sales check

sales check

 (sālz)
n.
A slip of paper given by a store to serve as a record or receipt of a purchase or sale.
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Premier Inn hotels owner Whitbread said resurgent northern economies had helped sales check out higher.
The estimated growth rates for 2010 are set at a cautious +15% with an increase on orders of +21% in front of an invariable amount of the average sales check.
COTTAGE GROVE - Twelve of 15 businesses in Cottage Grove and Creswell passed an Oregon Liquor Control Commission minor sales check by refusing to sell alcohol to a minor.
Using customer sales check details gathered by Gazelle, the company says InfoScan On-Premise utilizes 100% POS sales information to help beverage manufacturers and suppliers understand what is being consumed on-premise within the casual dining sector, giving manufacturers valuable insights to drive their businesses.
1 million stopped by once a day, this area of the metropolitan area alone could support 126 coffee bars with an average sales check of $3.
9 Capitalized interest $ 187 $ 118 $ 615 $ 463 Monthly Comparable Store Sales History Percentage Changes from Prior Year Fiscal Months Cracker Barrel Logan's Restaurant Average Retail Average Sales Check Sales Sales Check Fiscal 2004 Four weeks ending August 29, 2003 1.
In particular, it is alleged that, among other allegations, changes made to the menu at the Company's flagship Ruby Tuesday chain to increase the range of offerings and price points were negatively impacting sales, as the average sales check price was declining without contemporaneous increases in traffic, and that contrary to reported progress, same-store sales were continuing to decline exponentially.