en-us Vending Machine Locators | Vending Locations | Vending Locators| Vending Placements http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/ Is it Possible to Makey Money with Vending Machines? http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-94265/Is-It-Possible-To-Makey-Money-With-Vending-Machine.html  Vending machines are everywhere - in stores, office lobbies, schools, public buildings, recreation centers, restaurants, and company break rooms. And all those quarters and one-dollar bills can add up to some good money for their owners.  In fact, in 2010 Vending Times Magazine stated, "Last year, over $42 billion was spent in vending machines in this country."  That's a LOT of quarters!!

 

Though some entrepreneurs earn healthy six-figure incomes from the vending machine business, most owners fail to reach those lofty figures. Like any venture, to get the most out of a vending business, you need to have a business plan before beginning. Here are a few tips to help you make the most money as safely and quickly as possible:

 

  • Determine your budget.  Though you may have to finance the purchase of equipment, it is not advisable to extend yourself financially beyond your means. You want to earn a profit in the business, not spend it all paying back the loan.

 

  • Decide on the type of machine or machines you want to own.  This is usually a factor of your budget, your preferences (you may live a healthy lifestyle and prefer healthy vending), and your determination of what may sell best in your area.  Machine such as "combos" that vend both snacks and drinks are proving to be very popular right now.

 

  • Determine if any licenses or permits are needed to sell using vending equipment where you plan to locate your machines. Also, some states require that sales tax be paid on products sold through vending machines.  Be sure to check the local laws in your area before you begin.

 

  • Find a good product supplier for your equipment. This may be part of the package when you pay the vending machine or you may have to purchase the goods on your own. You may want to check the prices in the "big box" stores such as Costco and Sam's Club.  So know how your machines will be stocked before you buy.

 

  • Location, location, location!  That is not only the mantra of the real estate business, it also counts in the vending machinebusiness.  Do you have the desire and the time to cold call on businesses and locations to place your machines?  If not, look into hiring the services of a reputable vending machine locating service. 

 

  • Determine if you want to do all the work yourself, or pay someone to do it for you. For a reasonable fee, a vending machine locator will place your equipment in profitable locations. Vending machine placement companies are a great solution for entrepreneurs who don't feel comfortable cold-calling locations to place their machines or for those who just don't have the time.

 

  • Do you have the time to restock and repair your vending machines?  The equipment may make you money while you sleep, but you will be doing plenty of work while you are awake.

 

 

The vending business offers the opportunity for independent individuals to own their own business, work their own hours, and make a decent side income or living.  Can you make money while you sleep?  Without a doubt.  Will you make money without working?  Probably not, but that doesn't mean it isn't a great industry in which to make some good money!

 

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Prime Vending Locations Thu, 6 Mar 2014 12:00:00 PST
Combination Vending Machines Can Make Your Profits Soar! http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-93774/Combination-Vending-Machines-Can-Make-Your-Profits.html Are you a vending equipment operator who is looking to increase his profits?  Well then, consider adding combination vending machines to your available lineup of offerings.  Combination vending machines, or "combos" as they are more commonly called, can increase your profits by being able to offer your customers a variety of both drinks and snacks all in a single unit.  In addition, they also use less electricity, so locating a combination vending machine is that much easier.

You see, combination vending machines are machines that offers both drinks as well as snacks and candy, all in a single compact unit.  Typically, snacks and drinks are sold in separate vending machines.  Using two machines increases not only electricity costs, but lost profits too, as the extra space could be used for another vending machine to sell other products of interest to your location.  Also, many locations do not have room for a full-size soda and snack machine set, but they would have room for the much smaller combo unit that you can offer them!

Now there's another important way that modern, high-tech combo vending machines can increase your profit margins.  That's because newer models accept credit cards, opening your business to a whole new pool of customers who don't like to use cash and those who just don't have cash on them at that certain time.

