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- Occasionally, the Gillette pitchmen were real athletes like Muhammad Ali or David Beckham, who provided aspirational examples of the masculine ideal.
- Who needs those guys when you've got the 43rd president of the United States as your TV pitchman?
- Kobe had so many things going for him as a pitchman.
- He spent eight years as a corporate pitchman for General Electric.
- There was a even an issue cover I think, or at least some page art we had commissioned, showing Krugman as a crude pitchman or something.
- Without vendor sponsorship, you are never served up a speaker pretending to be unbiased, but is really just a pitchman.
- Anyway, his position makes him a natural pitchman in St. Louis for just about anything.
- Would you believe even sought-after pitchmen?
- Failing that, a campaign needs professional explainers - pitchmen who can whisper the real meaning.
- We spoke to Doornick about his newfangled pitchmen and the old-fashioned sales techniques that guide their design.
- But now, the $55 billion a year footwear and sports apparel market is looking to hip-hop stars as their leading pitchmen.
- There are a lot of celebrity pitchmen out there, a lot of famous people, sports figures who have pitched products.
- The average American child watches more than 20,000 TV ads a year, to the certain delight of pitchmen.
- The show further blurs the line between advertising and entertainment in an age of celebrity pitchmen and scripted product placement.
- All those old, out-of-shape reservists being dragged back by Rummy would be great pitchmen for arthritis medication.
- Already prominent pitchmen in Japan, Ichiro and Sasaki are now fielding offers from U.S. companies.
- In some cases, they become sports anchor or pitchmen for products ranging from underwear to deodorant.
- Harris cleverly creates lingering interest in the product even after the pitchmen have motored on to another city.
- Jesus, now the GOP's Indian pitchmen can ruin my dinner for a product they don't want.
- It's unimaginable what could happen if optimism were reinterpreted as artifice and the pitchmen ended up being punished.