5. AT kings island, WE VALUE, ENCOURAGE, AND EXPECT OUR EMPLOYEES TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE GROWTH OF OUR BUSINESS. WHAT ARE SOME IDEAS YOU CAN OFFER AS TO HOW TO INCREASE kings island SALES AND/OR IMPROVE THE OVERALL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE?
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I'm sorry, but what is the question?
how would i go about answering this?
First, just list some things you think would make your visit there better. Then, start adding reasons (why this is better) to each suggestion. You should shoot for three ideas, and three reasons for each idea. Before you know it, you will have your answer on paper. Just rewrite it in paragraph form.
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"AT kings island, WE VALUE, ENCOURAGE, AND EXPECT OUR EMPLOYEES TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE GROWTH OF OUR BUSINESS."
Now, the question is:
"WHAT ARE SOME IDEAS YOU CAN OFFER AS TO HOW TO INCREASE kings island SALES AND/OR IMPROVE THE OVERALL CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE?"
The most important thing is to note that you are being yelled at, therefore making the situation more urgent. Now, Kings Island expects AS WELL as encourages you to "contribute to the growth of [our] business". Considering the question, this is a semi-tautological statement, suggesting that nobody at Kings Island actually knows what they are doing.
Now, the usage of the term "sales" suggests retail business. Presumably, if you are selling something, and you have no idea what you're doing (to the point where improvement efforts are merely expressions of tautological thought), you are most likely selling invisible things. Being that it is hard to market invisible things, the best strategy to keep people in your store is to lock them in until they agree to buy something.