Pepsi, Ginger Ale, Fanta, A&W Root Beer. What do these soft drinks have in common? Well, other than being over-carbonated diabetes in a can, very little. However, they claim tenancy in Micro Com’s resident relic. No, it’s not Craig.
Give a warm ‘how do you do’, with a polite curtsy and bow, to MCS, Vancouver’s Document Scanning & Archive Records Management Service very own new(ish) vending machine. It may be worn, like the crusty old man that sits in the corner of your favourite coffee shop every Tuesday afternoon, but it has character and cranks out ice cold drinks at 50¢ a pop, literally. That’s a price even broke undergrads surviving on a diet of ramen noodles and cheap beer can afford, and perfect for those hot summer days when preppers stare mournfully out the window while the city soaks in golden rays.
Before Micro Com migrated north, this glorious piece of machinery claimed the Seattle office as its primary residence. Eventually it made an epic journey, crossing borders, to settle in beautiful British Columbia. MCS employees, young and old, couldn’t be more thrilled. So save your nickels and dimes for a sweet, cool, and refreshing treat.