Check Into Cash celebrates 25th anniveersary

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Posted 6/17/18

Check Into Cash, with headquarters here in Cleveland, is celebrating the company's 25th anniversary this month.Employees and customers alike are invited to be part of the spirit of the anniversary as …

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Check Into Cash celebrates 25th anniveersary

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Check Into Cash, with headquarters here in Cleveland, is celebrating the company's 25th anniversary this month.

Employees and customers alike are invited to be part of the spirit of the anniversary as well.


To truly showcase the company’s accomplishments and growth over the last quarter-century, they’ve built an educational campaign full of milestones and momentous occasions that have taken place within the company since its inception.


Check Into Cash will also be running a celebratory giveaway that splits $25,000 between 25 lucky winners as a way to thank customers and the communities that have been a part of the company’s achievements.


“Company pride is certainly going to be strong this summer,” said Check Into Cash President Steve Scoggins. “The company feels like one big family now more than ever. And we’ve been serving our communities and families for 25 years - that’s definitely worth celebrating."


The educational campaign and temporary re-skin of the website will remain in place until the end of the year to fully showcase company pride, according to Scoggins.

 


As a pioneer in the alternative and short-term financial services industry, Check Into Cash is the longest standing payday lender in the industry. Since the company’s inception, Check Into Cash has branched out to include a variety of financial services . 


For more information about Check Into Cash’s 25th anniversary, and to learn more about the company’s history, visit CheckIntoCash.com.


Check Into Cash was founded in Cleveland in 1993 by entrepreneur and philanthropist Allan Jones

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