Thursday, September 13, 2012

An Alternative to the Traditional Job Market

Adam Dankner with one of his
vending machines.
TOWSON, Md. -- Though it's the first thing a person sees when entering Towson City Center from the garage, it's easy to ignore the building's healthy snack vending machine.
Aside from offering healthy alternatives to candy and chips, this new vending machine gives the Towson University Center for Adults with Autism one more way to service its target audience.
And the vending machine itself is owned and operated by one of its own.

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