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About QuikVend

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  1. If he can't verify figures, you are stuck taking his word. I've purchased 3 existing bulk routes and about 10 full-line locations. I've come across people who had proof of sales and those who didn't. If he has verifiable numbers, then I'd pay based off that. I would, however, reduce the value due to the equipment. You're plan doesn't sound too bad
  2. I've been approached with this exact same scenario. Group home in a house with 5-10 people living there. It was around the time I first got into vending(when I would've probably jumped on to any opportunity), but I didn't pursue it. I decided I could find a much better home for a machine if I kept looking.
  3. Yea, that's it. That wheel without the riser will dispense 1" capsules I believe.
  4. I had a 3015A in the past. I had quite a few misvends on bags of chips. They would rise up above the spirals or get pulled to the side and get wedged between the side and the spiral. Not sure if that's what Chris is talking about, but that picture looks kinda similar to the machine I had and that's what mine did. Man I hated that machine lol.
  5. I had a small machine shop last year. It was a killer account. They were almost all guys in the 25-40 range. Killed energy drinks. Monster was solid, Rockstar was a dud, but they requested Grape NOS. I could barely keep it in the machine. I was making just about $1 per can profit on it, since it was cheaper than Monster.
  6. If you get a riser for the oak, it will vend a single 1" gb. As for the other machine, good call on avoiding it. Can't recall the company name, but the machine isn't reliable. It has a nice stand though, so if she drops the price enough is worth buying for that. $25-30 tops.
  7. Look for a Victor coin mech.
  8. 31 snack/soda machines Along with 165 bulk machines Still part-time, but the goal for the end of this year is to go from working my full-time job and vending on the side to growing my vending enough to only work part-time. End goal is to be vending full-time by the end of 2018.
  9. I have liberty mutual. I have a $1 million liability policy on everything. Bulk, full-line and toys. Runs me $500/year Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  10. Have you tried goo gone? That stuff cleans quite a few things.
  11. I handle quite a bit of change every month with bulk vending and charity canisters. I would say easily over $7k a month(all of which isn't mine....I wish). I have to sort and count the charity money, so I just dump it into 5-gallon buckets. That along with my dolly and I roll into my bank with the coin machine and deposit it.
  12. They also carry drink labels, but you have to order in quantities of 25 of each flavor you order. I have ordered labels from www.stlvendingparts.com in the past with no issues. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  13. When I first started, I was going to try to cover everything. Product levels, costs, income. As I slowly grew in the beginning, I was even tracking sales on individual heads. On top of that, I was handwriting everything. All of that wasn't really worth the effort. All you really need is how much you spend and how much you make. I just created a workbook for myself. It has a spreadsheet for all of my locations. With the right formulas, you can have one spreadsheet show you all the data from all of your other sheets. So as I enter data, it updates onto my master sheet. Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
  14. If you go to http://www.nbsinc.net , they have some labels that say 'In 16oz bottles' that you could put on a 20oz label. Check page 22 of their graphics and parts catalog.