Directors of Money Mart Pawn to Visit San Antonio Food Bank, November 19th

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Directors of San Antonio locations Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry to visit San Antonio Food Bank to make donation of food Monday, November 19th.

In the quickly approaching holiday season San Antonio based Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry plans to participate in the November Food 4 SA campaign of the San Antonio Food Bank by having their Directors make an in-person visit to the location on Monday, November 19th to make a donation of non-perishable food to this worthy charity. San Antonio Food Bank has a mission to fight hunger in Southwest Texas through food distribution, programs, education, and advocacy.

Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry stores very much want to be part of this mission to help those thousands of families in need within the greater San Antonio area.

Money Mart Pawn & Jewelry opened its first store in January 1993, in San Antonio, Texas. Since that time it has grown into a multiple store chain, operating stores in San Antonio, Houston, Pearland, Humble, Bellaire, Universal City, and Boerne. Its quick and successful growth can be attributed primarily to an understanding of the pawnshop customer's needs, as well as having a team of employees who are set on meeting and exceeding the customer's needs every visit. Money Mart has been built on a sincere desire to offer 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 well within most consumers’ budgets including an easy no interest layaway plan. The customer’s in-store experience is what really sets Money Mart apart and well ahead of its competitors. Now with joining together in the efforts of the San Antonio Food Bank, Money Mart also hopes to contribute further benefits to the families in this community.

Money Mart’s locations and additional information can be found at the website or by phone at 1-800-828-7296.

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