I started in the honor snack box business in 1988. I sold my snack box business and went into the full line vending business. I have spent most of my life selling food in one form or another and I'm wondering why more people are not getting into the snack boxes.
I was visiting with the largest operator in the NE part of the US and he stated there are still many areas wide open for snack box operators.
Why are so many people interested in getting into full line vending when it has such a high capital investment for the return on your money. The only thing I can think of that is stopping people from getting into the snack box business is the shortage.
I have always looked at shortage in the snack boxes as being the same as paying a comission with a vending machine. I never had a snack box customer call me in the middle of the night saying thier snack box took thier money. I have a full time maintenance man that can verify that happens in the vending business.
I would love to see snack boxes get the recognition that I believe they deserve. I hope you will respond to my questions that I have stated above. I look forward to hearing from anyone who has opinion on the subject of honor snack boxes.
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