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  • redd2002 redd2002 Sep 18, 2013 9:09 AM Flag

    Question on Kiosks

    I know a serious post on this board is unlikely to get response but....

    Does anyone have any real insight into the MC kiosks in the college bookstores and other locations. Is there a chance that a lot of the 7,500 locations are kiosks? It would explain the inventory. You fill the kiosks up once, then you have to have inventory ready to ship to the different people servicing the machines. Now one could argue the servicing folks should carry the inventory but maybe they do have some. The rest is in anticipation of sales in the kiosk. Worst case for the machines, they sell out and sit there for a good amount of time with no inventory. That would upset people.

    What do you think out there?

    Sentiment: Buy

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    • You simply do not understand the kiosk concept. You should do more homework or people will think you are an idiot. You and Brophton seem to be made for each other. Glad to see he responded so quickly - albeit wrong like you. It really is not that difficult at all.

    • It's hard to say. A year ago they had 500 locations; it took them a year to add 1,500 stores and 1,000 of THAT number was Office Depot. Then suddenly this quarter they added 5,500 "locations" - it doesn't make too much sense, though 1,100 of that is Krogers. But I did notice a reduced use of the word "stores" and an increase in the use of the word "locations". JAMN doesn't seem to break out those numbers.

      I do think that they're holding a bit much in inventory considering what they sold in the last quarter.

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      • LOL - you are an idiot. By the way - did you know JAMN is up almost 200% from one year ago today? Where were you one year ago? I cannot imagine anyone who was around this board a year ago and not loading up a truck back then. Those that missed this pop are the real idiots. Are you in that group? It seems like you are. No wonder you hang around here. You are just a petty fool who only wants to see others fail as you did. How hilarious. You are a simple minded and petty fool - that missed the big run. There is another one brewing. Maybe you can redeem yourself. On the other hand - maybe you can't. Let's enjoy the laugh together. I bet you do not realize that it is like investing $150 per share and seeing it run up to $420/share. Don't tell me you missed this? Oh brother. No wonder you are so miserable. Brophton - you really blew this one. I have to say - you do look foolish and well very stupid to post the things you do and not recognize your own stupidity. And the others that are posting here - like you - wow - talk about a bunch of losers. It does all make for a very good laugh.

      • They wanted 6000 Stores by the end of the year. 7500 could include a slug of Kiosks for sure.
        But Toevs reverences time and agian that there are about 35,000 locations - refering to grocery and the bed bath and beyonds. they want 20% penetration of that number each year over 3 years to get to 20,000 locations.

      • In my opinion, and all jokes aside, I do think the majority of the locations are kiosks but I haven't been able to follow the news as close as I would have liked so I am looking for someone with more knowledge. And again, joking aside, I do think they had far few locations throughout the quarter than they do now because of all the kiosks. And I think it explains the inventory. And it might explain the change in gross profit. I don't know how these kiosks get loaded. Is it with K-Cups or grounds? It may have cost more to prepare the kiosks coffees.

        Sentiment: Buy

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