Become a Vending Location


We are more than just vending!

Come and join the growing list of locations. No matter your company size, we can fulfill your vending needs. When you become a vending location, it allows your employees, students and patrons to enjoy a variety of snacks, drinks and perishables.

Not only that, your business could receive additional income from profit-sharing when you have our state-of-the-art cost-FREE vending machines or micro markets on-site!

Comparing Vending Machine Companies

Have you been provided a Certificate of Insurance by your vendor? Have you been listed as an additional insured on their policy? Do you want to upgrade your existing vending machines to newer equipment? Would you like to replace your vending company because of bad service, bad selection of products, etc.? Do your requests take weeks to be responded to, or are not responded to at all? Does your current vending machine or micro market break down frequently? Would you like better communication with the company that maintains your current vending machines?

If any of these concerns apply to you, we can help!

Becoming a vending location is easy. We come out to meet with you to discuss your vending needs,  go over our vending equipment, take measurements to make sure our equipment will fit, talk about products, and answer any questions that you might have.

Afterwards, if you are in agreement with the placement of a vending machine or micro market, we move forward with the installation. There are no long term contracts involved and everything is 100% cost-free to you.

3 Key Question to Ask Any Vending or Micro Market Company

Where is your warehouse located?

An efficiently operated vending company should have a clean, temperature-controlled warehouse or office space where products are kept. No matter the size of the warehouse, it’s key to have a dedicated space for food and drinks to be stored.

If a vendor is operating out of a public storage facility, there are risks of pests like insects, mice, and rats infesting the surroundings of food products that are being sold in machines and consumed by customers. There is also a risk that chemicals, or other hazardous materials could potentially be stored in nearby units. Additionally, if not temperature controlled, outdoor elements may affect the quality of food.

Can my company do a walkthrough of your vending warehouse?

As stated above, the vendor that you choose to operate your vending and micro markets should have a dedicated space for their products to be stored.

Being in the food industry, cleanliness and safety is key. It is a great idea to take a tour or look at your potential vending company’s warehouse or office space to ensure these things for yourself.

Who are your food and product suppliers for vending machines and micro markets?

Asking a vending company who their product suppliers are is more common than you think, and it’s an important question to ask, particularly when it comes to fresh foods and perishable items. This will help you determine the quality and freshness and decide whether or not the company can provide options that meet your needs.