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  • noun Plural form of nonsponsor.

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Examples

  • To ensure that only the companies that pay millions of dollars to be official Olympic sponsors enjoy the benefits of exposure in Olympic venues, organizers have covered the trademarks of nonsponsors with thousands of little swatches of tape.

    Olympic Logo Cops Enforce Stupid Rules With Masking Tape | Disinformation

  • Along with some other nonsponsors, Nike is trying to dot downtown Atlanta with billboards.

    A Piece Of The Olympic Action

  • That prohibition, announced at a news conference held in conjunction with the China Advertising Association, applies to sponsors and nonsponsors alike.

    Beijing Tightens Olympics-Ad Grip

  • According to a recent Nielsen survey, "Adidas faces a significant challenge from nonsponsors" Nike and Li Ning, a Chinese sporting-goods maker, says Richard Basil-Jones, Nielsen's managing director of Asia Pacific media.

    Adidas Bets Big on Beijing

  • HONG KONG -- Beijing has promised to step up efforts to prevent nonsponsors of this summer's Olympics from "ambushing" the more than 60 official sponsors that spent millions for the right to associate their brands with the world's biggest sporting event.

    Beijing Tightens Olympics-Ad Grip

  • Also policed is so-called ambush marketing, in which nonsponsors seek to associate themselves with the Games, and athletes 'uniforms, whose logos must be authorized and displayed in accordance with rules on size and placement.

    Ignore That Logo Under the Tape!

  • The strong arm of the government has also helped curb the ambush marketing that typically occurs at Olympic Games as nonsponsors seek to associate themselves with the Olympic brand.

    Adidas Bets Big on Beijing

  • To ensure that only the companies that pay millions of dollars to be official Olympic sponsors enjoy the benefits of exposure in Olympic venues, organizers have covered the trademarks of nonsponsors with thousands of little swatches of tape.

    Ignore That Logo Under the Tape!

  • The Olympics torch relay, which is making its way through China, has witnessed some violations by nonsponsors, including use of the image of the torch in advertising, said Bocog's Mr. Chen.

    Beijing Tightens Olympics-Ad Grip

  • BURNS: And being a sponsor doesn't protect you from what is called guerrilla advertising by nonsponsors keen to steal some of the World Cup limelight.

    CNN Transcript Jun 5, 2006

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