Examples of merchandising in a Sentence
She is the company's director of merchandising.
The film made a lot of money thanks to strong merchandising.
Most of the movie's earnings came from merchandising and not ticket sales.
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But the keepers of the game are projecting a $1 billion bump in television, ticketing, sponsorship and merchandising sales by bloating its golden goose from 64 to 80 games.
Until a permanent replacement for Mr. Parneros is found, his role will be filled temporarily by a group of executives that include the chief financial officer, the chief merchandising officer and the vice president in charge of stores.
But Serta, along with other companies that had paid to license Donald Trump’s name, halted that merchandising business once his political rhetoric during the 2016 presidential campaign sparked controversy.
These will grant him complete control of the universe and, presumably, a percentage of the merchandising.
Lincoln spends much of her time focused on the merchandising and overall aesthetic of the store.
Photo agencies typically set a fee based on type (such as editorial, advertising, or merchandising), and the online or print audience reach of the publication.
Whenever a global event like this comes around—the Olympics, say, or a Royal Wedding, or a new Fast & Furious movie—an entire industry of tie-in merchandising emerges around it as if from nowhere.
TeaSquares is one of about 30 new local suppliers that Jewel-Osco will be introducing to its shoppers later this year, said Anthony Suggs, vice president of marketing and merchandising for Jewel-Osco.
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MERCHANDISING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of merchandising for English Language Learners
: the activity of trying to sell goods or services by advertising them or displaying them attractively
: the activity of selling products that are related to something (such as a television show, movie, or sports team) in order to make more money
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