Power Drop is a self-service kiosk that sells single-use, recyclable, phone chargers. On an investor conference call, Joe Menichiello and the Power Drop team discussed the newest Power Drop collection of installations throughout North America. Topping the list is the Ala Moana Center in Honolulu as it is one of the most visited sites in all of Hawaii. Ala Moana is one of GGP‘s flagship locations and considered a top tier shopping center throughout the world.
The first quarter of 2017 saw new installs at the St. Louis Galleria, Scottsdale Quarter, Shops at Fairfield Commons (Dayton, OH), Sooner Mall (Oklahoma City), Edmonton International Airport, Bonnie Centre Mall (Canada), South Gate Center (Canada). Each of these new locations have a Power Drop kiosk either within the food court area or a main causeway. Most importantly, initial sales are proving to be solid and consistent.
Along with current installations, Power Drop Management announced their upcoming installs as well. Included in the list was the Toronto International Airport, San Marcos Premium Outlets (San Marcos, TX), River Oaks Park (Houston, TX), Plaza West Covina, as well as many other high traffic locations spreading across North America.
“Our machines are made to sell phone chargers. Plain and simple,” said Joe Menichiello, Managing Director of Power Drop. “There are little to no demographics for this product. Any location that experiences high foot traffic is a good location.” The Power Drop team is looking into new spaces for their kiosks. They touched on several new sectors including fitness, education, amusement, and events.
The call concluded with the introduction of the new Power Core battery. The new recyclable charger boosts a groundbreaking 1200 milliamp cell that allows for an even stronger charge. The Power Drop team confirmed that this new charger will be more consistent and much more durable. Power Core batteries will be available to all Power Drop owners, as well as the public, by July of this year.
Visit PowerDropShop.com or call (888) 600-0709 to purchase batteries or inquire about becoming an owner of the kiosks.