- v. To aggressively attract attention for something
- tub + thump. (Wiktionary)
“They tubthump this project all over the world as an example of the USA doing good.”
“Greenwich Council likes to tubthump about its own "success", and it's "energy efficiency" ratings are no exception.”
“Christensen, who will host the pilot of NBC's "Parenthood"; and "Treme" protags Wendell Pierce and Khandi Alexander, who will tubthump the HBO serial drama in Italy alongside helmer”
“IAd rolls off Apple cart - Technology News: Hollywood eyes new i-branding offering -- Apple is about to make it easier for Hollywood to use the iPhone as a promotional tool to tubthump new movies and TV shows.”
“Still, profits fell 12% to $150 million, sinking mostly because of higher fuel costs and promotional costs to tubthump the Disney Cruise Line, and fewer visitors to Disneyland”
“Johnny Depp made a surprise appearance to promote "Alice in Wonderland," and the cast of Summit's "Twilight" franchise returned to tubthump "New Moon.”
“Interstitial promos on the network tubthump not just for the behind-the-scenes special but also for the stage production itself.”
“Several Rodriguez alums showed up to tubthump the pic, including Quentin Tarantino, helming partner Ethan Maniquis and co-stars Jessica Alba and Cheech Marin.”
“Pernilla August and "Millennium" trilogy star Noomi Rapace came to tubthump "Beyond," which screens in Critics 'Week.”
“The YouTube deal, in particular, is a way for the Google-owned company to tubthump its new movie rental business.”
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