“Advertised” means any attempt, other than by use of a price tag, catalogue or any offering for
sale of a motor vehicle, to directly or indirectly induce the purchase or rental of
merchandise at retail, appearing in any newspaper, magazine, periodical, circular,
in-store or out-of-store sign or other written matter placed before the consuming
public, or in any radio or television broadcast.
“Merchandise” means any objects, wares, merchandise, commodities, services or anything offered
directly or indirectly to the public for sale or rental at retail.
“Raincheck” means a written statement issued by a retail mercantile establishment allowing the
purchase of designated merchandise at a previously advertised price.
“Retail mercantile establishment” means any place of business where merchandise is exposed or offered for sale at
retail to members of the consuming public.
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