Alamo Pawn Shop Offers Back-to-School Specials

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With the upcoming tax-free holiday, shoppers can save even more on necessities and supplies for the new school season.

With the new school year coming up just around the corner, parents are preparing to have to spend a good amount of money to be sure their child is prepared for each and every subject and class they have scheduled.

Alamo Pawn Shop is offering special deals this month by participating in the tax-free holiday for back-to-school savings. Plus, Alamo Pawn Shop is offering a 14-day interest-free loan to help parents get their children geared up for school.

For even more savings and deals, the Shop is kick-starting their first-ever Facebook giveaway: a Windows 8.1 HP laptop computer. This serves as the perfect tool for students as they head back into the classroom, especially for college students or high school upperclassmen.

To learn more about Alamo Pawn Shop’s extra savings, deals and Facebook giveaway going on this month for the back-to-school season, stop by the Shop at 2312 Transmitter Rd. in Springfield, Fla. Or, just give the staff a call at 850-872-0700 regarding any further questions or concerns. Make sure to get the deal of the season for students heading back to the classroom by making sure they’re prepared for every subject and project with the proper school supplies!

About the Company:
Alamo Pawn Shop opened its doors in 1996, providing friendly and reliable pawn shop service to everyone in the Panama City, Florida area looking to buy or sell used goods. At Alamo Pawn Shop, customers will find great quality and prices for a wide array of products. They buy and sell gold, electronics, firearms, sporting goods, fishing gear, TVs, computers, DVDs, games, gaming systems, musical instruments, tools, cameras, iPods and so much more! They also provide lay-away for convenience. Alamo Pawn shop is committed to providing their customers with excellent products and superior service. For more information, visit their website at

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