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Exploring the Convenience of an Ice Vending Machine

admin : December 20, 2012 1:44 am : Blog

Ice Vending Machine
When most people think of ice vending machines, their minds don’t jump to creativity and innovation. Ice vending machines have, however, become an innovative and creative investment as technology advancements have enabled investors to control their machines in ways like never before.

 

The Ice Cube’s ice vending machines are unparalleled by any other. In an age where consumers want only the purest water, Ice Cube offers the ability for people to get quality ice on the go without having to boil their water and then freeze it. Our state-of-the-art machines allow the investor to monitor the machines without being on-site. We offer phone and webcam monitoring so you can check the conditions of your machine anytime, anywhere.

 

You con monitor the status of your device via your smartphone, and a top of the line industrial grade computer controls every aspect of its inner workings. Our machines produce both ice and water, and ice can be produced in bulk. After choosing the right location, all you’re required to do is sit back and watch the profits roll in.

 

Offering consumers the choice of having fresh ice while they are on the road or on their way home is a convenience that can’t go overlooked. The demand for fresh ice is high in nearly every part of the country, and depending on where you live you could be tapping into an untouched market. Fresh ice that hasn’t been shipped, previously bagged, or tampered with is safe, natural and appealing.

 

Most consumers have to drive to the local market in search of an ice machine. Proper placement of an ice vending machine could mean the financial security of your future and more.

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Initial Launch of our Distribution

admin : December 4, 2012 9:09 pm : Blog, ice vending machines, press release

Just wanted to post the press release from January of 2010, which announced the distribution of our new automatic ice vending machine “the mini cube.”

This was a very key point in time for our company and have come a long way since then, but are posting this for historical purposes.

Thanks!

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