JANESVILLE, Wis. — Woodman’s Markets here has seen a return on investment from the implementation of consumer coin-counting machines from Cummins Allison, Mt. Prospect, Ill., across multiple store locations in Wisconsin and Illinois. “We’ve seen steady usage of the machines from our customers and they’re providing a good ROI,” said Clint Woodman, vice president of Woodman’s, in a statement. Woodman attributed the ROI to two factors: ...
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