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Assignment  2 Textbook  Assignment: “Operation  of  the  Sales  Outlets  (continued),”  chapter  2, pages 2-10 through 2-25. Learning  Objective: Identify the  policies  regarding  pricing of  merchandise  in  the  ship’s store  afloat.  (cont’d) 2-1. When a mark-on is desired on selected  items  in  the  retail store,  the  retail  store operator  can  only  change  the price  of  those  items  after  what action  is  taken? 1. Inventory is taken of those items by the ship’s store officer  or  designated assistant  in  the  presence of the retail store operator and the retail store  operator  signs  and dates  the  Retail  Price Change,  NAVSUP  Form  983 2. Notification by the ship’s store  recordskeeper  to change  the  price 3. A number is assigned to the Retail  Price  Change,  NAVSUP Form  983,  from  the  Number Control,  NAVSUP  Form  980 4. The  bulk  storeroom custodian  breaks  out  new merchandise  to  the  retail store IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  2-2  THROUGH 2-5, SELECT FROM COLUMN B THE PRICE THAT SHOULD BE CHARGED FOR EACH OF THE SALES LISTED IN COLUMN A. A. SALES B. PRICES 2-2. Sales to the 1. Retail commanding price officer of ship’s  store 2. Cost price stock for recreational 3. Standard purposes price 2-3. Sales to 4. Mutually ships not agreed-on operating price ship’s stores, when the transferring  ship does not provide a composite recreation fund 2-4. Sales of standard Navy  clothing  items to  authorized customers 2-5. Sales to merchant ships of ship’s store stock Learning  Objective: Identify the  techniques  and  procedures for  effectively  displaying merchandise  in  the  sales outlet. 10

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