Enter The Pizza ATM

Oh, how I praise the glorious days of my youth as a Knight and a Shocker. Yes folks, let’s rewind a decade. Let’s go back to when mobile phones had keyboards and Blackberries were in high demand and I’m not talking your overpriced fruit smooth with zero trans fats.

Yes, folks, I’m talking about the college where on-campus wi-fi was a new feature, working intermittently I might add, RateMyTeacher.com had useful comments and Facebook was still for students. Sorry grandma, you’re dial-up shenanigans are not welcomed here.

Your Freshman 15 is about to gain another ten.

Let’s fast-forward to today where the students at Ohio’s Xavier University will ring in the Fall semester with the nation’s first official “Pizza ATM.” Watch out America, your Freshman 15 is about to gain another ten.

The vending machine can dispense a hot 12-inch pizza 24 hours a day, seven days a week using an innovative automated touchscreen system. The pizzas will cost $9 each and is comparable to the only other pizza option, Dominos.

The Pizza ATM is created by Paline, a French company. The machine cost $55,000. To break even, the college needs to sell an estimated 6,100 pizzas. That’s probably less than a year of hungry students or one stressed out poly-sci major.

The Pizza ATM™ is not a prototype, it has a history. It is the single most dependable, profitable, and innovative machine of its kind. It is the fruit of many years of research and continued innovation. It has been successfully operating for 14 years and is providing long lasting reliability.Paline

Xavier University will have a grand opening of the Pizza ATM September 8, 2016 at 1 PM in the Fenwick Hall Atrium, 3800 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, Ohio.

While We Are On Topic

I implore my fellow UCF Knights and WSU Shockers to take this chance to one-up the competition. First, you too need a Pizza ATM. Second, you one-up with a Sprinkles Cupcake ATM (healthy ‘muffins’ optional). Third, you slam dunk the competition with a Hot Sandwich ATM. I know it’s still Beta which means your sandwich may or may not arrive as advertised if at all, but those are the risk we must take as innovators.

Think about it.

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