They took my picture—I was the young female driver with a red streak in her hair—and made me the poster child for the union.
They have made Keystone XL the poster child of their climate-change efforts.
Use him as the poster child for a nasty, devilish lobbying group being the de facto fourth branch of government.
Jimmy is the poster child for paranoia-induced volatility, and receives the brunt of the punishment.
This district now stands as a poster child for good urban education.
Italian-American Lasagna by Lidia Bastianich A dense meat sauce makes this lasagna the poster child for hearty lasagnas.
“EOTS is a poster child for one of the ills of the acquisition process,” the official said.
Patrina first served as a poster child for resilience rewarded.
Instead, she has been enshrined as the poster child of celebrity victimization.
Tired of being a poster child for stingy salaries, Walmart snarkily takes a leading left-wing critic to task.
Someone given prominence in a certain cause: The Bible-thumpers portray Col. North as the poster boy for the religious right/ Mary Matalin, for all her new visibility as a GOP poster girl, is actually a moderate/ Marky Mark became the poster child of the baby teens, smiling with sweet innocence in his Calvin Klein underwear from billboards around the country
[1980s+; fr the appealing children appearing on posters in the 1930s and following, soliciting money for various disease-fighting organizations]