Practice Quiz 5 (chapter 13)

Warehouse clubs such as sams club and costco a

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5. Warehouse clubs such as Sam's Club and Costco A. usually operate in large, no-frills facilities. B. have been successful targeting small-business customers. C. emphasize homogeneous shopping products. D. usually charge consumers an annual membership fee. E. All of the above are true. 6. The "wheel of retailing" theory says that: 7. Which of the following would be considered a retailing "category killer"? 8. Some differences between online and in-store customers include: 9. Truck wholesalers: A. usually sell perishable products that other wholesalers prefer not to carry. B. don't own the products they sell. C. usually sell in large quantities, e.g., truckloads. D. don't stock the products they sell. E. All of the above.
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