Carlene Petersen Soda Machine November 27th, 2017 - 01:27:28
If you decide that you want to go into Soda vending machines, you have to do some strategic planning on where you want to place your machines so that they are in high traffic areas. Keep your eye out for new businesses that are opening in the area, and try to get the contract to place your machines in those buildings. Check any place where people work and see if they have vending machines in their break room. Another option would be larger churches who have meetings in their building all week. They may be willing to place a machine in their fellowship area.
When you purchase all your beverages from that one supplier you will be paying full price. Another way to go would be to purchase a second hand soda machine, so as to see higher profits. Buying used allows you to get a discount off the machine; it could be 50% off the cost. It is sometimes possible to purchase a refurbished soda machine from the distributors at a much lower price that the new machines. Once you own the machine outright, you are not restricted as to where you can purchase your supplies. In this way you will be able to buy from any supplier and even take advantage of sales offered by wholesalers. Another possibility is buying your supplies from a supermarket where you may get the beverages at less than the wholesale price.
In an era when we all could use a little extra income, investing in Soda vending machines might be a good way to raise that money. It involves a little time every day, but the returns are considered good, and it is all cash! The problem is: where do you start. Soda vending machines are the machines that probably have the greatest turnover of product each day as long as they are strategically placed. Everyone likes to drink beverages all day long, especially during the hot weather.
Make sure you are well versed in the soda vending machines that you will be using. Are you able to do the basic maintenance that it will need? Anything can break down once in a while. When people do not have their soda machines they are used to, than can get upset quickly. Keeping the customer happy is essential. Make sure you know your machines. Do not purchase old, out dated machines that frequently jam coins, do not make change for dollar bills, etc. Get a machine that will keep you as headache free as possible, and enjoy your job.