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noun
the methods or techniques for creating public acceptance of or interest in a product, usually in addition to standard merchandising techniques, as advertising or personal selling, and generally consisting of the offer of free samples, gifts made to a purchaser, or the like.
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Origin of sales promotion

First recorded in 1915–20
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sales promotion

noun
activities or techniques intended to create consumer demand for a product or service
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