The contract, which partners CC Vending and Coca-Cola with the city, could bring in about $500,000 in revenue over the next 10 years, Deputy City Manager Yasmin Beers said. Currently vending machines on city property bring in a couple hundred dollars, she said.
The city currently has multiple vendors servicing a number of vending machines throughout city facilities, Beers said.
The partnership between CC Vending and Coca-Cola — presented to the city in March — will bring that vending service under one umbrella, she said.
CC Vending will provide and service the machines, and Coca-Cola will provide the merchandise, Beers said.
Through the contract, the city will be receiving several perks, including 150 cases of free goods a year, a $250 annual scholarship for a Glendale Unified School District student and use of a special-events trailer, Beers said.