Meaning of promoter in English
Etymologylate Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French promotour, from medieval Latin promotor (see promote)
Definitions1. someone who is an active supporter and advocate
- 2. a sponsor who books and stages public entertainments
- « What I would say about Barney Eastwood is that when our relationship worked, it worked extremely well. He had a lot of strengths as a promoter and a manager. » Barry McGuigan
- « I just recently joined Twitter. It's very positive - I love all the accolades. If my ego is hurting, I can just open my Twitter account and see 'Oh, I love you! I love the show!' and it's great. I'm trying to find the balance between trying to be funny, being honest and just being a promoter as the guy on 'Royal Pains.' » Mark Feuerstein
- « Cheerfulness is the best promoter of health and is as friendly to the mind as to the body. » Joseph Addison
- « Most people should be talking about how Floyd Mayweather is a great undefeated future Hall of Famer that's his own promoter and that works extremely hard to get to where he's at. Instead, all you hear is hate and jealous remarks from critics who criticize me and, you know, most of the time, the people that criticize me can't do what I can do. » Floyd Mayweather, Jr.