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Data Age Welcomes Game X Change To PawnMaster Nation

As the global leader, most widely used, recognized, and most reliable software firm supplying point-of-sale software to the collateral loan industry, Data Age/PawnMaster would like to welcome Game X Change to PawnMaster Nation. Game X Change will strategically be implementing PawnMaster’s point-of-sale software system in as many of their one-hundred stores across the country. 

Marketing Matters

Marketing. I could write that word in hieroglyphics and we would probably be as close to understanding it as we are in English. 

Leadership In Times Of Crisis

Over the years, the word “leadership” has frequently been used as more of a buzzword. Don't get me wrong, there are a wealth of real leaders out there, but this word always gets tested in times of crisis, and crisis tends to thin out the herd regarding this vital role.

In the Pawn Shop: General VS. Specialty Stores

I’ve been asked many times, “Why do you carry all this stuff in your store”? I know they’re referring to what many would call “junk”—collectibles, clothing, kids’ toys, etc. I always answer the same way, “Because it makes me money and brings in a larger clientele”.

Data Age eCommerce Clients Surpass $45 Million In Online Sales

Data Age Business Systems, developer of the industry’s leading pawn management software PawnMaster, is excited to announce yet another e-commerce milestone. Through the integrated e-commerce tool e4o, PawnMaster users have achieved over 45 million dollars in revenue from items sold online. PawnMaster’s e4o product allows users to list inventory items out for sale on multiple online channels, while still offering those items for sale in store. 

In the Pawn Shop: Your Best & Worst Deals, with Robb LeBlanc

Thinking back on how the pawn business has changed over the last 20+ years… it is amazing. Many deals that were made years ago were by chance and by educated guess. We didn’t have the ability to “look it up online" or “call an expert” because a quick decision had to be made. This often made for some big wins and big losses. Here’s a couple that stood out over the years…

What I Would Tell My Younger Self: With Dave Larson

I have been thinking about this question since I first read Robb’s blog. It keeps hanging there in the back of my mind, waiting… irritating me.

How to Write a Business Plan for Pawn Shops

A pawn shop can be a satisfying and profitable business. However, no matter what kind of business you plan on opening, you need a plan. Having a business plan is paramount to a successful beginning. You’ll need one to get investors, loans, or even business partners for your pawn shop. 

Guerrilla Warfare

Guerrilla Warfare is commonly defined as ”a wartime strategy involving a small attacking, mobile force, typically deployed against a larger orthodox military force with less mobility.”

What I Would Tell My Younger Self: With Len Summa

What would the older me say to the younger me now that the experience has settled in? This is a very good question that evokes great sentiment—joy and sadness all in the same breath for me.  

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