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Relating to the publicizing of a product, organization, or venture so as to increase sales or public awareness.‘she was on a promotional tour for her books’
- ‘Sheesh, the lengths people will go to in order to avoid having to do a promotional tour with their daughter.’
- ‘It also said it would accept Apple's need to use already produced promotional materials.’
- ‘He's so appalled by the remake that he wants his name removed from all the promotional material.’
- ‘I like this film so much that I went on a very different promotional tour for it.’
- ‘It noted there was only limited promotional material in Urdu or any other Asian language.’
- ‘This film no longer exists, except for a few stills taken from promotional material.’
- ‘They have also been approached by neighbouring primary schools to make promotional videos or DVDs.’
- ‘In addition, customer response to promotional material also needs to be measured.’
- ‘We just get very little in promotional materials so it's hard to actually make some money off of it.’
- ‘The Wallace Group carried on business here and abroad in the design and sale of promotional games.’
- ‘It also brought him to Christchurch for the first time last week, on a promotional tour.’
- ‘Here's where we publish promotional material that probably won't be grabbing any front pages.’
- ‘The photographs from the day will be used in publications put out by the society and in other promotional material.’
- ‘Has there been any kind of promotion or promotional material which embarrasses you?’
- ‘It will then be used as a promotional video to give to parents who are thinking of sending their children to the school.’
- ‘I live in York, and he came here as part of the promotional tour for the book.’
- ‘The station is already on air running promotional material and will launch in November.’
- ‘I sat down next to the window and a shelf with heaps of promotional material on tourism in Hungary.’
- ‘They are planning to use the money to invest in promotional material to advertise the company.’
- ‘To entice foreign visitors, four London buses made a promotional tour of the Continent.’
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