Cecilia Langley Soda Machine November 23rd, 2017 - 14:39:17
Removing the lights in a soda or vending machine reduces the visibility, hurting sales and may only save $50 per year. By simply unplugging, customers may approach the machine and find it out of operation so you have the added hassle of unplugging and plugging in daily. Timers can be installed to regulate the times that a vending machine has power but because timers may shut down a machine while its running through a refrigeration cycle. Shutting down a machine during one of these cycles may increase the amount of required maintenance.
At one time, schools were strategic locations for soda vending machines. With the laws now in force banning these vending machines from schools, you may have to rethink the type of products that you want to sell through your beverage vending machine. Soda is not the only beverage and in schools there is a great need for beverages such as fruit juice, milk and bottled water. Converting your used soda vending machines to handle these products will still keep you in business.
In the vending business, selling beverages from a soda machine is one of the easiest money makers. You will need to have a selection of different drinks such as bottled water, juice and soda. Also needed would be a carefully thought out location to position your machine. Think carefully about the location of the machine, because that one decision alone can make or break the business for you.
Purchasing the beverages in this way will give you a greater profit margin. In the past the schools were the best places to position the soda machine. Now that the machine is not allowed in schools, you will have to decide on different products to sell in them instead. There is a demand for beverages in the schools. Some are fruit juices, milk and bottled water.