|By Marketwired .||
|September 2, 2014 04:47 PM EDT||
CLEVELAND, TN--(Marketwired - September 02, 2014) - Check Into Cash is having two Customer Appreciation Events this weekend! The first will take place on Shallowford Road in Chattanooga on Friday, September 5, from 3 to 6 p.m. The second will be Saturday, September 6, from 9 a.m. to noon on South Illinois Avenue in Oak Ridge. Both events will offer food, giveaways, and fun for the entire family!
"We're thankful for our Chattanooga and Oak Ridge Check Into Cash customers," said Check Into Cash President Steve Scoggins.
A King Ranch F-150 that was owned by President George W. Bush will be on display at each event. The truck was used exclusively on his ranch in Crawford, Texas. The right airbag panel bears George W. Bush's signature.
The Bush pickup was purchased at the Barrett-Jackson auction house in Scottsdale, Arizona on January 19, 2013. Proceeds from the truck's sale went to the Fisher House Foundation, a charity providing free housing for families of military service members who are receiving medical treatment.
"Customers will have a rare opportunity to see President Bush's King Ranch F-150," said Scoggins.
About Check Into Cash
Founded in Cleveland, Tennessee, in 1993 by entrepreneur and philanthropist Allan Jones, the Check Into Cash brand is state regulated and guarantees customers the best rate. Check Into Cash stores offer check cashing, Western Union® money transfers, prepaid U.S. Money Cards, and other convenient services as a complete one stop money shop.
Check Into Cash is a founding member of the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), the trade association representing the nation's payday lenders. The CFSA advocates for best practices and helps enact legislation that balances the needs of the consumer with the interests of the industry.
As a national leader and industry standard bearer, Check Into Cash firmly believes in truthful advertising and full disclosure of its services.
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