In addition, advanced combo machines come equipped with software that let vending machine owners and operators remotely monitor the machine for stocking and service needs. This tells you which items are selling and which are not, which items need to be restocked and when your machine is down for maintenance, allowing you to visit your machine only when it needs to be visited.

There is one caveat however if you have a combination vending machine: the machines usually cannot be placed outside, as the snacks will go bad when exposed to the sun.  For this reason, it's best to keep it indoors.

So all things considered, if you are just thinking about getting into the vending business or even if you are a well-seasoned professional, by all means think about purchasing and getting locations for combo vending machines.  They are less expensive than buying a full-size snack and soda set.  They can go in a lot more vending locations.  And many offer the hi-tech features that today's modern vending machine operators needs to compete in this lucrative, but very competitive business.

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Prime Vending Locations Wed, 19 Feb 2014 12:00:00 PST
Locating Vending Machines Using Direct Salespeople! http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-93775/Locating-Vending-Machines-Using-Direct-Salespeople.html Whether you are just getting into the vending business or have run vending routes for many years you will very soon realize how critical high volume vending locations are to the ultimate success or failure of your business. So what's the best way to place your equipment?

Is it by dedicated phone workers or the tried and true methods of the good old fashioned door to door salesman? Well there are compelling arguments on both sides and the truth is a combination of the two is really the answer. However the benefits of using a direct in person locator are hard to ignore.

1. The direct vending locator has the advantage of being able to place many vending machines in close proximity. This is very important over the life of servicing your route.

Experience shows that properly serviced vending locations usually last for many years therefore it is important that your machines be placed in a limited area for ease of servicing, savings on gasoline, and the hassles of driving to your machines in traffic etc.

2. In a large percentage of sales calls the person in authority is unavailable so in this case an in person vending machine locator can be sure to leave sales materials, pictures of machines, product menus and this can be very helpful in moving the sales process along.

3. Certainly not the least benefit of using an in person direct vending machine locator is the intangible power of face to face encounters in persuading a prospect to say "yes" to something they could easily deny to someone on the telephone.This will certainly result in more vending locations secured in a shorter period of time than by any other method.

Certainly there are drawbacks to this method as well such as most locating of the higher quality and more difficult to secure companies requires multiple contacts on a business and rarely will give the "yes" answer regardless of the way in which they are derived. A door to door salesperson rarely will be able to go back several times unless they happen to live near the city in which the machines are being located. This is where the combination of  phone work can make all the difference.

In conclusion it's hard to deny the ability of a good professional direct sales person to get a high volume of vending locations in a confined area in a fast and efficient manner.

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Prime Vending Locations Wed, 19 Feb 2014 12:00:00 PST
4 Steps to the Best Vending Locations http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-93396/4-Steps-To-The-Best-Vending-Locations.html           There's a lot of confusion and outright misinformation among vendor machine operators as to exactly what makes for a good vending location.  Some vendors are adamant that only locations with a hundred or more employees are profitable.  Others try to get their vending machines into hospitals, schools, airports and the like, thinking that this is the best way to vending riches.  Well neither of those assumptions are true and let me explain why.

     First of all, there are four important factors that go into finding a great location for your vending equipment: Employees, foot traffic, hours of operation and competition.  Now many novice vendors make the mistake of just considering the number of employees when deciding on where to locate their vending machines, but many times that is a BIG mistake.  Let's examine why.

     Are there several other vending machines already there?  Most large locations already have them.  If so, they will be in direct competition with you.  If it's a very large location, they may have a cafeteria on site or have lunch wagons that stop regularly throughout the day.  So that location with 200 employees that you thought was going to be a gold mine can turn out to be a real dud!

