The Service Station Product Dispenser is a New Product Idea that Provides an Innovative Solution that Combines Computerized Ordering with Direct Delivery of Products to Consumers at the Service Station Pump. Invented by Dwight Hendrickson

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Dwight Hendrickson has introduced The Service Station Product Dispenser for consumers that are always on the go who don’t want to go into the convenience store

Convenience stores were designed to sell products, not just gasoline

Convenience stores offer speed of service to time starved consumers who want to get in and out of the store quickly. These shoppers recognize this channel of trade for its convenient location, extended hours of operation, one stop shopping grab and go foodservice, variety of merchandise and fast transaction. The Gas Station Product Dispenser would target the customers that are always on the go e.g. (business professional, vacationers, mothers and grandparents with small children) who don’t want to come into the store. But at the pump they can make all their transaction.

Service Station Product Dispenser benefits include:

Convenience for the consumers can receive quick service while staying near their vehicle and without the need to wait in line.

Higher profits for convenience store owner- more products can be sold to consumers especially at night and during unfavorable weather conditions.

Potential to up sell products using the computer display

After spending time and learning from a local gas station owner about the business Dwight created the Service Station Product Dispenser. Its purpose is not taking away from customers entering the convenience store but to encourage sales both inside and outside the store. Providing such convenience is important to customers and to the gas station owners because it makes convenience store more marketable as a convenient place to shop.


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