- n a public promotion of some product or service
- v make publicity for; try to sell (a product)
The company is heavily advertizing their new laptops
- v call attention to
- Which is why the Partnership for a Drug-Free America, under new co-heads Bill Bennett and Mario Cuomo, is gearing up for a December and January advertizing blitz.
- In between time, however, he was advertizing man, banker, author of Bread and Circuses, George Washington, and admitted originator of the word "debunk.
- Wes Anderson in KGET 17
Anderson says, "Owen thought we were all washed up. He thought it was over. I remember him saying that we had to quickly look for work in advertizing, which I really did not want to do. He also kept saying that we needed to distance ourselves from...
- Brooks Laich in Washington Post (blog)
When asked if the media overglamourizes the matchup, Laich said: "Well, you guys got to sell newspapers and television advertizing and whatever. I don't know. For us, we just play. We enjoy playing in the game because they're a very good hockey...