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"These horses spread joy everywhere they go, and we encourage everyone to go out and see them," said Check Into Cash President
Steve Scoggins. "No one should miss out on a chance to witness the famous Cashdales in person!"
The Cashdales will kick off their fun in
Prattville with a store visit to the Check Into Cash at 711 East Main Street on
Thursday, February 13 at
3:30 pm. On
Saturday, February 15, the horses will take part in the
Mardi Gras Parade in
"Our Cashdales are always in the mood to celebrate and have a good time," said Scoggins, "Which is why we know they will be the perfect addition to
Prattville'sMardi Gras Parade!"
This will be
Mardi Gras Parade, and the theme will be "10 Years Rolling with the Good Times." The parade will begin at Stanley Jensen Stadium; then follow Main Street through
Downtown Prattville, and end at Gin Shop Hill Road. Joining The Cashdales in the parade will be extravagant floats, beads, and MoonPies® for everyone!
For more information and a full event schedule, visit
Cashdales.com or follow The Cashdales on
About Check Into Cash
Cleveland, Tennessee, in 1993 by entrepreneur and philanthropist
W. Allan Jones, the Check Into Cash brand is state regulated and guarantees customers the best rate. Check Into Cash is one of the largest consumer financial services retailers in
the United States.
Through more than 1,100 locations in 32 states and the
United Kingdom, Check Into Cash and affiliates provide an affordable array of in-store and online short-term lending solutions. Check Into Cash stores offer check cashing, Western Union® money transfers, prepaid U.S. Money Cards, and other convenient services. This allows Check Into Cash to serve customers as a complete one stop money shop.
Check Into Cash is a founding member of the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), the trade association representing the nation's payday lenders. The CFSA advocates for best practices and helps enact legislation that balances the needs of the consumer with the interests of the industry.