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type    commander    approves    the    commanding officer’s request, a two-drawer cash register must be  used,  where  each  operator  has  access  to  only one drawer. When two persons operate one retail store,  cash  will  be  collected  at  the  end  of  each shift and inventory will be held monthly. OPERATION OF THE RETAIL STORE The  primary  sales  outlet  aboard  ship  is  the retail  store  (fig.  2-2).  This  is  not  only  the  most difficult   sales   outlet   to   operate,   but   customer contact is normally heavy. Most ships have one or two  retail  stores;  however,  this  is  dependent  on the size of the ship and crew. As the retail store operator, you will eventually become the center of attention  among  the  crew.  This  is  why  you  will need to learn your job well so you can perform for your  shipmates  in  a  beneficial  manner.  You  will perform many tasks, need to know many policies,   and   familiarize   yourself   with   many procedures before you operate a retail store. AUTHORIZED CUSTOMERS Ship’s store and clothing stock may be sold to officers and enlisted  personnel  of  all  branches  of the     armed     forces,     Public     Health     Service personnel,   National   Oceanic   and   Atmospheric Administration   personnel,   and   foreign   service personnel of the United States who are on board for  duty,  active  duty  for  training,  or  passage  en route to a duty station. Accredited United States technicians (military or civilian) who are assigned on  board  in  an  official  capacity  are  authorized customers.   Also   authorized   are   the   previously mentioned  personnel  who,  while  not  actually  on board,  are  located  in  remote  areas  where  armed services exchange facilities are not available. Items   purchased   from   the   ship’s   store   by authorized  customers  must  be  purchased  for  the personal use of the purchaser or dependents or Figure 2-2.-The retail store. 2-5

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