The General Merchandise Vending Machine is a specialized vending machine with general merchandise for those needing a quick and convenient way to obtain souvenirs.
Inventor Jeffrey L. Penn of Cortland, OH has created a specialized vending machine with general merchandise for those needing a quick and convenient way to obtain souvenirs.
Many people, especially tourists, love to purchase souvenirs with a local theme, or T-shirts that may be decorated with the name of a certain establishment, location, or attraction. Should a purchaser arrive after normal business hours wishing to buy such items, he or she is forced to wait until the next business day, or do without; as such merchandise cannot be purchased anywhere else in the world. This causes a lot of disappointment for tourists spending a limited amount of time in a certain location and wanting a souvenir to remember their trip. Inventor Penn has created a means by which almost any type of general merchandise can be purchased from a vending machine after normal business hours.
This clever new invention dispenses T-shirts and souvenirs. It allows for purchase after normal business hours. Merchandise is dispensed in individual plastic tubes. It accepts paper money or credit or debit cards. It is great for tourists. The use of the Penn Dispenser allows users to make purchases of almost any item even after normal business hours, in a manner which is quick, easy, and effective.