Have you ever wondered why principals would take time out of their busy schedules to launch a HUMAN Healthy Vending program? Principal Sarah Smoot of Irvington High School in Fremont, CA, breaks it down in this exclusive video:
Here are some of the keys from Principal Smoot’s frank talk:
- Schools are cash-strapped and need their vending machines to provide funds for underfunded school projects and programs. Irvington High School has more than doubled their commission with HUMAN Healthy Vending as compared to their previous vendor.
- Vending machines on school campuses are under strict district and federal nutrition guidelines, so partnering with a company that can ensure compliance is a no-brainer.
- Principals don’t have time to call a 1-800 customer service line if the machine is down – they want to know who is running their machine(s) and want to feel he or she is invested in the school and community.
Principal Smoot has been able to use her school’s healthy vending machine commissions to fund band, chorus and other programs. She also feels that she is in a “community partnership” with HUMAN.
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