Crickler Vending Company Inc. announces the acquisition of Kimmins Coffee Service

Oct. 31, 2022
Crickler Vending Company announced it has acquired Kimmins Coffee Service, both located in Rochester, New York.

Crickler Vending Company, a vending, micro market and office coffee service company located in Rochester, New York, announced they have acquired Kimmins Coffee Service, also located in Rochester.

With roots in western New York since 1890, Crickler Vending Company is a franchise of Canteen with branches in Rochester, Buffalo, and Elmira, N.Y.

Kimmins Coffee Service, founded in 1987 and owned by Russell Simon and James Damon, provided vending, coffee services and water services to clients in the Rochester area. Simon and Damon will join Crickler Vending on a consulting basis.

The transaction was brokered by Mike Ferguson of VMAC Solutions, an intermediary and business consultant to the vending, micro markets and office coffee industry.

Ferguson can be reached at 713-569-6463 or email [email protected]. Visit for more information on his brokerage and consulting services to the refreshment industry.


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