Retail Sales means the transfer to a customer of goods in exchange for payment occurring in retail stores, sidewalk sales, farmers’ markets, flea markets and restaurants. The term “retail sales” does not include sales of goods at yard sales, tag sales, and other sales by residents at their homes.
Examples of Retail Sales in a sentence
Retail sales and services must be conducted and accessed wholly within the building(s) housing the use to which the activities are accessory and comprise no more than 10% of the gross floor area.
Retail sales inventories declined 0.3%.Capacity Utilization - Capacity Utilization, which measuresthe amount of a plant in use, continues to skim just below 80 percent.
Retail sales and services must be conducted and accessed wholly within the building(s) housing the use to which the activities are accessory and are limited to the first two stories.
More Definitions of Retail Sales
Retail Sales means all sales of tangible personal property to any person or entity which is subject to the Sales and Use Tax Law and which generates Local Sales Tax Revenues.
Retail Sales means the sale of goods, wares, or merchandise for any purpose other than resale in the regular course of business, including restaurants and peddlers.
Retail Sales means all sales activities at the airport not directly related to the transportation of persons or property. Sales include but are not limited to food, beverages, souvenirs, sundries, books, newspapers, and magazines.
Retail Sales means sales of electricity by a POU to end-use customers and their tenants, measured in MWh. This does not include energy consumption by a POU, electricity used by a POU for water pumping, or electricity produced for onsite consumption (self-generation) that was not sold to the customer by the POU.