Most of us remember peanut butter as a common lunchtime staple. PB and Jelly sandwiches may not have been culinary classics, but they always hit the spot and they certainly weren’t anything to be feared. Nowadays, however, you’d be hard pressed to find a trace of peanut, let alone a peanut butter sandwich, in any grade school setting.
Any vending operator worth their weight in change should be thinking of ways to capitalize on the latest terror threats facing Western society. With extreme travelling conditions placed on the millions of people who venture in and out of our country, come a few personal dilemmas. Hygiene has been attacked in the name of public safety, throwing the doors wide open for vending operators to profit.
The past year ushered in a host of technological advancements designed to help the independent vending operator improve efficiency, reduce costs and increase profits. Which ones did you take advantage of in 2006?
WASHINGTON (AP) – The world will have its first look at a more colourful Abraham Lincoln this month. U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing director Larry Felix said the new $5 bill will be shown to the world by way of an Internet broadcast Sept. 20, which the government has dubbed a “Wi-5” event.
Next month we will visit, in depth, the advocacy campaign launched by CAMA at the Vancouver Expo in May.
Producers from The Food Network’s popular show “The Secret Life Of” have confirmed that the episode on vending will air May 21 at 10 p.m., National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA) president and CEO Richard M. Geerdes, NCE, announced in April.
The B.C. government is banning junk food from all hospital vending machines next spring, but fast food will still be allowed. Health Minister George Abbott says the ban on junk food in vending machines is an effort to stem the rising incidence of chronic disease.
DES MOINES (AP) – Maytag Corp., reporting a bigger loss for the fourth quarter, said it is seeking permission from its prospective buyer Whirlpool Corp. to sell its Hoover floor care and vending machine businesses.
Being a guy has traditionally been a fairly low-maintenance proposition. Haircuts are less than ten dollars, you can wear the same suit to every wedding or funeral you attend and nobody questions it. Best of all – you can go from fast asleep to out the door in less than ten minutes. No jewelry to co-ordinate, no twenty-step beauty regime. At least – that’s how it used to be.
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