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How Redbox Keeps Its Machines Filled

There’s probably a good chance that if you live in the United States that you’ve used or at least seen the Redbox DVD and Blu-ray video rental machines sitting in front of grocery stores, gas stations, and other businesses.

This video rental concept first started in Denver, Colorado, in 2004, and it allows a consumer to rent a video from one kiosk and return it to the same or another location within…




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