b. All merchandise displayed in a manner that is
readily accessible for quick selection,
correlated for convenient selection and shopping ease, and
clean (this includes fixtures).
c. Tops of showcases kept clear of vendor-supplied merchandise
cards/racks (walk-in stores).
d. Ledges used to attractively display merchandise and not to store it.
e. Selling prices clearly indicated on shelves and bins, if appropriate.
f. Suitable sign holders used for wall signs, directory signs, merchandise
g. Special event signs used according to instructions in display bulletins.
h. New items featured and so identified.
a. Electrical outlets available to test electrical items.
b. All display models of electrical items in working order.
c. List of best selling records and tapes posted.
9. ATHLETIC CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT
a. All motorcycle helmets meet the Z90.1 Safety Standards.
b. Information available to all patrons concerning the hazards of
scuba diving when equipment is purchased.
10. HOBBY ITEMS
a. Assistance offered customers in obtaining repair of power tools
under warranty when purchased on special orders.
b. Related categories displayed next to each other.
c. All manufacturers merchandise of same category displayed next
to each other on shelves.
a. Merchandise price lines within the categories offered for sale.
b. Items with a mechanism, such as watches, clocks, lighters, checked
to determine if they are in working order at the time of sale.
c. For items that include guarantees, the guarantee given to the
customer with the items purchased.
12. LUGGAGE AND LEATHER GOODS
a. Personal leather goods displayed in coordinated sets of matching
pieces, as appropriate.
b. Price tags affixed to personal leather goods so they do not mar
or deface the leather.