Why the bottle vending machines are becoming more popular

The bottle vending marts are a new addition to the shopping experience at the mall, but there’s a catch: they can only be used once a day.

“We’ve seen a tremendous amount of interest in them,” said David Haggerty, a senior vice president at Target, the largest U.S. department store chain.

“There are just a lot of people who want to try them out.”

Haggerty says that the first bottle vending was a “really big hit” with consumers, who are now buying hundreds of bottles every day.

He says the company has already sold about 20,000 bottles and expects to sell about 200,000.

Target says that since the introduction of the bottle dispensers, the number of bottles it sells has increased from about 1,600 per day in October 2015 to about 3,000 per day this year.

Haggertson said the company is also seeing a resurgence in bottle-nose business, which is a new type of shopping that takes place during the holidays.

He said bottles are also becoming more and more popular with younger consumers, especially in the suburbs.

He said Target is “very excited” about the resurgence of the brand, which has seen a spike in sales of more than 50 percent in its most recent quarter.

The chain is also launching a new bottle-and-nail-style dispensing machine that can be installed in stores for a one-time fee of $10.

Target also launched a bottle dispensing kiosk in select Target stores on Thanksgiving Day, which will offer a $3.99 fee for up to 10 bottles of soda.