Massachusetts Vending Association Urges Operators To Sign Petition Against Proposed Machine Fee Increase

March 28, 2012
The Massachusetts Vending Association asks Massachusetts vending operators to sign a petition against a proposal to increase license fees for vending machines by 567 percent per machine.

The Massachusetts Vending Association asks Massachusetts vending operators to sign a petition against a proposal to increase license fees for vending machines by 567 percent per machine. A link to the petition can be found at the end of the news release. The association also urges vending operators to contact them if they need stickers to place on machines to urge customers to oppose the increase. Vending operators can contact Charlene Glorieux, managing director, Massachusetts Vending Association, P.O. Box 1281, Haverhill, Mass.; 978-372-2123; email: [email protected].

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