- adj. of, or relating to a promotion
- adj. of or relating to advancement
- adj. of or relating to serving as publicity
- promotion + -al (Wiktionary)
“Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson's brother Gerry has taken the term promotional vehicle to its literal extreme.”
“MARSH: Or the lack thereof, what I called the promotional piece for Mr. Mancuso.”
“In addition to the film, G.I. Joe has also been seen in promotional comic books, cartoons, and video games.”
“Although he controls only a tiny share of the basketball franchise, his stake is trumpeted loudly in promotional materials for the related Atlantic Yards arena project, and he was prominently featured at its groundbreaking in Brooklyn, along with Governor Paterson.”
“However, genre fiction often works differently — as you point out, some publishers like to quote from your reviews in promotional material — in part, I think, because fantasy/scifi/mystery/romance authors often are repeat authors.”
“(Ohno and Hedrick also opted out of the marketing agreement, but they allow the federation to include them in promotional materials.)”
“The Fed also proposed several other changes to the credit card regulations: Issuers would not be able to raise interest rates on certain promotional offers unless a customer was more than 60 days late on a payment, and issuers would have to take into account customers 'independent income, not just household income, when determining whether they are eligible for credit.”
“You'll need to get permission from them if you plan to use it in promotional materials.”
“Echoing the comments of many, Ted Marks, owner of Atwater Estate on Seneca Lake called the foundation "the main promotional source for our industry" but I'm left wondering if this is the right model to begin with.”
“Twilight Poison has extensive coverage of the Twilight Spain promotional tour that they were kind enough to share.”
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