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Check Into Cash – Who We Really Are

Tom Hartford, Senior Editor

November 1st, 2020

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When we think about a business, we usually picture that corporation as one whole entity. Oftentimes, it’s easy to forget that there are actual people who make up a company.

Yet, every single day, employees clock in, they greet customers, and they carry out their day-to-day duties. In fact, employees are the lifeblood of an organization. They keep the ball rolling, through good times and bad. And most importantly, those employees are there for each other and for customers, too.

At the end of the day, Check Into Cash is made up of people who care about each other, all working to help customers in need. That’s who we really are.

Connecting with Coworkers

During the Thanksgiving season, we start thinking about all the things we’re thankful for. Right at the top of pretty much everyone’s list is people. Family members and friends instantly come to mind, of course. But what about the other people who make such a huge impact on our lives?

Every company, no matter how big or small, is comprised of many different types of people. Plus, if you think about it, a large portion of your life is spent with the men and women you work with. You laugh together, help each other succeed, celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and accomplishments.

Then, there are those moments we cry together, mourn for each other, or simply just have a really bad day. Why? Because we’re all human, and that’s something we should always keep at the forefront of our minds.

Check Into Cash Employee Appreciation Celebration With Cake

The Check Into Cash Team Celebrating an Anniversary


We’re a Team

Over the years, we’ve shared many good times as a Check Into Cash team. From shared lunches to early mornings before coffee, we work together every single day to serve our customers the best way we can. And even lately, with all the strange things going on in the world, we manage to share our bond as coworkers, and even more, as friends.

While staying connected to each other, we also connect with our communities across the country. Individual Check Into Cash stores hold events with other local businesses during Halloween, the holidays, and all sorts of other local and regional celebrations. It’s just another way that Check Into Cash gives back to the people in its communities.

Check Into Cash Team Talent Show Winners Celebrating

Two Check Into Cash Talent Show Winners


Making an Impact

So, take a moment and let someone know how grateful you are that they’re in your life. In the spirit of thankfulness, let them know just how they’ve impacted you in a positive way.

Here at Check Into Cash, we are so thankful for each and every team member. From accountants to human resources, from store workers to our in-house call center, and from athletes to super-nerds, there’s one thing we all have in common—we’re all thankful for each other and for our customers.

We get excited about the opportunities that we get to impact someone’s life in a positive way. We’re not just loans, we’re compassionate people just like you. So, if you ever need some financial assistance, we have great people standing by that are happy to help. And that’s something we’re extra thankful for this year.

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