Bouncy Balls – How to Use Rubber Balls as A Money Making Product

bouncy super ball photo Bouncy balls, also known as “hi-bounce” balls or rubber balls, are a great money-maker for your bulk vending machine.  Most quality vending machines will easily dispense the bouncy balls.  One exception to that rule is Vendstar 3000 vending machines.
There are seven advantages to selling bouncy balls in your vending machines:
  1. They are extremely popular with kids. 
  2. They are inexpensive to purchase in bulk (usually 4-6 cents each).
  3. They have a high profit margin.
  4. They have an infinite shelf life (will not spoil or go stale like gum and candy).

Vending Machine Insurance, Part 2

vending machine insurance photo Vending Machine owners may want to consider other forms of insurance besides vending liability insurance mentioned in my last blog post.  Here are more forms of insurance that you as a vending machine owner might consider:
  1. Car Insurance.  This is an important priority especially if you use your own vehicle to service your vending route.
  2. Disability Insurance.  This insurance covers you in case you are hurt or disabled for some reason and cannot work for a period of time.

Vending Machine Insurance – a MUST For Your Vending Business

vending machine insurance photo2Vending machine Insurance is extremely important for your vending business regardless of what type of vending you want to operate.  Why?  It only take one accident to put you into a million dollar lawsuit.
Vending insurance is not always a priority to people who have a small vending business.  The size of the business is not the main concern – it’s the liability potential that exists for you the business owner with your name on the asset.
No, I’m not trying to scare you, but if you are going to do business, make the investment to protect your assets.  Your vending assets (vending machines) are not the only assets at risk if someone is injured from one of your machines.  People can sue you to recover losses and go after any asset you own (cars, house, bank accounts, etc).  That’s why its wise to start doing business right in the first place – with vending machine liability insurance.
I am not a lawyer or insurance professional and I encourage you to see professional advice when you set up your vending machine business.  It’s worth starting out on the right foot!
Companies who offer Vending Machine Insurance: