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Question;363.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of the following terms best describes Publisher's Helper business?;A.;Rack jobber;B.;Broker;C.;Drop shipper;D.;Selling agent;364.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses is a franchise?;A.;Reddy and;Sons;B.;Cuzco's;C.;Publisher's;Helper;D.;Games;Unlimited;365.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by contracts;that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and joint;promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses is a voluntary chain?;A.;Games;Unlimited;B.;Valu Grocer;C.;Walden's;Leather;D.;Katrina's;Salon;366.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these business uses scrambled merchandising as a big part of its;strategy?;A.;Katrina's;Salon;B.;Johnson's;Health and Beauty Supplies;C.;Cuzco's;D.;Publisher's;Helper;367.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video games.;Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses has followed the wheel of retailing theory?;A.;Games;Unlimited;B.;Katrina's;Salon;C.;Walden's;Leather;D.;Valu Grocer;368.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses would be classified as a specialty shop?;A.;Walden's;Leather;B.;Cuzco's;C.;Publisher's;Helper;D.;Valu Grocer;369.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses relies on the mass-merchandising concept?;A.;Publisher's;Helper;B.;Cuzco's;C.;Walden's;Leather;D.;Reddy and;Sons;370.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is Centerville's;alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of merchandise. The;company used to concentrate its product mix on small appliances--but now Cuzco's carries any product that it;can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster turnovers and higher;sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses best fits the definition of a limited-line store?;A.;Johnson's;Health and Beauty Supplies;B.;Valu Grocer;C.;Cuzco's;D.;Walden's;Leather;371.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;would be classified as an agent wholesaler.;A.;Reddy and;Sons;B.;Publisher's;Helper;C.;Johnson's;Health and Beauty Supplies;D.;Valu Grocer;E.;None of these;businesses would be classified as an agent wholesaler.;372.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses best fits the definition of a limited-function merchant;wholesaler?;A.;Games;Unlimited;B.;Publisher's;Helper;C.;Reddy and;Sons;D.;Valu Grocer;E.;Cuzco's;373.;Use;this information for question that refer to the Centerville Retailers and;Wholesalers case.;Carol;Lamb has lived in Centerville all her life. She owns a retail store that;sells hobby and craft supplies. She bought the store after working there for;7 years. Carol has just been asked to head up the Retailers and Wholesaler;Group of the Centerville Chamber of Commerce. The most active chamber members;in her group are described below:Walden's Leather is part of a;regional chain of stores that sells leather goods--mostly men's and women's;clothing--with the upscale Walden's brand name. Walden's primarily relies on;its own stores where knowledgeable salespeople offer great service. Walden;products are also sold, on a limited basis, in some fine department stores.Publisher's Helper is a small;business started by Audrey Yang that provides and stocks display racks for;paperback books and magazines. Most retailers welcome the service Audrey;provides, in part because she does her own research to determine which;paperback books and magazines sell best in Centerville.Cuzco's is;Centerville's alternative to Walmart. The store sells a wide variety of;merchandise. The company used to concentrate its product mix on small;appliances--but now Cuzco's carries;any product that it can sell profitably. Its low prices stimulate faster;turnovers and higher sales volumes.Games Unlimited sells video;games. Jamie Carraway, who owns the local store, signed a contract with Games;Unlimited and follows strict rules covering her store's operations and the;Games Unlimited marketing strategy. She pays that company a fee for promotion;it provides as well as commissions on her sales.Johnson's Health and;Beauty Supplies sells cosmetics and other health and beauty products to;retailers and salons throughout the greater Centerville area. It owns the;goods it sells to these retailer customers, and it provides all the;wholesaling functions they need.Valu Grocer is an;independent grocery store that belongs to an organization sponsored by a;large food wholesaler. The fifty stores grocery stores that share the Valu Grocer name are linked by;contracts that include basic operating procedures, storefront designs, and;joint promotion efforts.Reddy and Sons sells;equipment for several different manufacturers of plastic molding in the;Centerville area. It earns a commission from each manufacturer on the;products it sells for that manufacturer, but it does not take ownership of;the equipment it sells nor does it install the equipment.Katrina's Salon started out as;a low-status, low-price, low-margin hair salon 15 years ago. After some;success, the company moved into a nicer storefront, raised prices, and now;operates in the middle of the market.;Which;of these businesses best fits the definition of a service merchant;wholesaler?;A.;Publisher's;Helper;B.;Valu Grocer;C.;Reddy and;Sons;D.;Johnson's;Health and Beauty Supplies

 

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