The mandate prevents insurance companies from shifting their promotional costs to consumers, Clinton said.
Anonymity—as the author of O has discovered—became part of a promotional game, teasing the public.
It gives the impression of being a promotional film, which is precisely what it happens to be.
promotional stunts have also, inadvertently, stirred up grassroots anger over fast-driving Ferrari owners.
A promotional campaign was launched for a soon-to-be released Bollywood movie, titled internationally With Love to Obama.
And his performance, which took place at the Coppertank events center in downtown Austin, only helped his promotional cause.
Warner Brothers sent me, Madonna, and Color Me Badd on a promotional tour to visit kids in the hospital.
Festival organizers insisted that this was a Jewish cultural festival, not a promotional event for the Israeli government.
Take, for example, the most dramatic plot point of the current season, one that was endlessly hyped in promotional packages.
It appears to be a piece of promotional literature issued in connection with the Haiti venture.
c.1400, "advancement in rank or position," from Old French promocion "election, promotion" (14c., Modern French promotion) and directly from Latin promotionem (nominative promotio) "a moving forward," noun of action from past participle stem of promovere (see promote). Meaning "advertising, publicity" first recorded 1925.
promotion pro·mo·tion (prə-mō'shən)
The stimulation of the progress or growth of a tumor following initiation by a promoter.