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When examining retail patronage, customer satisfaction must also be considered. Secondary resources (American Marketing Association, 2007; Berman, 2011; Berry, 2008; Chang, 2006:209; Helgesen & Nesset, 2007: 129 and Kong and Jogaratnam, 2007:279) observed that customer satisfaction is the degree to which a customer's expectations agree with the actual performance of the product and or service. South African consumers situated in Gauteng consider a sales person's product knowledge as the mostdoi:10.1515/fman-2015-0036 fatcat:rkzfgaawqrbrlocct3xh65r4ka