     Now let's look at this point a bit differently.  A vending location may have less than 10 employees, but if your machine is going to be in a waiting area like in a tire shop or oil change place where people have to sit for a long time with change in their pockets and little to do, that could be a real moneymaker!
     Now what about the point of hours of operation.  There again, the whole picture needs to be examined.  Which would you prefer, the location with 50 employees that only open from 9 to 5, or the one with three shifts of 30 employees each?  Well if you said the latter, you'd probably be right!  The vending machines in a business running three shifts will do much better than the one only open 8 hours a day, even if that business has more employees per shift.

     Next, we'll take a look at another very important factor: competition.  Now here, I'm not talking about the competition from other vending machines.  That's obvious.  But what many vendors fail to take into consideration is the competition from outside the establishment.  Allow me to illustrate.  Think about two different vending locations.  One has 75 employees and is situation on a busy boulevard with a 7-Eleven, a McDonald's and Mini Mart gas station all within easy walking distance.  The other is a business with only 30 employees that's tucked away in an industrial park with no other place to purchase food within a mile.  Where would you put your vending machines?  Well any thinking vendor would say he'd much rather place his machine in the location with 30 employees and he'd be right virtually every time!

     So in conclusion, don't make the mistake that many new vendors make and just "count heads" when they evaluate a location.  Learn to open your eyes and look at the "big picture" and you'll find many a good location where you previously didn't.  The end result will be your vending machine business and your wallet will be much better off for it!

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Prime Vending Locations Wed, 5 Feb 2014 12:00:00 PST
Locating Your Vending by Telemarketing-Pros and Cons http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-93352/Locating-Your-Vending-By-Telemarketing-pros-And-Co.html At Quality Vending Locations we receive dozens of calls daily requesting vending locations. Invariably the question will come up " Do you use phone locators
or direct sales people to find vending locations?

The short answer is we use both methods because they both have significant strengths and like most things each have their drawbacks as well.

The subtext to that question is "I would prefer a direct locator to find my vending locations
because I think they will do a better job and I feel more comfortable with it."


Although we can understand that. The truth has been proven again and again after locating thousands of vending machines of all types that in many cases not all of course but higher quality locations are found by telephone methods. 


This may go against what many vendors would consider to be their intincts but it is absolutely true.
Some of the reasons for this are:

1. Most locations are secured only after multiple contacts to a company. The telephone clearly has a huge advantage in this.

2.The telephone can easily target certain types of vending locations such as every car dealership in a
given city. Whereas a person driving around or on foot can no way do this efficiently.

3. Many vendors we work with desire to go after specific locations directly and have a "wish list" of potential locations in mind they would like us to approach. This again obviously is much better served and more effectively accomplished by phone vending locators.

4. And lastly, we can employ our telephone marketers on immediate notice so to better serve your locating needs. Whereas most times direct locators
have.

We will address the advantages of door to door (direct) locators in a subsequent article which is again why Quality Vending Locations utilizes both methods. Hopefully though you can begin to see why the one two punch of using the efficiency of the telephone with the personal power of direct in person locating together can help to better and more productively place your vending machines need to be scheduled as they are generally traveling to you which often can take at least a week or two depending on how heavy a work locad they currently in an timely manner.




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Prime Vending Locations Mon, 3 Feb 2014 12:00:00 PST
Is it Possible to Make Money With Vending Machines? http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-90391/Is-It-Possible-To-Make-Money-With-Vending-Machines.html Vending machines are everywhere - in stores, business lobbies, schools, public buildings, recreation centers, restaurants, and company break rooms. These ubiquitous machines must be certain money makers for their owners.  All those quarters and one-dollar bills add up to some good money, right?

 

You may have seen ads on the Internet, promoting the vending machine business. Make $200 per hour with Vending Machines!  Earn Money While You Sleep!  Money Without Working!  These advertisements sound very alluring, but can you really make money while you sleep or without working?

 

Though some entrepreneurs make six-figure incomes from the vending business, most owners fail to reach those lofty figures. Like any venture, to get the most out of a vending business, you need to have a business plan before beginning. Here are a few tips to help you make the most money as safely and quickly as possible:

 

  • Determine your budget.  Though you may need to finance the purchase of equipment, it is not advisable to extend yourself financially beyond your means. You want to make money in the business, not spend it all paying back the loan.

