endorser endorser  /ɪn ˈdɔr sər/


  1. (n) someone who expresses strong approval
  2. (n) a person who transfers his ownership interest in something by signing a check or negotiable security


  1. Statement from Clinton's own Kennedy endorser-- Kathleen Kennedy Townsend -- here.
  2. But that doesn't mean the '08 race takes a break: During address, Obama sat prominently in House chambers next to new endorser and colleague Ted Kennedy.
  3. Everywhere he goes, his celebrity endorser Chuck Norris follows.


  1. D. Rose Could Be Deposed In Church Suit Against Adidas

    Derrick Rose seems to have found himself in the middle of a dispute between his sneaker endorser, adidas, and a local church in Zion, Ill. Photo Credit: Getty Images
    on June 15, 2013     Source: NBC Chicago

  2. Jay-Z and Samsung partnership looks promising

    Jay-Z could be Samsung's newest high-profile endorser, and, even better, a partner.Word about their partnership began surfacing last week, with the New York Post reporting that around $20 million is...        
    on June 15, 2013     Source: I4U


  1. Combs said he wanted to work with Diageo because the company understood that "I'm not just a celebrity endorser, I'm a brand builder. I'm a luxury brand builder."
    on Oct 24, 2007 By: Sean Combs Source: Washington Post

  2. "Our state election laws exist to guarantee the integrity of the democratic process," Coakley said. "When a campaign claims to have an endorsement without having the express consent of the alleged endorser, the campaign violates the law and...
    on Nov 24, 2008 By: Martha Coakley Source: Boston Globe

  3. "Endorsements are not a competition. Nobody loses an endorsement. It is just that sometimes the technicalities don't work out between the endorser and the brand. At the end of the day, an endorser is asked to endorse a product because one's image...
    on Aug 1, 2008 By: Abhishek Bachchan Source: Mangalorean.com

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