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Hello Everyone! Me and my husband are just new to vending machine business. We currently have 2 combo (snacks and drinks) machine that is ready to be shipped out as soon as we secure a location for the machine. With that being said and as a new in the business i think we are going to hire a Vending locator to help us find locations for those 2 machines. As me and my husband are currently has a fulltime job too. Anyone who have use www.ablhome.com owned by Richard Campbell. He charge 600/machine. The other locator i was planning to hire is www.qualityvendinglocations.com by Peter (i dont know his last name) but when i did some research it looks like Peter is the also the Peter from Prime Vending locations which has tons of complaints from ripoff site, BBB. as well as here in vendiscuss. Anyone can recommend a trusted locator? We are very excited about this business as my husband is somehow mechanically knowledgeable and very interested in venturing this business. I would greatly appreciate all your inputs.. thank you in advance!
Hello everyone, I'm completely new and haven't purchased a vending machine yet, but I am eager to get started. I'm looking to get my feet wet by purchasing 3 snack machines and placing them in the DC Metropolitan area. I've come up with a name, and even wrote out a business plan, but at this point, I'm hoping for some insight on the best way to acquire routes and/or locations. I've considered all the typical locations like schools, community centers, and gyms, but I'm afraid that all the good areas are likely to be taken. Where do you all suggest I get started? And what's the best way to get my foot in the door? Also, my other issue is the regulations and licensing. I've read up on something about new rules dealing with being handicap compliant and such, and wanted to know more. As with licensing, I was wondering what type of license is needed to operate this type of business. I know food is involved, so I figured something along those lines would be required. Any help is appreciated.