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4. You can specialize in a business like this. One specialty that comes to mind is to place your vending machines in health related establishments - health food stores, vitamin shops, doctor or dentist offices, etc.
Then, instead of putting regular candy into your machines, you could offer sugar-free treats instead. With raging epidemic of diabetes and obesity in U.S. right now, couldn't you imagine how popular a sugar-free vending machine might be? Especially with doctors and health related establishments? You could also offer mixed nuts, granola bites, or any other combination of healthier snack alternatives.
5. You can grow this business as slowly or quickly as you'd like. Small vending machines can be purchased for less than $50, and most of small snack or "gum" machines are less than $100. By starting with one inexpensive machine and a decent location, you can make up your investment in just a few short weeks... or less!
If you re-invested your earnings by purchasing just one new machine each month, you'd have 12 by end of year. And they'd be fully paid for too! So everything earned is yours to keep.
So, whether you want a little additional income each week, part-time supplemental income, or full-time business income - take a look at vending machines. Once they're in place, there's very little work on your part... but an ongoing stream of income for you to enjoy.
To get you started today, here's a great resource for finding inexpensive vending machines online. I think they might actually be cheapest vending machine source I've ever seen. -- Vans Vending - http://www.vansvending.com