(Continued from Part 1)
But the original Toggery location in downtown Whitefish has another defining feature: a through-the-wall ATM installed in the front of their business serving the people walking up and down Whitefish on Central Avenue!
This ATM is one of the landmarks of downtown Whitefish. When walking through town, it’s easy to pass it 4 or 5 times as you stroll up and down the street. It sees heavy foot traffic pass by on a normal day, not to mention the number of people who walk by during the busy events in downtown Whitefish: Winter Carnival, Farmer’s Market, Christmas Stroll, or even just a busy Friday night! This ATM is perfectly placed to attract attention.
But you might be wondering, how do you install an ATM like this? For the Toggery, the ATM installation was an important conversation. The perfect ATM was a through-the-wall ATM. While many ATMs for retail are freestanding, the situation at the Toggery needed a better solution. And at Bancard ATM we have the perfect ATM solution for every situation.
If you’re anything like most people, you’re wondering, “How much money can businesses make from an ATM?” While we can’t tell you the specific numbers behind any of our ATMs, we can tell you that a simple approximation based on how many people pass the ATM and how likely they are to purchase something. So The Toggery’s ATM sits in an ideal insection of these areas: lots of people walking by on their way to buy things!
Overall, The Toggery (and its through-the-wall ATM) is a must-visit for anyone in Whitefish, Montana who loves quality gear, clothing, and accessories. With their wide selection, commitment to sustainability, and excellent customer service, they are sure to become your go-to destination for all your clothing needs.
How to find it:
The Toggery is a clothing store located in Whitefish, Montana at 122 Central Ave, Whitefish, MT 59937. The Toggery is located on Central Avenue, which is the main street running through downtown Whitefish. The surrounding area is full of other shops, restaurants, and businesses, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The building that houses the Toggery has a rustic, western look and feel, which is in keeping with the town's overall feel.