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HB 267 Quiz #10 Answers 1. An example of a hotel revenue center would be: a. Maintenance shop b. Storeroom c. Laundry facilities d. Lounge/bar 2. When considering club food and beverage pricing which of the following is true: a. Food and beverages served at the club should be priced above the market rate. b. Food and beverages served at the club is most often priced based on what the F&B director believes the members can afford. c. Food and beverages served at the club is most often priced based on a bottom line percentage determined by the club’s board. d. None of the above 3. Food and beverage sales contribute between ____________ to a theme park’s revenues: a. 5-10% b. 20-40% c. 15-25% d. 10-15% 4. The average full service hotel generates between 10-15% of its total revenue from food and beverage operations. a. True b. False 5. The single largest source of on-board revenues for cruise ships is: a. Casino profits b. Gift shop revenues c. Food sales d. Alcohol sales 6. Managers are hired to manage a club based on the needs and desires of the:
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2010 for the course HB 267 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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