How much do you pay for a bag of ice? Many convenience stores, supermarkets, and beverage stores pay up to one dollar or more wholseale for a typical eight pound bag of ice. But with ice pro, you can bag your own ice for about twenty cents a bag.
The savings really add up - sales of 250 bags per week increase profits by $10,000 annually. Ice Pro is really easy to use. Fill a bag, then fill another while you're sealing the first bag. Operators can typically fill six to eight bags a minute, sometimes more.
Ice Pro produces fresh, sanitary ice. Bags are automatically blown open and filled without any human contact. Operators have even told us that using Ice Pro is fun.
With Ice Pro, you control how much ice you have on hand. How many times have you run out of ice during a busy season? If you notice your merchandiser is running low on ice, go fill more with Ice Pro. You will never lose sales while you wait for a vendor to deliver.
Ice Pro can make other promotions more profitable. Increase your sales of canned beverages by giving away a bag of ice. Your twenty cent bag of ice will be valued at ten times that by the customer.
With Ice Pro, you can ensure a consistent supply of fresh, clean ice to your customer, all while dramatically improving your bottom line.
Learn how to easily meet consumer demand and increase your business's profits with the Follett Ice Pro ice dispenser!
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