sales booth

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Noun1.sales booth - a booth where articles are displayed for sale
booth - a small shop at a fair; for selling goods or entertainment
coffee stall - a stand (usually movable) selling hot coffee and food (especially at night)
newsstand - a stall where newspapers and other periodicals are sold
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Contract awarded for Cafes, wine sales booth gel Remodeling Bid Information Notice
Among the items Smith will have in his inaugural sales booth will be Hawaiian and aloha shirts & dresses-which he is always wearing all his television program-as well as several items he picked during taping.
And in order to engage more with our customers, we have set up a sales booth that offers a variety of services to the public, as well as information about the services being offered by Omantel, especially roaming and international calls, as well as reduced prices and off peak timing for international calls," noted Al Lawati.
If you are attending SHOT Show, see the M10 rifles at the Colorado Gun Sales booth, #2609.
Grand National day is almost sold out with only 100 Steeplechase Enclosure tickets, which cost pounds 19, available to purchase by telephone (0844 579 3001) or at the sales booth on Grand National Avenue.
She assisted us at all our events, including staffing the book sales booth at the convention with Mr.
18 in Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, found that sales were more likely if the attempt took place in stadium stands rather than at a sales booth.
Business sublets 2 spaces for additional income; a bakery & calling card sales booth.
on game days to drive him to Giants Stadium, where he operated his own sales booth.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD -- With his sketches and watercolors on display at the NoHo Scene, artist Cristopher Nolasco on Saturday peered out from his sales booth at the gleaming high-rise lofts nearby.
In December, the members assisted Kappa Delta Pi, the campus Education Honor Society, by working the sales booth at the Scholastic Book Fair.
After attacking Courtney and Nia, Little Joe turned on ticket seller Nilsa Silver, who was sitting in a sales booth.