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  • Birthday January 20

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  1. I've seen it listed from anywhere between $300-800, but personally it's worth $0 to me. Not enough capacity to justify my time, money or effort.
  2. Looks like an AP CS-12. Obviously a lower sales volume account(only 12 selections), unless the seller is living there.
  3. Nice. I just put out my last 5 last week. Bowling alley, a few Mexican restaurants and a few others. I've got 10 so far, always looking for more. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  4. My little brother asked if he could help with my route. I know I can trust him. I've been trying to think of a way to pay him fairly without cutting my own throat on profit.
  5. The 450 holds too much for most locations. The 300 holds an acceptable amount, but if someone scratches your globe, the whole thing is ruined. With the Vista, you can just swap out a panel of it gets damaged or add in a cab-back panel(s) to increase capacity.
  6. Yea. I know I can fit 120 or so mints in the box without really cramming them in there. If I watch how much money I'm spending on mints and how much I'm collecting, it should give me a good idea of how much I'm making.
  7. I have quite a few restaurants I have equipment in. Not all of them are on commission. Occasionally I will eat at a location, but I don't in any way feel obligated to. It's not like it was part of the agreement to place a machine there. If it ever became a big deal with a location, I would just pull it. Not worth the headache or drama. I'm in business to make money, not spend all my profits in the store the machine sits in.
  8. What kind of material did you use for that?
  9. I think I'm going to take Rodney's suggestion. He counts the first few services, then just tosses mints in afterwards.
  10. I've got one like this, except it has wings on both sides with a 2 column flat on one side and a 2 in capsule on the other. The sticker machine has homes drilled in the top to allow for a 1 in machine to be bolted to it. I paid $75 for it, but the lady selling it just wanted it and the shootin hoops machines gone. I treat it just like a shootin hoops machine. Anywhere kids will be. I'm putting that setup in a Chinese restaurant i just picked up. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  11. While I was out delivering some bulk machines I found locations for, I was approached by one of the business owners about a snack machine. It's a driving school. They have a soda machine that's serviced by 7up and an outside vendor had an ancient snack machine inside. It's the machine you have to punch holes in the product and slide it onto the peg(Tom's maybe?). I'm going to talk to her about doing the sodas as well, but has anybody had any success with diving schools?
  12. New fuse did the trick. Glad it was something inexpensive. I've already lost enough sales at this location due to a battle with mice.
  13. I vend 10-12. I figured it that each piece comes to about $.005 each(roughly 25 pieces per ounce in a 54 oz bag at $6.60 per bag).
  14. I just signed up for a policy myself. Long overdue and really not that expensive. $500/year for a $1 million policy. Worth it for the peace of mind alone really.
  15. Not seeing anything near the board. There is a 3 amp fuse in the bottom of the door. It's under this black metal box. Doesn't look to be blown though.