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This excerpt taken from the COST 10-K filed Oct 16, 2009.

Merchandise Costs

Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses, and are reduced by vendor consideration received. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits and depreciation on production equipment in certain fresh foods and ancillary departments.

These excerpts taken from the COST 10-K filed Oct 17, 2008.

Merchandise Costs

Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses, and are reduced by vender consideration received. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred by the Company’s cross-docking depot facilities and in certain fresh foods and ancillary departments.

Merchandise Costs

FACE="ARIAL" SIZE="2">Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses, and are reduced by
vender consideration received. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred by the Company’s cross-docking depot facilities and in certain fresh foods and ancillary
departments.

These excerpts taken from the COST 10-K filed Oct 16, 2008.

Merchandise Costs

Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses, and are reduced by vender consideration received. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred by the Company’s cross-docking depot facilities and in certain fresh foods and ancillary departments.

Merchandise Costs

FACE="ARIAL" SIZE="2">Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses, and are reduced by
vender consideration received. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred by the Company’s cross-docking depot facilities and in certain fresh foods and ancillary
departments.

This excerpt taken from the COST 10-K filed Dec 21, 2007.

Merchandise Costs

Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses and are reduced by vender consideration received. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred by the Company’s cross-docking depot facilities and in certain fresh foods and ancillary departments.

This excerpt taken from the COST 10-K filed Oct 25, 2007.

Merchandise Costs

Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses and are reduced by vender consideration received. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred by the Company’s cross-docking depot facilities and in certain fresh foods and ancillary departments.

This excerpt taken from the COST 10-K filed Nov 17, 2006.

Merchandise Costs

Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to the Company’s depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred by the Company’s cross-docking depot facilities and in certain fresh foods and ancillary departments.

This excerpt taken from the COST 10-K filed Nov 10, 2005.

Merchandise Costs

 

Merchandise costs consist of the purchase price of inventory sold, inbound shipping charges and all costs related to our depot operations, including freight from depots to selling warehouses. Merchandise costs also include salaries, benefits, depreciation on production equipment, and other related expenses incurred in certain fresh foods and ancillary departments.

 

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