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[pey-truh-nij, pa‐] See more synonyms for patronage on Thesaurus.com. noun. the financial support or business provided to a store, hotel, or the like, by customers, clients, or paying guests. patrons collectively; clientele.What was the main purpose of patronage?
Patronage was a system of personal ties and networks in which a patron or superior offered protection and support to an inferior or client, who owed him loyalty and service in return. Patron-client ties were voluntary, emotional bonds of loyalty between unequals who were linked vertically in mutual-assistance relationships.What is an example of patronage?
Patronage is customers or the financial support from customers or guests. An example of patronage is all of the customers at a deli.