 

  • Decide on the type of machine or machines you want to own.  This is usually a factor of your budget, your preferences (you may live a healthy lifestyle and prefer healthy vending), and your determination of what may sell best in your area.

 

  • Determine if any licenses or permits are needed to sell in your area. Also, some states require that sales tax be paid on products sold through vending machines.

 

  • Find a supplier for your equipment. This may be part of the package or you may have to purchase the goods on your own. Know how your machines will be stocked before you buy.

 

  • Location, location, location, is not only the mantra of the real estate business, it also counts in the vending machine business.  Will you be able to cold call on businesses and locations to place your machines?

 

  • Do you have the time to restock and repair your machines.  The equipment may make you money while you sleep, but you will be doing plenty of work while you are awake.

 

  • Determine if you want to do all the work yourself, or pay someone to do it for you. For a reasonable fee, a vending machine locator will place your equipment in profitable locations. Many of them also restock and repair the devices. Vending machine placement companies are a great solution for entrepreneurs who don't feel comfortable cold-calling locations to place their machines.

 

The vending machine business offers the opportunity for independent individuals to own their own business, work their own hours, and make a decent side income or living.  Can you make money while you sleep? Without a doubt.  Will you make money without working?  Probably not, but that doesn't mean it isn't a great industry in which to make some good money!

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Prime Vending Locations Thu, 26 Sep 2013 12:00:00 PST
How Does a Vending Machine Read Money? http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-88930/How-Does-A-Vending-Machine-Read-Money.html For those of you who have contemplated the money-reading capabilities of vending equipment, the answers are really quite simple. Coins are read based on their obvious physical properties. Thickness, diameter, and ridges on the edge are the main characteristics read by a machines, but some advanced machines can also determine the chemical composition of a coin. For example, a quarter is 0.069 inches thick, 0.955 inches in diameter, and has 119 ridges around the edge. A nickel is 0.076 inches thick, 0.835 inches in diameter, and has a smooth edge, while a dime is 0.053 inches thick, 0.705 inches in diameter, and has 118 ridges along the edge. In an advanced machine, a coin passes through an electromagnetic field generated by an electromagnet; this creates an electronic signature based on its chemical composition. If this signature doesn't match with a genuine coin's signature, the coin is rejected by the device. Though it is quite simple to see how coins are read, paper money is a different matter.

 

Most people at some point in time wished that  machines would read their one-dollar bill as a twenty, but unfortunately, this does not happen. Vending machines are smarter than they look and can tell what the denomination of the bill is without any issues (though we sometimes have difficulties getting a bill to go into the machine). Paper money printed in the United States contains many different security features designed to deter counterfeiters. There are also specific features which help with automated denomination recognition. One of the most common methods is through the use of a magnetic scan. Paper money is printed with magnetic ink which can be read by magnetic scanners. Another way that vending machines read paper money is with ultraviolet light. Vending equipment contains ultraviolet lights that scan inserted bills. These lights determine the value of the bill by reading the fluorescent response.

 

Some vending machines allow users to make purchases with credit cards and they read these cards like most other credit cards readers. They use a magnetic strip reader to measure and calculate the thousands of tiny magnets that comprise the strip on the back of the card. These tiny magnets, aligned in a specific way, convey information to the reader. When a credit card gets old, the integrity of the magnetic strip on the back of the card may have been compromised through damage or normal use; the magnetic strip reader can no longer read the information because the tiny magnets are no longer aligned correctly or some of them are missing.

 

Though it is human nature to seek ways to fool technology, vending machines, while not completely invulnerable to manipulation, are difficult to scam. Their technology is adept at reading all types of money and providing the correct amount of change.  In a world filled with technological marvels, the good old vending machine still amazes with its simplicity and its near-perfection.

