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Subway Removes Phelps From Web Site

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Subway used to have Michael Phelps‘ all over their Web site, and now they don’t. Here’s some dirt, what Subway execs are allegedly saying about their once beloved swim-star.

Via Buzznewsroom:

However, in de-linking all references to Michael Phelps, this is Subway corporate as they prepare for dropping their sponsorship. Our insider told us Subway execs are pissed off, talking to legal, want their endorsement money returned – and to “get rid of this embarrassment.”

These images show where Phelps’ name was listed, but isn’t anymore. Is this an embarrassment to the brands Phelps represents? You’re the pros, tell us what you think.

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