The most obvious ones!
<a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwarf_tossing>Dwarf tossing</a>!
There's always XXX games...
<a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muff_diving>Muff Diving</a>!
Cash-strapped AMD didn't bother to tell investors how it plans to reorganize manufacturing operations and return to profitability during its annual shareholder meeting yesterday — but apparently nobody was concerned. Far greater queries were afoot. The chip maker faced only a single shareholder question during the Q&A segment …
Why not horseshoe tossing with Hector Ruiz's neck being the pole in which to score a "ringer"? Just thought I'd pass this along. These corporate executives could care less about the poor persons whom jobs are affected due to THIER miscalculations, poor business strategies, missed market timing in getting their product out, etc. The day is SOON coming when all thier money, nice lavish homes and toys won't be worth anything... including the paper their money is printed on!
While it pains me to say this, that suggestion may not be too bad depending on the costs (you say it's expensive, but didn't mention how expensive, and I can't be bothered to investigate). After all, the kind of person who can afford to play golf usually has plenty of cash to throw around and likes to look smart by mentioning names and buzzwords. Unfortunately, the game of golf (yes, it's a game, not a sport) is probably too much of an ego strokefest (no pun intended) for them to even notice the names of their sponsors.
Umm David, AMD are one of the middle tier sponsors of ferrari.
By middle tier i mean they are not mentioned in the team name (i.e Scuderia Ferrari Malboro), but they have space on the car, the race suit and the helmet (i think, im not 100% certain on the helmet) just like Shell.
So I think they already do slightly better then a winglet on a Force India, no?
Get into France (hey, it's a huge market, they will soon need to replace their Minitel...), sponsor the Petanque tornament.
The target demography isn't that far from golf, and a lot more fun. The balls are bigger and a lot heavier which confer the advantage to throw them about 10m away. So far less to walk and lot more time to drink a (few) nice glass of Ricard.
Golf: 18 holes, 1 drink. Petanque: 1 runway, 18 drinks. Guess which I prefer.... (oops, am I getting old?)