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A Day in the Life of a HUMANIST

Operator Testimonials

Joseph C. shows you what an average day is like for a HUMAN operator.  He shows you how he stores his snacks, his route, and the inside of his HUMAN machines AND interviews the Director of Finance at one of his school locations. This is what it is all about.  Thanks Joseph for your great video!

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“Sean and Andy…SSPP had 75 vends at lunch…I’m still spinning! Stayed through lunches to help those little ones figure out new machine…will go back tomorrow as well! SOOOO PSYCHED!!

Great install and fabulous location!

I had the opportunity to spend three days of lunch shifts with these kiddos and learned so much!

1) Kids are not afraid to be healthier!!

2) School size can be very deceiving!

3) There is no problem that can’t be remedied if you think fast!

Overall, not many issues and parents of children are thankful and appreciative thus far. One Mom called in because her son is diabetic and thankful that there are healthier option for her child…

…that’s what it’s all about!

3 day total for vends…293

Thanks guys.” ~ Shelly G.

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HUMAN Operator Vending Profits Case Study

This video details the ACTUAL profits from a vending operator’s route from Dec 6, 2010 to Jan 11th,  2011 for a full 36 day sales period.   It also gives a glimpse of the powerful back-end remote monitoring system.


More testimonials coming soon!

skelly

Biomedical Engineer who earned his degree from The Johns Hopkins University & Columbia University. Named one of Forbes’ Top 30 Under 30 in 2013. Co-Founded America’s first Pure Play healthy vending company in 2003.
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