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Poplady1

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Poplady1 last won the day on December 13 2020

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    http://www.bluemoosevendmgt.com/

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    California/Ohio/Kentucky
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  • Vending Since
    1987

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  1. Welcome to the forum. AZ gave you great advice on the healthy vending franchises. Avoid them. Vending is a lot of work but you can build a solid business. Take your time. Good luck. Blue Moose
  2. This question comes up now and then. Yesterday we heard it twice. We believe it is best to start your new vending business by buying a small route for sale in your area. Some of the advantages would be 1) Having someone to answer your questions 2) Having someone wanting you to succeed 3) Learning the equipment by having a expert in your pocket 4) Learning how to read accounts 5) Counting cars in the parking lot is not your best bet 6) Learning the local price zones based on the type of equipment you have offered "Newer equipment brings in a little higher p
  3. I know this company and until they made these changes they were okay. They have designed the operation after Nuage which recently folded. NUAGE was great. they employed prison telemarketers and sold hours instead of leads. Whatever they came up with in 15 hours of telemarketing was yours to do with as you wanted. Many of the larger vending companies were using them and were satisfied with results. It ran about $1500 for those hours. Problem was you really had no idea if they really did call those hours but no one complained if they got a couple of solid accounts. Not sure what did them
  4. I received my 4 inquiry from companies wanting these machines. Today from a large artist community in San Diego. I guess this is the new thing. If you are placing them out in the market, any feedback. https://www.respectmyregion.com/wemp-cbd-vending-machine/
  5. Also Blue Moose has the great fortune of hiring a couple more retired vending operators. We can take on some more work in SCal.
  6. I have to say something here. If a company has been in this business for 25 Years and does not have dozens and dozens of complaints or threats, they are doing well. I don't care what you are placing from games, gumballs, drinks, snacks, it is hard to do. I have spoken to Steve at Quality more than once about locations that are way outside of our territory. They have never ever been anything but honest as well as professional with me. No money has ever changed hands so this is not about that but we have sent them inquiries from our campaigns. They cover a much larger portion of the country
  7. If your items are priced that high you might want to use credit cards. If the machine is able to have them. AZ will know.
  8. Fada These are not the way to go. I can connect you to several people that purchased this stuff and now have them on Craigs List or ebay trying to get pennies on the dollar for the machines. Not sure where you are located but you can email me or call 888-802-1410. I will give you a list of vendors to talk with about these healthy offers. No one here has any reason to mislead you. I do not sell routes or equipment.
  9. Jerrry he was a sales man for a product sold in 3 States. He carried his product in his car and when he toured those states he serviced the equipment.
  10. I have some vendors doing Staples and they say they are good.
  11. Looking back at my records looks like $17,700 is the average out of 5 of them. If you have a large Asian population it will be around 30% of that figure.
  12. There are several you tube videos on dollar bill validator maintance. Try some of those for some help.
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