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promotion

  1. the means of bringing products to the attention of consumers and persuading them to buy those products. See PROMOTIONAL MIX, ADVERTISING, SALES PROMOTION, MERCHANDIZING, PERSONAL SELLING, PACKAGING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES.
  2. the elevation of a person to a position of greater authority and responsibility. See ORGANIZATION CHART.
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The market for our retailer own-label and Yeo Valley branded yogurts remains highly promotionally driven and price sensitive.
Created with the input of the group members, the three-CD, 63-song compilation covers material from their beginnings as a chart-successful, yet promotionally neglected group in the Motown Records production mill of the early 1960s through their rocket ride to mainstream stardom on Atlantic Records that included 11 Top 20 Pop and 21 Top 20 R & B hits between 1972 and 1984.
WH Smith has been active promotionally, to drive early footfall and remind consumers of the strong value they will get at Christmas.
Reliant focuses on marketing promotionally sensitive pharmaceutical products to the high prescribing primary care, cardiovascular and specialist physician markets in the United States.
Sadly, we have always found it more difficult to find out what the Canadian renewable energy industry is doing; perhaps you and your colleagues could learn from the Americans and Europeans to be a bit more promotionally minded
The ARMS Show attracts promotionally focused retailers from supermarket, chain drug, and other channels, and features exhibitors of continuity promotions, traffic-builders, stamp- or tape-redemption plans, games and sweepstakes, loyalty programs, electronic marketing, travel programs, and in-and-out promotions.
The ARMS Supermarket Promotion Show attracts promotionally focused retailers from supermarket, chain drug and other channels, and will feature exhibitors of redemption plans, games and sweepstakes, and other promotions.
Distributing was found to have violated the FAA Act "by entering into an agreement, understanding, and/or contract which prohibited the Raceway at Powercom Park from purchasing products from or promotionally associating with any wholesalers other than W.
He said exports represent about 10 percent of the company's $50 million in sales of promotionally priced bedroom furniture, international markets include Mexico, Asia, Canada, the Middle East, Russia and South America.
However, the Disney-owned art distributor's promotionally overkilled entry, "Il Postino," was justly ignored in the major categories, winning only a consolation music prize.
While some retailers will continue to price promotionally to attract traffic, the everyday low pricing concept clearly is here to stay in the 1990s.
The new Xeon 3360, originally $199, is now promotionally priced at $169, a savings of $30 per month.

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