Definition of 'promoter'
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The promoters have to make their money somewhere and they make it from the teams. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There is a queue of managers and promoters waiting to sign that man up. The Sun (2008)Some boxers are looking like the sharks they try to portray managers and promoters as. The Sun (2008)Most fighters who become promoters are only interested in making money for themselves. The Sun (2010) The promoter accepts no liability for lost or stolen vouchers. Times, Sunday Times (2008)That is because of an agreement between top European promoters to ignore those with serious doping histories. Times, Sunday Times (2011)At last we are able to compete with the big American promoters who are no longer the draw they once were. The Sun (2015)The calendar is packed from March to November each season as clubs and promoters make hay. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That means promoter, manager, seconds and other fighters on the bill. The Sun (2012)She was noticed by agents, managers, promoters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But the universities have become the chief promoters of that quintessentially human activity, inquiry for inquiry's sake. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)
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British English: promoter NOUN
A promoter is a person who helps organize and finance an event, especially a sports event.
...one of the top boxing promoters in the country.
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