Norwalk Police welcomes new business to the city with a grand opening event, health screenings and giveaways

(Norwalk, Ohio) -  Cashland of Norwalk is celebrating the addition of pawn loans and retail sales to its already established cash advance business with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Norwalk Police Department, electronics giveaways and free health screenings from local EMS crews.

From 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., July 8 and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 9, the shop at 214 Milan Ave, Ste. A, will host the event featuring free snacks and Cashland goodie bags. Lowe’s home improvement stores have also donated workshop craft kits for children as well as badges and stickers. EMS crews will be on hand Friday and Saturday to conduct blood pressure checks and other health screening tests.
“We want to be good neighbors and promote a happy and healthy community where we live and work,” said Shop Manager Christina Moore. “Inviting EMS to come to our event promotes health awareness.”

The Norwalk Police Department will cut the ribbon on the store at 11 a.m. Friday, and former starting center for Kent State., Joshua Perry, who has appeared in various video games, will visit Saturday to greet customers and sign autographs.
A tent sale will display select electronics and tools with special discounts up to 40 percent off of already low prices.
People can enter a drawing to receive a 40-inch flat screen TV, an Xbox 360 and ladies’ gold jewelry.
 “We want to reach out to our community and let them know that we are here for them.” Christina said.
Cashland Financial Services, Inc. is a provider of neighborhood financial services such as cash advances, pawn loans, check cashing, money transfers, pre-paid debit cards and pawn. Cashland is a subsidiary of Cash America International, Inc. (NYSE: CSH). There are about 162 Cashland locations across Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Indiana.