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AMD Snacks

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    2015

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  1. I personally use a bookkeeper because: (1) I've messed up my books a few times (2) it saves me a lot of time and energy (3) my accountant saves time because things are done right, which saves me money in the end. I would suggest at least using one to get you set up and going, after that if you have the time you can just follow the pattern they set up for you. But to answer your question, I don't use locations as customers, I pay per city (because that's how the taxes out here work) So my customers are all cities. I believe commissions are in an expense account named commissions.
  2. 1 yes for 9 no's seems good to me. That's probably better than what I average Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Tapatalk
  3. I don't have any vendesigns anymore, I do like them, but like parrot head said, they hold too much candy, and I rarely find a good home for them. And they're kinda awkward to service since you take out the canisters and they don't stand up on their own. But I still think they're pretty cool machines.
  4. Yea what's available helps. I know people don't like chocolate because it's pricey, but PMM sell good for me And so do Mike and Ike's...I actually mainly do doubles with those two.GB sell, but normally only if they're the only candy available in that location Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Tapatalk
  5. So far I had ordered a bunch from nw or oak when I ordered parts Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Tapatalk
  6. I get everything except, how do you know which location was low unless you counted the money vs mints and knew where that box came from? I'm heading a similar direction because counting a bunch of locations and mints and money took quite a chunk out of my day last time..
  7. Ok cool, about how much money can they hold?
  8. Someone is selling some for $100 each. Seems like a good price, I always see roadrunner spirals. Is rally the same thing different name? Also how do you get the coins out this thing?
  9. Yep my experience so far is what was said. I have three of the same grocery stores in three different cities. They're not a huge chain so they don't get the foot traffic that a Kroger or Safeway or Walmart would get. But my biggest store does way better numbers than the smallest one. If all I did was target places similar to get those great numbers, it would take a while to get a route going. My question to you is, how many new locations you guys getting a month, and how long did it take to get those locations you have? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Tapatalk
  10. Yeah I'm new to candy for a cause but have already had 5 boxes disappear, two some other guy took my boxes and put his, and the rest are barely breaking even on candy and gas. At the right location I can see potential, but I don't have enough time to keep relocating every two weeks and replacing boxes I think are getting stolen or thrown away Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Tapatalk
  11. Not sure where that came from..But stooped can be corrected with focus on good posture [emoji1] Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Tapatalk
  12. I wipe mine down every service. There's always dust and finger prints on them.
  13. Not sure about any of that, because honestly i've never seen one in person. I go to a lot of places and have literally never seen one in the real world. Side note, are you making good profit selling wrapped candy at $.25 a piece? I figure without the chance of theft it might work out, but not sure. Either way, there's a guy been trying to sell one over here for about a year. Soon i'll go check it out and see what it's about, now you got me curious lol.
  14. Not a bad idea, just carefully pour them into your machines, or hand scoop? Also why are you guys doing 2" for $.50? Mine sells here for $.75. Also my 1" is at $.50 and figured having two different sizes on the same rack for the same price seems distracting...
  15. Treasure chest sells for me too, I use the live display fun time from cardinal. I know we've talked about this before, but how are you guys carrying your product into location? I used to just take the boxes, now i'm trying laundry bags. I'm trying to get quicker.