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Review Practice Test # 5: Chapters 21, 25, 26, 27.Chapter 211) Which are the careers in distribution services? (P.222)• Purchasing agents• Information technology• Accountants• Human resources• Warehouse managers• Delivery drivers• Food inspectors• Street Sales2) What is the meaning of FFE? Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment (FF&E) (p.225)3) Which professionals in food distribution works directly with farmers, meat packing plants, sea-food houses, dairy, and processing plants? Food product suppliers (p.222)4) What are the trends predicted for menus in the future? More ethnic & healthier options (p.226)5) Which of the areas a food service designer works? Large & small corporate and private clients in casino resorts, schools, correctional facilities, retirement communities, health care, industrial food procession, mass production facilities (p.223)6) During a week, how often do meals and poultry deliver? Three to four days a week (p.222)7) Which of the career opportunities in the service equipment industry? (p.224)• Accounting/finance• AdministrationReview Practice Test # 5: Chapters 21, 25, 26, 27.• Customer service• Human resources• Marketing• Operations• Information technology• Sales8) Where is the AC linen located? Atlantic City (p.225)9) If you want a job with a company that specializes in hospitality technology, you must have a technical background and training in Implementation of systems, Product development & web design. (p.226)10) Menu’s at many restaurants are now required to have more information about? Nutritional content, origins of food products, and unique and innovative ingredients. (p.227)11) Within the __Beer__industry, new products in market placement have become very competitive (p.227).12) Sales people usually meet face to face with hospitality operations how often? Often meet weekly with hospitality operators: (p.224)• Provide information on cost cutting ideas• Introduce new product lines13) Sales reps of liquored distribution usually tend to specialize in one of these areas? Liqueurs, beers, and spirits. (p.223)14) Equipment suppliers can offer consulting services in areas such as kitchen design & layout, equipment, menu design, and sanitation needs (p.224)Review Practice Test # 5: Chapters 21, 25, 26, 27.15) Most purchases furniture & equipment are usually non-standard and Custom-made (p.225)Chapter 251) Sports and entertainment complexes offer a focal point for urban development and/or revitalization (p.263)2) What hurt the cities (inner cities) in the 1970s? Societies movement to suburbs in the 70’s hurt inner-cities (p.264)3) Efforts to revive inner city areas have capitalize on the following advantages: (p.264)• Unique cultural experiences in historical urban neighborhoods• Access to transportation• Expansive public parking spaces• Existing large sports venues such as stadiums and arenas• Steady growth of the events and meetings market• Continued presence of downtown business workers4) The earliest example of people travelling to a central location for entertainment was? Festival market places (p.264)5) Who was James W. Rouse? He was a developer in the 1980’s. James W. Rouse integrates these aspects to create ‘festival marketplace’ (p.264)• Integrated downtown • Cultural districts• Convention facilities• Entertainment facilitiesReview Practice Test # 5: Chapters 21, 25, 26, 27.• Utilized natural urban boundaries • Waterfronts & bridges• Created space that was safe and easily accessible to pedestrian traffic• Still remain successful in many cities in U.S.6) Considered one of earliest and most successful festival marketplaces Faneuil Hall in Boston) (p.264)7) This form of entertainment usually anchors a location based on entertainment site? (LBEs) Location-based entertainment sites (p.265)8) A partnership between a large retail company, and an entertainment company is a form to develop adult-oriented urban entertainment destinations known as UECs (p.265)9) A very popular festival market place in Atlanta is known as? Underground Atlanta (p.264)10) What is a LBE? Location-Based Entertainment sites (LBEs) (p.265) • Entertainment sites anchored by large cinema• Combine entertainment, dining, and specialty retail• Usually have a large sports arena within facility(Example: The Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.)11) What is considered a dark day out of venue? Events that goes on only on weekends with no activity to balance out the week. (p.266)12) This type of service was not originally contracted by venue management companies? Management Services (p.266)13) Which factors contributed to the growth of entertainment centers? (p.265)• Increased leisure timeReview Practice Test # 5: Chapters 21, 25, 26, 27.• Increased disposable income of customers• Growing market of those seeking family entertainment• Aggressive financing incentives from public and private institutions14) The Verizon Center in D.C is an example of LBE that has made a link to what type of entertainment? Sports Entertainment (p.265)15) What do cities used to enhance their bidding chances on a mega event? Urban entertainment districts, sporting facilities, or planned development are often selling points (p.267)16) What is SMG? A management company. What do they do? Manage services used to primarily include: (p.266-7)• Oversight of facilities• Delivery of foods and beverages• Concessions 17) Aramark has expertise in provision of services during the Olympic Games (p.267-8) 18) Recent Opportunities to expand services in venue management include: (p266-7)• Housekeeping• Maintenance• Uniform/laundry operations• cash management and budgeting• Security • Parking • LandscapingReview Practice Test # 5: Chapters 21, 25, 26, 27.• Property maintenance• Retail services• 19) What do organizers of mega event look at? Impact on tourism and infrastructure improvements and additions, and worldwide market exposure(p.268)Chapter 261) What is the meaning of attractions of economic engines? They provide economic benefit to the region in which they are located (p.274) (i.e...money spent by traveler)2) Which are the most often attendant cultural attractions? Most often attended are performing arts events and/or museums (p.277)3) What percentage of recreational land in the United States is managed by the United States; Government? 85% of all recreational land in U.S. (p.276)4) What is a temporary


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