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“I would tell investors, if you’re in a hot area, be careful, because that’s an area in which promoters will try to foist off not only unprofitable but fraudulent businesses,” Chanos told Bloomberg Television.
Though attendance was lower than in prior years, it swelled as promoters targeted marketing to tourists, concert organizer Tyler Davis said.
Like other hot consumer companies, Affirm also touts its net promoter score of 78, suggesting more than three-quarters of customers would recommend the company.
His organization now attacks all elements of a musician’s life, from approaching event promoters to legal tutorials.
HE HELPS FOLK MUSICIANS STAY ALIVEDANIEL MALLOYOCTOBER 9, 2020OZY
This is a measure that combines the net promoter score and purchase intent.
Parliament is often more easily persuaded than the shrewd investor, as many a too sanguine promoter knows.
In his life's story there were no paragraphs that old Maddy was a hoarder of gold or a promoter or exploiter of things found.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Davy had planned to ride over to the B-line, and go over his speech-plans with his manager and promoter.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
"Certainly," and Foster made the receipt out in that form, handing it to the promoter.
Ever the promoter of education and culture, he was himself a man of learning in various branches, and a poet of no mean talent.

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