 

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Prime Vending Locations Thu, 1 Aug 2013 12:00:00 PST
Horn and Hardart – the First Vending Machine Restaurant http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-88523/Horn-And-Hardart-The-First-Vending-M.html The modern vending machine was born in the 1880s and it didn't take very long for two outside-the box thinking entrepreneurs to take vending machines to a whole new level. In 1888, Joseph Horn and Frank Hardart opened a restaurant in Philadelphia with only a counter and fifteen stools and introduced the north to New Orleans-style French drip coffee. But, Horn and Hardart weren't finished revolutionizing the restaurant business. In 1902, they opened the first automat restaurant in the United States, borrowing a concept from an establishment in Berlin, Germany.  An automat served simple food and drinks by coin or bill-operated machines; our fast-food nation was born!

 

The original automat had machines that only took nickels, a cashier in the center of the space, and came with instructions. The instructions read, First drop your nickels in the slot, then turn the knob, the glass door clicks open, lift your door, and help yourself. It was fast, simple, and the food actually tasted good! Gregory Peck, the late actor, once said, "I have always thought that the Automat in New York has the best scrambled eggs in the world."

 

In the early 1900s, the industrial revolution was in full swing and changes were happening rapidly in America.  The experience of eating in a restaurant without waitresses and fancy décor, where you selected and received your food quickly, was a lure for Americans from all walks of life. This was truly the golden years of the vending machine.  Th peak of the automat's popularity lasted from the Great Depression into the 1950s, but the pace of change was escalating and automats were nearing their end of their days.

 

Horn and Hardart restaurants were ubiquitous in New York and Philadelphia; at one time, there were over 40 of them in New York City. The decline of the automat style restaurant was hastened by the arrival of fast food establishments, which provided personal service, food served hot over a counter, and more payment options. In fact, many of the New York City Horn and Hardarts were converted to Burger Kings.  The last one closed in 1991 and officially ended an interesting era in the history of vending machines.

 

Though the days of restaurants filled with vending equipment instead of waiters, waitresses, or servers in funny hats, are long gone, food-dispensing equipment has made a comeback.  There are machines everywhere; in businesses, lobbies, schools, airports, public buildings, and other locations. For individuals considering a career change or looking to start a simple yet profitable business, the vending business offers the opportunity to be your own boss, make your own hours, and earn a decent income on your own terms.

 

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Prime Vending Locations Thu, 18 Jul 2013 12:00:00 PST
The Future of Vending Machines http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-88317/The-Future-Of-Vending-Machines.html What does the future hold for vending machines?  Rapid technological advancement and unique perspectives may create interesting future equipment for the next generation of consumers.  The vending machine is not only a convenience for people on the go, it is also a reflection of the society in which they are placed. Here are a few of the future possibilities for vending equipment; this is not science fiction - some are already on the market while others are in the works.

 

Healthy Vending. Machines dispensing healthy snacks are already in lobbies, schools, and break rooms around the country. Though Americans still love their junk food, this trend shows no sign of slowing down; equipment with healthy snacks like apple slices, yogurt, nutrition bars, and nuts will continue to take away market share from more traditional snacks.

 

Going for the Gold.  Believe it or not, there are machines that can turn your paper money into gold.  Gold to Go is a new type of machine made in Germany. It is perfect for those people worried about inflation and their investments, and for those still pining away for the old days before President Nixon took our country off the gold standard!

 

Pizza A La Carte. No, this machine doesn't spit out some microwave pizza; it actually kneads the dough, pours on the sauce, adds toppings, and bakes the pie in an oven. These machines already exist and though they may never replace the corner pizzeria, they will certainly make a quick lunch more convenient and flavorful!

 

French Fries Without the Drive-Thru.  If getting in your car and driving to the nearest fast-food joint is too much work, there will soon be machines dispensing french fries.  They won't be any better for you than the ones at the local drive-thru, but they may taste as good and you won't have to make the drive to get them.

