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the act or profession of promoting something, as a product

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Licensor's Right to Veto: Licensor shall have the right to prohibit Licensee from engaging in the sale of any products or use of any promotional or advertising materials if, in its sole discretion which it will exercise in good faith, it believes that the products or promotional or advertising materials fail to conform with the Quality Standards.
One possible measure he recommended was the creation of a special stamp that people could put on their cars, which would indicate that they do not wish to receive advertising material.
If FDA identifies a violation of laws or regulations in a DTC advertising material, the agency may issue a regulatory letter asking the drug company to take specific actions.
However, most advertising disclosures for insurance products are formatted as small-print text at the bottom of the page in advertising materials.
The center is described as a Web-based technology that automates the advertising process, reducing the time and expense associated with producing marketing and advertising materials.
"A growing number of Japanese business people have some command of English, but can still use help when vital presentations, research reports, PR or advertising materials require the polish that makes them persuasive," says McCreery.
For example, Coca-Cola--no slouch when it comes to marketing materials--recently contracted with IBM to corral its runaway digital advertising materials into a central repository, where Coca-Cola employees could download myriad rich media files from decades of print, radio, television, and Web advertising.
The medical affidavit, which accompanies advertising materials on the R.E.A.C.T.
BBX Capital (BBX) announced that its approximately 90% owned subsidiary, Bluegreen Vacations (BXG), had received a formal notice from Bass Pro and Big Cedar notifying Bluegreen that Bass Pro intends to cancel Bluegreen's access to the Bass Pro marketing channels and advertising materials 30 days from the date of the notice unless Bluegreen cures certain alleged breaches to Bass Pro's satisfaction.
The advertising materials can thus be seen and read at a glance from all sides without having to turn them around.
Warning notices have been sent out to organisations who place advertising materials on premises and street signs without the prior consent of the owners of the sites.
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