Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Failed To Conduct Due Diligence In Wine Vending

A spokesperson for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board said the board did not conduct formal research to determine how the public would receive the machines or what level of sales could be expected before allowing self serve wine kiosks which have since failed to meet expectations, according to The Delaware County Daily Times in Primos, Pa. For the full story, click here.

Editor’s Insight: VendingMarketWatch commented on 08-31-11 in response to an auditor’s report that the liquor control board has a management issue the state needs to address. This new report further indicates the state has a serious management problem with the liquor control board.

The problems in Pennsylvania are a reflection of government mismanagement rather than the reliability of the wine kiosks. 09-15-11 By Elliot Maras