Cotton Candy World makes successful debut
MC Global Games of Queensland, Australia exhibited a new attendant-free, self-cleaning cotton candy vending machine – Cotton Candy World – at IAAPA Expo late last year.
According to MC Games, the floss-making operation with its musical accompaniment had a positive reaction from attendees, children and grown-ups alike.
“I was thrilled with the 100% positive response of attendees to our presentation of Cotton Candy World,” stated Paul Jacobs, newly appointed vice president of business development for MC Global Games.
Cotton Candy World, which features an attraction generating top display, vends non-sticky, dry fluffy cotton candy vanilla flavour in just 70 seconds. It features a vend door that remains locked during the floss making process and then unlocks until the floss is removed. The small footprint cabinet is made of zinc coated Australian steel with an eye-catching pink powder coat and sensational graphics.
Three years in the development of this new iteration of a cotton candy vendor by owner Ray McGowan, has produced a winner designed to operate on location both maintenance and attendant-free. Because of its self-sufficiency and ease of operation, including wireless data transfer reporting, it’s suited to all types of street locations, in addition to traditional FECs, bowling centers, cinemas, and the like. Currently operating in a number of FECs in Australia and producing an ROI of under 20 weeks, it will be available for delivery to the US and Europe in March of 2020.
Pictured with Cotton Candy World: Timm Stay, Ray McGowan, and Paul Jacobs of MC Global Games (shown in the Gold Standard Games booth).