AT&T will no longer be calling on Tiger Woods.The Associated Press . AT&T joins Accenture in dropping Woods, who is taking a break from golf to focus on his marriage after his admitted infidelity.AT&T hasn't used Woods's image much in advertising, but the company's logo did appear on his golf bag. Woods has also been the host of the AT&T National PGA Tour event since its beginning in 2007. Since Woods is breaking from golf, he will not host the 2010 event, but AT&T's sponsorship of the event will continue. The Tiger Woods Foundation will also continue to be the event's beneficiary, under a contract that runs through 2014.AT&T had also been the sponsor of the annual Tiger Jam concert in Las Vegas, but that contract has expired. will "downscale" its use of Woods' image in ad campaigns.
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