Found August 22, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
PLAYERS: Usain Bolt
Olympic athletes have scored some pretty lucrative deals over the years in terms of cash money but the offer that sprinter Usain Bolt got seems to be of the tasty variety. Bolt was given the offer of a free lifetime supply of Chicken McNuggets from an online British shipping company called Shutl along with a 1% stake in their company if he gives them an endorsement. Below is the form letter that the company sent to Bolt to entice him: We'll keep you posted if Mr. Bolt takes the deal.
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