 

Touch and Go.  Your phone and so many other products are now touch screen; it seems likely that vending machines will soon be made with this modern feature. You could tap the glass and read all the pertinent nutritional information. Once you have decided on your selection, just tap the screen again and purchase the desired product. You could scan a credit car or insert money. These machines would be simpler to use and easier to clean than traditional equioment.

 

Big Brother Has You Identified.  Are you tired of fishing around for change at the bottom of your purse or briefcase when trying to buy a bag of Cheetohs from the lunch room vending machine?  If so, the future may hold something special for you.  Someday, sooner than you may think, you will be able to satisfy your hunger from a vending machine by pressing your finger tip on a pad or staring at a tiny lens on the front of the food dispenser.  Your fingerprint or retinal scan can be tied to your credit card and you can get that quick lunch or snack without trying to squeeze dollar bills into feeder or searching for spare change.

 

Our economy, behaviors, and technology continue to evolve and vending machines will certainly reflect the changes in our society.  Convenient food from a machine is here to stay, but the products and the methods of delivery may be altered by consumer demand and the rapid changes in technology.

 

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Prime Vending Locations Tue, 9 Jul 2013 12:00:00 PST
The Pros and Cons of a Vending Machine Business! http://www.qualityvendinglocations.com/blogpost-87402/The-Pros-And-Cons-Of-A-Vending-Machine-Business.html A vending machine business is a simple yet profitable pursuit that most anyone can undertake, regardless of education, background, or income level.  However, as with any business venture, there are issues that should be recognized before jumping into the industry.  Individuals with the entrepreneurial spirit understand that business often involves taking risks, and the vending business, though relatively reliable, does have some potential risks.

 

The Pros of Owning a Vending Machine Business

 

The most important positive attribute for most owners is the freedom that being your own boss provides.  No more clocking in at an office, sitting in a cubicle, bowing to the whims of a critical boss, or dealing with office politics.  Owning any business provides freedom; with a vending business, you are free to set your own hours, work when and where you want, and by purchasing as many or as few machines as you want, work as much as you need.

 

Another positive for most owners is the money.  Placing a few pieces of equipment in a few select locations will not make you rich, but should serve as a good second income. Placing several machines in several profitable locations, will not make you wealthy, but can make you independently self-employed.   Expanding your reach with more machines, can significantly boost your income and perhaps move you into another tax bracket!

 

The Cons of Owning a Vending Machine Business

 

The initial downside is the upfront money needed to start in the business. Though it is possible to buy smaller and cheaper machines, this is not usually the best way to go because this type of equipment does not generate as much income. Many people will have to finance the equipment to start a business; financing allows you to start without shelling out a pile of cash, but loans are still liabilities on the balance sheet and money that you owe.

 

Unless you are a great salesperson and do not have issues with cold calling businesses to place your machines, another outlay of cash needs to be on a vending locator service.  Though you can do all your own placements, letting vending placement experts do the job for you will get your machines in ideal locations so they can immediately begin generating income.

 

Most entrepreneurs understand that it takes wise choices and well-researched investments to make money.  It often follows that the more machines you purchase, the more revenue you will see.  Paying a vending location service also pays dividends, but requires additional money.  Just like any business endeavor, it takes money to make money!

 

The other downside to the business is the potential costs subsequent to starting.  Theft and vandalism are a common problem; products have to be replaced and equipment has to be repaired which will reduce profit amounts.  Even if machines are never vandalized, they will still require repairs from time to time.

 

The vending machines business is no different than any other type of personal business - it takes hard work, dedication, a little bit of luck, some quality advice, and an understanding of the benefits and the risks.  The more you know before you start, the more  likely your chances for success.

 

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Prime Vending Locations Fri, 7 Jun 2013 12:00:00 PST