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  1. Recently, we started a website called VendingBusinessSolutions.com. This website is an all-encompassing site for all your vending needs in the vending business industry. I, Dominick Barbato, have been in the vending machine business for over 6+ years and have been frustrated with what is offered in the industry. About 2 years ago I set out to create Vending Business Solutions as the one-stop shop for all things vending related. We are starting off with just one product: a Charity Honor Box. Charity honor boxes are known and understand by most, but confusing to some. Honor boxes are just regular corrugated cardboard boxes that have a design on them and raise money for charity. We set out to raise money for feeding the hungry, so a portion of all the money inside the box on collection day goes back to giving meals to those that don’t have. Honor boxes could be called a “poor mans business” due to the low costs that they have to start and the low barrier to entry. If you never started a business, and are slightly philanthropic, this might be a business for you to look into. Our boxes are designed with you in mind. We want you to be able to make money, but we also want you to be able to donate to charity. Charity honor boxes are an amazing way for us to be able to raise money and feed the hungry each and every day. We, at Vending Business Solutions are so excited about our honor boxes and the future of what we can do to help you as a vendor! Youtube You can also look me up on Youtube and find recent videos I have done displaying honor boxes, what they are, and there earnings potential! Youtube.com/DominickBarbato
  2. Hi all! My fiancé and I are new to this business and are currently in the works of selecting our first machines. We are doing "healthy vending machines" and are looking for the most reliable drink and food combo machines to start with. Right now we have our eyes on the Selectivend Commander Combo Machine. Any and all advice is greatly appreciated! Thanks so much in advance!
  3. Hello all: I heard on one of my other threads that the national monthly gross income average is only $7 per machine per location. If that is correct, it will take a very long time to make any profit or a living with vending machines. How can you make a decent living with bulk vending machines? I was thinking of tripples, with one head dispensing gum, another dispensing m&m's or skittles, and the last one dispensing toys, stickers or tattoos. But still, at $7 per head (if that is correct thinking), that is still only $21 per location. How many machines should I have in a location to make enough to make vending profitable? Also, if bulk machines have the highest profit, which machines are the most profitable? I have heard about Chicken and "All American Chickens", but I am not sure if those are bulk vending. i also think that they are very expensive, especially if I am just starting out. I know this is a totally newbie type question, and to some may be dumb, but I really want to start off on the right foot and get into vending without regret. That is why I joined this forum. Any suggestions on machines or strategy would be very much appreciated. Thanks. Take care. Mario
  4. Hello, Newbie here.. Trust me I'm doing my own research and will continue to do so, not being lazy to get all the answers the first day i joined, maybe one day I will able to repay the community by helping fellow vendors. So basically, I'm looking to purchase a few machines and I found a few online for sale some from individuals, some were companies selling the Vending and the location as a package.. Some seem very attractive as they will pay off within a year give or take.. So, the vending business for sale posted online do they make sense to purchase 1 or 2 or mostly are the unwanted location that don't make any money ?? Is there any way to verify their claim of how much they make without standing to the location and counting coins .. ?? Is it better to buy from the companies that sell the machines and the locations which claim they have high traffic..?? Is it better to buy your own machines and work with a vending locator instead ? What should i be careful before I make any move and avoid being scammed ? I'm aware of the "if its too good to be true, its probably not true." So if someone can add his/her 2c will greatly appreciated.
  5. Hi, I am looking for best Digital Vending Machines which can be used for soft drinks dispensing. Can anyone please assist. Thanks, Richi
  6. I'm very interested in starting up a vending machine route, but I, like most, don't have 10 or 20 grand to throw down on the table. Instead, I was looking to rent / lease. I posted this on craigslist, but it immediately got deleted: (I'd service the machine regularly and also pay for inventory).
  7. Hello everyone! Is it safe to buy key pads from Vending Concepts.com (fort worth, texas) or U Turn vending, (Idaho)? They will be shipping me the parts for old Genesis Combos. These machines have been horrible. Your help is much appreciated. Thank you!
  8. What technique's, tips, advice exists for transporting these 600lb+ beverage machines from one location to another? How many people do you typically have with you to move one of machines? I'm looking to purchase my 2nd machine. Most likely I'll transport it on its side for 45min (will leave it off for 24hrs afterwards). I'm starting to wonder how I'm going to bring this bad boy home. Thanks to the feedback, it will be a Royal and not a Seaga.
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