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(877) 850 -2934 TOLL FREE


When someone stands with you until the job is done - you call him your best friend.

When a company does this - it is called :

Vendor Locators !

Serving Vending Machine Operators in the Multi-state and Capital areas

Delaware vending

District of Columbia

Indiana machines

Maryland vending

Michigan machines

Ohio vending


Virginia machines


We Know Vending Machine Locations !

Whether your route is in Roanoke or Ft Wayne or Reading or Fremont - Vendor Locators will find the most profitable locations for you identify your customer profiles - matching them with real estate sites in the Michigan and Mid-Atlantic regions.



Capital Areas

Georgetown locations

I 80 across Pennsylvania

Delaware River cities

Tourist Attractions

Dulles region

Ann Arbor MI locations

Sesame Place area

Business Commuter Routes

Campus locales

Entertainment Centers

Tysons Corner VA

Dover Delaware

Frederick Maryland

Harrisburg PA

Delaware Valley

State College locations

Columbus Ohio

Sterling Hts Michigan

Fairfax locations

Vending Locator Services

About me and my locating policies:

* I have been in this business 14 years full time.

* I have had the same office phone number since day one. (301-369-1300) 

* I have since added a Toll-Free number for the convenience of my customers. (877-850-2934) 

So Vendors that I found locations for 3, 5 or 10 years ago can still reach me. (You'd be surprised how many locating companies change their name/phone number every year or so.)

* If we were to do business together, the deposit I require is 30% of the total. Not 50%, like most of my competitors demand.

* You pay the balance after the job is complete.

* No "warranty" or "guarantee" requirements.

* No "sign off sheets".

 My policy is simple -

If you're not happy with any location for any reason, I will replace it on my next job with you at no charge.

Once I know the number and type of the vending machines you have, plus the area you want them located in - I will quote you my fee. I require a 30% deposit of the total before I start your job. The balance is payable after the job is complete.

If your intentions are to build a vending route, you will need a relationship with whatever locator you use. And this relationship will probably be over a period of a couple of years, until you reach the number of locations you can handle by yourself. For most vendors, this number is around 200 spots. (Depending on what type of vending machine one has.) You probably will not hire help, unless they're family members, as this is a cash business, and most vendors have not been able to find someone to service their route that does not put some of the cash in their pocket.

For those who pay the full locating fee in advance, I give a 10% discount for my services.


If you choose not to contact me about my services, that's fine. I wish you success and a profitable business and appreciate your consideration of my services.

But do subscribe to Vending Times, the trade magazine. It'll be the best money you'll spend.

You can find them at

This magazine is the "bible" of this business. And consider purchasing additional vending machines from their advertisers. You'll get a fair price as their competitors' ads are in the same magazine. And they are advertising to experienced vending owners, who know what a good price is.

Most vending equipment sites on the Internet (and almost all 800 number solicitations in business opportunity ads in the newspaper) simply resell equipment. They are in business to sell new, inexperienced vendors. That's the only way they can get their high price.

And check the last couple of pages of each issue of Vending Times . They list all upcoming vending conventions. You could benefit yourself greatly by attending these. To listen and learn from those providing services in this business.

Much success to you,


Vendor Locators