As the date draws closer for me to move into my new high-traffic account, I'm now facing a giant problem. As part of the agreement, I get the space currently occupied by the store's old machine, a Victory Jr. Giant gumball machine, if I agree to take the machine off of their hands. Sadly, I can't find a single picture across cyberspace for one of these machines, so I've slotted in a picture of my brother's chinchilla Oscar. This single machine has been on this location for decades, and has fared
A teacher I had in grade-school had a little wooden sign on the wall by the other inspirational posters. It read "Sometimes not getting what you want is a great stroke of luck".
Well, as a kid that didn't make much sense to me- if I wanted it, or had planned it and it fell apart, my first recourse was usually panic, followed by devastation. Cliche as it sounds, I think this is one of those things you just don't get until you get older. I think some people out there never learned this lesson. S
Well, after some pressure from Mr. Caserri, I have opened this blog on the TVF. We'll see how that pans out for him. Fingers crossed!
Something that a lot of new vendors face when they start is a lot of resistance- and a lot of new guys never make it past all of that. However, I think a fundamental question every new guy should really be asked is "Why did you become a vendor?"
I think the most common answer is "Money". It varies from "I need some money on the side for whatever" or "It's a