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  • n. Plural form of spokescharacter.


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  • A good number of blue-chip corporations have chosen to create 'spokescharacters' to represent them.

    Improbable Research

  • The Zevo-3 characters are not even the first 'spokescharacters' to appear in advertising for a commercial product before emerging as characters in an entertainment program-the California Raisins, for instance, were featured in a cartoon series (and related merchandise) only after they were first seen in commercials for the California Raisin Advisory

    Ars Technica

  • "spokescharacters" to interact with the children and develop relationships with them so that they can be persuaded to buy something.

    Pacific Free Press - Hard Truths for Hard Times - Progressive opinion, dissident news

  • TV ads show M&M's spokescharacters swinging from ropes and plunging down a cavern.

    Marketers whip up a storm of Indiana Jones tie-ins

  • Yet traditional American marketing strategies, such as celebrity endorsements or the use of adorable spokescharacters, won't work for companies like Louis Vuitton.

    The Bare Necessities: Marketing Luxury Goods in a Bad Economy

  • Uncle Ben is a rare survivor in the once-crowded world of racist spokescharacters.

    Clearance Items - The Consumerist

  • Last night on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart brought on the special contributor the Pillsbury Dough Boy to talk about bad behavior by anthropomorphic corporate spokescharacters.

    Eater National

  • Preschool children more readily recognize brands if they have cues, such as spokescharacters.

    Ars Technica

  • Several food companies have considerable brand recognition through their spokescharacters.

    Ars Technica

  • Children as young as 2-3 can recognize familiar spokescharacters.

    Ars Technica


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