Money Mart Pawn Houston providing Thanksgiving dinner to 7 families November 21.

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Store directors of Houston locations of Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry will provide Thanksgiving dinner to seven families November 21, 2012.

Because not everyone has all they need in this busy and happy Thanksgiving holiday season and the company’s desire to help, the directors of the Houston locations of Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry plan to get out and work in their local area this November by personally taking gifts of full Thanksgiving meals to seven families in the surrounding community on Wednesday November 21, 2012. Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry is proud to be a part of the Houston community and are grateful to be able to help in this way.

Since its opening in 1993 in San Antonio, Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry has grown into a multiple store chain, operating stores in Houston, San Antonio, Pearland, Humble, Bellaire, Universal City, and Boerne. Its fast and very successful growth can be attributed primarily to understanding of the pawnshop customer and their needs and providing good value. Money Mart has been built on a sincere desire to offer that value to their customers.

Money Mart's understanding of its family of customers and their desire for value is truly unsurpassed allowing them to create and maintain quality items for sale at prices within most consumers’ budgets even including an easy no interest layaway plan. Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry offers great services by a friendly and knowledgeable staff in a comfortable atmosphere. The staff prides itself on providing a great in-store experience for customers which sets Money Mart apart and ahead of its competitors.

Beyond providing these services Money Mart’s Houston pawn locations are pleased to be able to help make this a happier Thanksgiving by providing complete Thanksgiving meals to seven of the families in our community this season.

MoneyMart’s locations and additional information can be found at the website http://www.moneymartpawn.com or by phone at 1-800-828-7296.

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