Retailing

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All of the following are aspects of Tim Hortons' strategy,as mentioned in the textbook,except:

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A

provide top-quality, always fresh products

B

good customer value

C

continuous innovation

D

community leadership

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Question 2
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According to the text,Tim Hortons has locations in all of the following countries,except:

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A

Gulf Cooperation Council

B

Canada

C

the United States

D

Dubai

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Question 3
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As part of their community leadership strategy,Tim Hortons is involved in all of the following areas,except:

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A

Timbits Minor Sports Program

B

Coffee sustainability partnership program

C

Animal welfare initiative

D

Micro-enterprise program

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Question 4
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When Tim Hortons opened in 1964,they offered:

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A

only two products

B

only coffee

C

more than ten products

D

more than five varieties of donuts

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Question 5
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Rona,Tim Hortons,and Canadian Tire are all examples of _____________ businesses.

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A

manufacturing

B

wholesaling

C

retailing

D

facilitating

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Question 6
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Retailing is an important marketing activity.Not only do producers and consumers meet through retailing actions,but retailing also creates ______ and has a significant impact on the economy.

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A
the nation's largest source of tax revenues
B
public service to charities
C
harvesting possibilities
D
customer value
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Question 7
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The top 250 retailers in the world,based on sales,had combined sales of approximately:

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A
$1.3 trillion
B
$2.3 trillion
C
$3.3 trillion
D
$4.3 trillion
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Question 8
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Major retail categories in Canada include:

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A
automotive, coffee, furniture, and clothing.
B
automotive, food, furniture, and clothing.
C
SUVs, beverage, homes, and services.
D
SUVs, food, homes, and clothing.
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Question 9
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Canada's top three grocery store rivals (Loblaws,Sobeys,and Metro)have combined sales greater than the GDP of which country?

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A
United States
B
Switzerland
C
China
D
North Korea
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Question 10
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Canada's largest department store companies (Hudson's Bay,Walmart and Sears)have combined sales greater than the GDP of which two countries?

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A
Slovenia and El Salvador
B
Iceland and Honduras
C
Belgium and Belize
D
Gabon and Nicaragua
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Question 11
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E-tailing,the ability to shop 24 hours a day is expected to reach global sales of ________ by 2015.

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A
$10 billion
B
$20 billion
C
$30 billion
D
$40 billion
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Question 12
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All of the following are described as aspects of v-commerce,except:

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A
some vending machines are integrated with Wi-Fi
B
vending machines only sell fast-food (chips, pop, chocolate bars, etc.)
C
vending machines can accept cashless purchases from smartphones
D
new machines are becoming 'green'
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Question 13
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One of the fastest growing trends in direct mail is:

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A
subscription services, where products are delivered right to your door after signing up
B
purchasing computers online
C
shopping online, and having products sent to the nearest store
D
shopping online, and having products sent directly to your address
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Question 14
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One of the fastest growing trends in retail locations is:

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A
online ordering
B
smaller stores in urban centres
C
pop-up shops
D
larger box stores in urban centre
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Question 15
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Shopper Marketing is focused on:

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A
influencing the in-store behavior of a shopper by using displays, samples, and coupons
B
securing those customers who check prices in-store using their mobile device
C
bringing those individuals who primarily shop online, into the store
D
upselling to vulnerable customers
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Question 16
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A women's clothing store having only one outlet likely falls under what form of ownership?

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A
Wholesaler
B
Contractual system
C
Corporate chain
D
Independent retailer
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Question 17
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Enterprise car rental agency differentiates itself from other similar agencies by providing a delivery service.This delivery service is particularly valuable to someone who has been left stranded without transportation.What level of service does Enterprise appear to be offering?

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self-service
B
low-service
C
limited service
D
full-service
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Question 18
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Hudson's Bay,Walmart,Loblaws,and First Choice Haircutters are all examples of a(n) ________ .

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A
independent retailer
B
corporate chain
C
contractual system
D
business franchise
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Question 19
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Each of the following is an example of a corporate chain EXCEPT:

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A
Hudson's Bay
B
Guardian Drugs
C
Loblaws
D
Walmart
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Question 20
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Specialty discount outlets focus on one type of product,such as electronics,or books,at very competitive prices.These outlets are referred to in the trade as:

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A
merchandise stores
B
supercentres
C
hypermarkets
D
category killers
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