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.
With this cross-selling, Bloomingdale's is looking to "raise the average sales check" and is training its sales people to cross-sell to the consumer, Laneve said.
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.
If only 10% of the business districts' work day population of 1.1 million stopped by once a day, this area of the metropolitan area alone could support 126 coffee bars with an average sales check of $3.00.
Members of the public may call the company's hotline at 2629 7766 for enquiries during office hours about the recall.The CFS has also liaised with major local importers and conducted sales check at major local outlets.
Had sales checked with the customer, they may have found the need had been filled, another opportunity had surfaced, and investments in technology and talent could be better deployed elsewhere.
Meanwhile, for the sake of prudence, the CFS has conducted sales checks at the chain's retail outlets concerned and so far no affected product was found available for sale.
The team should determine whether detailed procedures for inventories are in effect, whether sales checks and credits are accounted for prior to the inventory, whether display merchandise is accounted for, whether inventories are done only by store personnel, and whether inventory shortages are investigated.
Just two days later the singer who had racked up 120 million album sales checked into hospital after suffering a nervous breakdown and attempting to commit suicide.
Furthermore, the CFS has contacted the major local retailers and conducted sales checks at local outlets.