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You can use a standard caterer's symbol, such as a chef's hat, on your business card as your A. logo. B. gimmick. C. trademark. D. slogan
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User: You can use a standard caterer's symbol, such as a chef's hat, on your business card as your A. logo. B. gimmick. C. trademark. D. slogan

Weegy: You can use a standard caterer's symbol, such as a chef's hat, on your business card as your A. logo.
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User: According to your study unit, a catering resource that offers global networking for caterers, mentors, a caterer's telephone hotline, and many marketing opportunities is the A. International Caterers' Association. B. Art Culinaire. C. National Caterers' Association. D. National Restaurant Association.

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