Adidas and Puma were the result of two brothers, Adolf & Rudolf Dassler, who created the Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory and had a falling out which caised to split and form their own rival companies. Adolf who was nicknamed Adi Das made Adidas and Rudolf went on to make Puma. historybyday.com/human-st…
Even though the Netherlands football team had Adidas jerseys in the 70s, Johan Cruyff's shirt had two stripes instead of the trademark three because he had a personal contract with Puma. 45spaces.com/pics-of-dutc…
A cougar has over 80 different names including: mountain lion, panther and puma! animals.howstuffworks.com…
Today I learned about pumapards, which are a cross between puma and a leopard en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pum…
Two German brothers Adi and Rudolf Dassler, worked together during WWII making sports shoes. After a huge fall out between the two, they split up and started their own rivalry firms - Adidas and Puma. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adi…
The rivalry between Adidas and Puma became so fierce that the German town of Herzogenaurach (where both companies had their HQs) became known as "the town of bent necks", as no local would start a conversation with another without first looking down to check which firm's shoes they were wearing independent.co.uk/news/wo…
The rivalry between Puma and Adidas has created a divide in the town of Herzogenaurach (HQs of both companies are located here) businessinsider.com/how-p…
The Argentinian rugby team is called the Pumas due to a South African journalist mistaking the animal on their jersey during a tour in 1965. Their symbol is a jaguar, but the nickname stuck. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arg…
That Puma, Cougar and Mountain Lion are names for the same exact animal. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pum…
German shoe companies Adidas and Puma were started by two brothers, who became business rivals after an argument drove them apart. They never spoke to each other again. content.time.com/time/spe…
The terms cougar, mountain lion, puma, and panther all refer to the same animal. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cou…
The founders of Adidas and Puma are brothers, and were Nazis content.time.com/time/spe…
Puma was founded in WWII by Rudolf Dassler because he thought his brother, Adolf Dassler - founder of Adidas was referring to his family when he said 'The dirty bastards are back again'; and not the allied bomb attacks. content.time.com/time/spe…
German brothers Adolph and Rudolph Dassler split up their father's shoe company in to Puma and Adidas in 1948. This happened after Adi leaked information to Americans saying that his captured brother was a member of the SS. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ado…
, the first African American athlete to ever be sponsored, Jesse Owens, took no money to wear locally German manufactured shoes during the 1936 Olympics. The company today represents the 2nd and 3rd largest sportswear manufacturers in the world, Adidas and Puma. in.rediff.com/sports/2005…
The only known incidents of a Puma attack in Scotland happened in a dive bar in Leith. edinburghnews.scotsman.co…
Adidas was founded by two German brothers, Adi and Rudi Dassler. After a disagreement, Rudi went onto create PUMA. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adi…
Cougar, mountain lion, puma, panther, and catamount are all names that actually refer to the same one animal. animals.sandiegozoo.org/a…
The cougar, mountain lion, puma, panther, and catamount are all actually the same cat, the puma concolor. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cou…
In dictionaries, mountain lions are listed as having more names than any other animal in the world. Writer Claude T. Barnes listed 18 native South American, 25 native North American, and 40 English names for the same animal. Scientists simplify this with binomial nomenclature, Puma concolor. mountainlion.org/FAQfrequ…
Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory founders Adolf and Rudolf Dassler split into competing companies following a dispute, Adolf created Adidas and Rudolf created Puma. They were also Nazis. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ado…
The Co-Producer of Pretty Woman and former owner of Puma, helped Israel steal nuclear technology from the US and helped promote apartheid in South Africa in exchange for Uranium. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arn…
In 1924, German shoemaker Adolf Dassler let his brother, Rudolf, join his sports shoemaking company. During WWII, they grew to hate each other and in 1948, Rudolf started his own company across town. Adolf, aka Adi, changed his company's name to Adidas; Rudolf started Puma. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ado…
The cougar holds the Guinness record for most different names of an animal. It has over 40 different names in English alone including mountain lion, puma, cougar, etc. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cou…
The shoe companies Puma and Adidas were birthed from a bout of bad blood between siblings in Germany after WWII. Their intense rivalry even divided their hometown, which earned the nickname β€œthe town of bent necks” because everyone would look down to find out which shoes strangers were wearing. content.time.com/time/spe…
The Adidas and Puma clothing companies were founded by two brothers who feuded until their deaths. (Bonus: they were both members of the Nazi party). fortune.com/2013/03/22/th…
Shoe companies Adidas and Puma were started by feuding Nazi brothers. in.rediff.com/sports/2005…
"adidas" and "Puma" have been competing since their foundation by two highly-competitive German brothers who argued about everything. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rud…
: PUMA and ADIDAS are two rival companies owned by two german brothers in the same town in Bavaria , Germany en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adi…
Adidas and Puma's headquarters are located on opposite sides of a river in the town of Herzogenaurach, where there is bitter brand loyalty concerning footwear. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Her…
A mountain lion, a puma, a cougar, and a panther are all the same animal. defenders.org/mountain-li…
Cougar, Puma, Panther, and Mountain Lion are all names for the same animal defenders.org/mountain-li…
A pumpard is a hybrid of a puma and a leopard. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pum…
The founders of Adidas and Puma were brothers. thedailybeast.com/newswee…
Adidas & Puma were founded by 2 brothers & continue to be headquartered in the same German town. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Her…
Brothers Adolf "Adi" Dassler & Rudolf "Rudi" Dassler set up their own sports shoe business. Both joined the Nazi party, but a rift grew between them leading to their split in 1947. Adi named his shoe company ADIDAS, with Rudi creating a rival firm called Ruda, later renamed PUMA bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode…
Pumas ("cougars") are in Guinness World Records book with the greatest number of names. It has over 40 names in English alone! en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cou…
Puma and Adidas founders were Nazi brothers and started the two companies after one brother suspected the other had turned him in to the Allied forces; they became life-long rivals and are buried at opposite ends of the same cemetery. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pum…
In the English countryside, multiple wild cats keep being sighted. What’s more multiple Puma’s and Lynx’s a Jungle cat and a Caracal have all been successfully caught often without explanation roaming in the countryside. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bri…
Two brothers setup a shoe company fell out and went their separate ways - one formed Adidas the other Puma. With factories in the same town over the river from each other. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pum…
Adidas & Puma are headquartered in the same small German town & are the result of a sibling rivalry. fortune.com/2013/03/22/th…
Pumas, Cougars, Mountain Lions and Panthers are all the same animal. sandiegozoo.org/animalbyt…
Cougar, mountain lion, puma, and panther are just different names for one species of cat en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cou…
The founders of Adidas and Puma clothline were brothers, hated each other, and part of the Nazi party en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pum…
Jesse Owens was sponsored by Nazi brothers, who founded both Adidas and Puma. Adolf Dassler drove from Bavaria to the 1936 Olympics and persuaded Owens to use them, the first sponsorship for an African American. Business boomed; selling 200,000 pairs of shoes a year World War II. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pum…
Adidas and Puma were registered by the same family in the same year. en.wikipedia.org/?title=A…
The founder of Adidas is the younger brother of the founder of Puma. m.rediff.com/sports/2005/…
German cobbler Adi Dassler founded Adidas and his brother Rudolf founded Puma. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ado…
Cougars, pumas, mountain lions, catamounts, and panthers are all are the exact same animal. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cou…

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