6 posts categorized "Family"

December 06, 2009

Our company's social responsibility

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Manchester Vending is dedicated to carrying out its operations in a socially responsible manner. We consider ethical and environmental factors as being integral to the long term sustainability of our business. 

Our Work in the Community

Involvement in the local community is of paramount importance. Where practical we will recruit locally; make links with other local businesses; work with schools in the locality and source goods and services from local suppliers...

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January 22, 2009

Video Vault: Our first ever board meeting

Here's some GOLDEN old film footage from Manchester Vending Services. It's a sneak-peek at our senior management's first ever board meeting. Shot in 1973, it shows youngsters Peter and John Broderick playing with a vending machine being repaired by their father John Broderick. On the driveway of their house at Raymond Road, Northenden,  you can see a Ford van emblazoned with the hand-painted logo of Wythenshawe Vending Services.

January 12, 2009

Goal of the season!

Manchester Vending Services Director Johnny Broderick scored a belter at this year's AVS football match. Thankfully, the cameras were there to capture the magic moment when he let rip.

August 01, 2008

Video Vault: Panama City Vending


This video is from around 1977 when John Broderick took his family on a trip to visit his sister who was living in Panama City, Latin America. As you can see, the Broderick kids wasted no time in getting familiar with the local vending facilities.

December 31, 2007

Blast from the past: Jimmy Collins

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Jimmy Collins cira 1977 posing - in a very tight pair of flared jeans - in from of an old Wythenshawe Vending van.

October 17, 2007

Blast from the past

WythyHere's John Broderick Senior clearing out all the stuff from out of the back of his Wythenshawe Vending van.

I think that's his brother-in-law, Don Cristos Tunon, is helping out by breaking up boxes.