Vend3 offers you the freedom of being your own boss, with the financial security you've always wanted.Your Vend3 machines are always on the job, displaying nationally advertised products 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Better still, the potential profits are virtually unlimited.
To buy an opportunity with Vend Three LLC, you'll need to have at least $5,000 in liquid capital. Owners can expect to make a total investment of at least $5,000. *
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Vend3 offers you the freedom of being your own boss, with the financial security you've always wanted. Start small and expand as you earn. Better still, the potential profits are virtually unlimited.
Consider the Vend3 Benefits:
It's Time to Be Your Own Boss
Create a successful cash business that lets you choose your own hours!
Start off as small as you desire, and expand YOUR business at your own pace. Work full- or part-time. Your income starts as soon as your machines are located, and your profit is only limited by the number of machines you want to service. Over the years, the vending business has shown itself to be recession-proof. According to Packaged Facts and Census Bureau Data reports, U.S. retail sales of candy will grow 4% annually over the upcoming five-year period. At this rate, the market will approach $17.8 billion by 2010. In addition, convenience and portion-control are two driving trends in the food industry, making single-serve and smaller portions one of the industry's fastest growing segments.
Your Vend3 machines are always on the job, displaying nationally advertised products 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The Vend3 Vending Machine does all of the selling for you, allowing you to work smarter instead of harder.
YOU CAN DO IT!
A Vend3 Business is suited for anyone!
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