A vending machine sold to the West at San Francisco airport is mocked online, but officials say it earns thousands of dollars a month.
The "Uniqlo To-Go" machine, which deposits $ 50 in multiple colors, adds about $ 10,000 a month to the SFO, according to airport spokesman Doug Yakel.
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"This is the first time we have clothes available. We sold them from a vending machine we considered very unique," Yakel said towards business insiders.
The concept of the Uniqlo clothes vending machine is not new. The Japanese retailer has been selling popular items in shopping malls and airports across the country for about a year.
Many of the machines sell two of the brand's most popular products, a thermo T-shirt and a lightweight down jacket, but the fact that the vests sold in San Francisco West has made it a goal Many jokes
For some reason, West has become the unofficial uniform of Silicon Valley and is synonymous with investors in the area, Business Insider reports. When someone posted a picture of the machine on Twitter, people could not help but point out how "San Francisco" was.
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But joking aside, Yakel said the vending machine is one of the highest-earning, which operates its leasing tenants at the airport.