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spokescharacter

Definitions

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  • n. A character used as a spokesperson.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • On July 7, it will introduce in an ad a Little King character as the son to its royally silent (and, Ad Team thinks, vaguely disturbing) King spokescharacter.

    Ad Track: Winning ads really work for consumers

  • It wallowed in a faux-Mexican theme, complete with spokescharacter “Pedro” in sombrero, serape and Fu-Manchu mustache.

    Monday, August 31 – The Bleat.

  • With no fictional characters out there to generate goodwill for him, Gibson has to stand alone as his own worst spokescharacter.

    Fake People: So Much Better Than the Real Thing - Tuned In - TIME.com

  • Wallace Church was also quick to see the FEEL value in the Pillsbury doughboy when it inherited this venerable spokescharacter.

    Experiential Marketing

  • In 2002, Ziggy was the official spokescharacter for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Author and illustrator Eric Carle says he's thrilled that his creation has metamorphosed into a "spokescharacter" for an anti-obesity campaign.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Broadway player has spun his absurd Jack Black-style narrator from current breakout show into an equally outrageous commercial gig as Keystone Light's new spokescharacter, Keith Stone.

    Latest Broadway Buzz

  • In the final analysis though, results revealed an overall tendency which might be disappointing for those companies who are tightly focussed on upwardly leveraging their bottom line via a high-profile (and often surprisingly costly) spokescharacter.

    Improbable Research

  • The spokescharacter Ronald McDonald, created by McDonalds to promote its brand to children, is the second most famous advertising image of the 20th century, and is recognized by 96 percent of children.

    Ars Technica

  • Following the stunt at Rubytuesday. com, new ads will feature spokescharacter Johnny K who will guide viewers through the new look of the chain and explain all of the changes that have happened.

    Brandweek - News and Features

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