Shop24 Times Two

Automated c-stores at Morrisville State College hit $2 million revenue mark

Published in CSP Daily News

WESTERVILLE, Ohio -- After achieving $1 million in sales at its first Shop24 on campus, the second Shop24 at Morrisville State College recently surpassed $1 million in sales, the automated convenience store provider said.

"The Morrisville Auxiliary Service Corp. (MAC) has been a model partner for Shop24," said Matthew Pliskin, COO of Shop24 Global, "and to accomplish this on a campus with approximately 3,100 students is all the more impressive. The success of the Morrisville Shop24 locations is a guidepost for our future locations, and we look forward to working with them in the coming years."

Morrisville State College was the first U.S. installation of a Shop24 in the college and university channel after the successful launch of more than 200 Shop24 installations in various international markets.

Morrisville State College, located in Morrisville, N.Y., is a college of the State University of New York.

In other company news, Memphis, Tenn.-based EdR, a developer, owner and manager of collegiate housing, has entered into a nonexclusive agreement to place Shop24 automated c-stores on select EdR properties. It will install trial locations at The Commons on Kinnear in Columbus, Ohio, and East Edge in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Westerville, Ohio-based Shop24 Global offers a self-contained, totally automated and refrigerated c-store/vending unit designed to enable 24x7 accessible consumer purchasing. It delivers more than 200 items ranging in weight from 1 ounce to 10 pounds in a well-lit, security-camera-monitored environment. A Shop24 unit can be placed anywhere outdoors or indoors.

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