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Reasor's New Coin Counting Machines Realize Double-digit Volume Growth

Oklahoma-based Reasor's has realized a double-digit increase in coin redemption volumes since deploying self-service coin counters provided by Cummins Allison, according to the companies.

The grocer installed the units in May in all of its 19 stores to replace its existing self-service coin machines.

According to the companies, the Money Machine 2 counters are five times faster than Reasor’s previous machines, and the speed translates into increased customer preference and utilization.

“Our motivation in selecting Cummins Allison was a more flexible service agreement, increased profits and faster coin processing,” said Dennis Maxwell, project manager, Reasor’s. “The exceptional level of service provided by Cummins Allison, combined with the equipment’s performance and minimal downtime have enabled us to increase our coin redemption volumes and profits.”

Reasor's operates 19 locations and employs approximately 3,000 people in Northeastern Oklahoma.





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