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SP Coin Redemption, Inc.
Posted: February 10 2015
Company Location: Dallas, TX
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Paid
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DescriptionSP Coin Redemption manufactures and sells a coin redemption machine aimed at the smaller retail location. We have been in business for a year as an off shoot of an ATM Manufacturer. The market is the DFW area calling on retail business such as C stores, Check Cashing stores, small grocery stores and community banks. It is a new industry niche that provides small retailers with the same coin redemption as the big box stores.
what? A Coin Redemption machine is a unit that the customers pours coins into - it counts the coins, prints a receipt, and the customer takes the receipt to the counter for conversion to bills
Why? This is a new industry and a great opportunity for someone to learn a new market and gain valuable sales experience.
When? This is available now.
ResponsibilitiesVisit with the managers of retail establishments that could benefit from Coin redemption in their business. Turning coins into cash is an advantage to the retailer because a portion of the redemption ends up being spent in the store. Also it brings in customers -
Target customers..... Convenience stores..... Check Cashing Stores...... small Grocery Stores......
Requirements1) Personality - the ability to express yourself and explain a concept and a product.
2) Experience - this is a new product in a new market niche so experience is something that can be gained. creating a situation where there are no preconceived ideas. The best experience is that of taking a jar full of coins into a bank to get bills - the hassle and expense involved.
3) Education - college level -