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b.  All  merchandise  displayed  in  a  manner  that  is attractive, quickly   identifiable, easily seen, neatly  arranged, 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 signs,  etc. g. Special event signs used according to instructions in display bulletins. h.  New  items  featured  and  so  identified. 8.   APPLIANCES 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   manufacturer’s   merchandise   of   same   category   displayed   next to  each  other  on  shelves. 11.   JEWELRY 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. AIII-3

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