwarzenegger's Billboard
  • Geritol & Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Geritol & Arnold Schwarzenegger
  • Ben and Jerry's with Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Ben and Jerry's with Arnold Schwarzenegger
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Arnold Schwarzenegger's election as governor of California coupled with his new status as being a public official does not seem to have curbed the strong desire of his advisors and consultants to protect and guard his image. After a brewery in Oregon introduced what it calls "Governator Ale" in January, the company advertised it as being a "no girly-man beer." The company promised to brew 3,200 cases for California drinkers alone under something called the Pumping Iron label. However, in the end, Schwarzenegger's lawyers demanded that the Portland Brewing Co. stop making beer that used the governor's image for profit. The company did comply and some sort of settlement is now in the works. Facts from Arnold Schwarzenegger's life: In 1979, Schwarzenegger received a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin. In 1983, Arnold became a U.S. citizen; as Arnold said in his autobiography, he was so proud of this event for an entire day, he went around with a flag. In 1992, Arnold bought the first "Hummer", intended for civilian use, for 45000 USD. It weight 2.9 tons and was 2.1 meters wide and the U.S. fuel economy standards were not applicable to the truck. During the gubernatorial campaign in 2003, he announced that he would convert one of his Hummers to hydrogen, which was implemented some time later (for $21000). In June 1997, Arnold spent 38 million dollars on a private jet Gulfstream. He sold it in 2000. In 1997, Arnold underwent heart surgery (valve replacement). On December 23, 2006, Arnold broke his hip while skiing in Sun Valley, Idaho and underwent a 90-minute surgery on December 26. The movie star refused personal chauffeurs and preferred driving his own vehicle: "There are things that a man must do himself. Kindle the fireplace in my house and drive my Porsche too". Schwarzenegger had motorcycle accidents twice. On December 9, 2001, he broke 6 ribs and was hospitalized for 4 days. On January 8, 2006, he had a crash on his Harley Davidson motorcycle, while driving his son Patrick in a sidecar. No one was hurt, apart from the fact that Schwarzenegger's lip had 15 stitches. It is necessary to note that, the Governor of California has no category of driving license (A-1 or A), which permits you to drive motorcycles. He said that, a relevant license was given to him in Austria and after moving to the United States, it did not occur in his mind to obtain a new license, which means that Arnold drove the motorbikes for 10 years without a license. After the latest incident, at last Arnold applied and received the Californian driving license to drive a motorbike. On July 30, 2007, the bodybuilder, movie star and Governor of California was 60 years old. He celebrated his 60th birthday with pomp in his homeland, Graz, Austria. The magazine "Muscle & Fittness" had a special issue, with five covers with two photos of Schwarzenegger on each cover, released on the 60th birthday of the Patriarch of bodybuilding. Authorities in the village of Tal, announced July 30 as "Arnold Day" and gifted him the house No.147, where he was born. In 2002, Arnold's statue was to be installed in Tal, but the works were stopped due to a request from Arnold. In Graz, stadium the "UPC-Arena" was called "Arnold Schwarzenegger Stadium" from 1997 to 2005. The stadium was renamed as per the request of Arnold in response to criticism for supporting the death penalty. In 2004, while on vacation in Hawaii, Schwarzenegger rescued a drowning man, swimming back to shore along with the drowning man. The IQ of Arnold Schwarzenegger is 135. According to several reports, Arnold Schwarzenegger was in a position to buy a M47 tank, the one which he operated while in Austrian army for 1.4 million USD from the Government of Austria. The tank was moved to the United States and installed in the museum in Columbus, Ohio. In 2008, Schwarzenegger took the tank from the museum and installed it "closer to home". In 1992, the "Schwarzeneggerization" effect was named after Arnold Schwarzenegger, which means replacing live actors with virtual actors. However, the very idea of " Schwarzeneggerization" became technically possible only ten years later. In the feature film "The Simpson's Movie" Arnold Schwarzenegger was shown as the President of the United States. In fact, Arnold Schwarzenegger cannot become the President of United States, because, according to the U.S. Constitution, only a citizen by birth can run for Presidency. In the movie "Demolition Man", according to the plot, Arnold Schwarzenegger was president of United States and in "The Expendables", Trench, the hero of Arnold, also ran for U.S. presidency. Arnold Schwarzenegger received a star on the "Walk of Fame" in Hollywood for his contribution to film industry. A Ground Beetle was named "Agra Schwarzeneggeri" in honor of Arnold Schwarzenegger.