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Dave Larson

Dave’s background in the collateral loan industry spans out more than 20 years. He began as a District Manager for a large chain of pawn shops in the Southeastern United States. There he was promoted to Director of Operations, overseeing all of North Florida and the Tampa Bay region. Taking the knowledge he gained as Director of Operations, he purchased his own pawn shop that he ran for eight years until making the decision to sell. As the current Director of Client Development for Data Age Business Systems, Dave brings a great deal of pawn industry knowledge to the table. Using his own experiences buying and selling a pawnshop, to overseeing the operations of a large statewide pawn shop chain, to working in pawn consulting, Dave works hand in hand with pawnbrokers to assist in their successful development.

Recent Posts

Back to the Basics

I’m as tired as you are of hearing that business has changed and the suggestion that you need high-tech to survive.

How eCommerce Can Grow Your Revenue

Many stores have been forced to develop new and inventive ways to achieve revenues during this pandemic. E-commerce has been the platform of choice, and frankly, allowed many brokers to continue to generate revenue while keeping store hours to a minimum. But was it worth it?

Loan Growth Strategy

Income tax refunds, and yet another stimulus check. Are your loan balances down?

Loan Balance Marketing

Here we are, its 2021. Now what? Loan balances are down, inventory is low, and stimulus checks, and tax refunds are right around the corner.

"Be Better" This New Year

The holidays are over. It's January 2nd, you walk into your store...now what?

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. 

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.

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.”

How You Can Adapt to the Times Right Now

I remember when I was “new” to the Pawn business. Looking and studying the Sunday paper sales flyers for pricing information and product knowledge. Google wasn’t the “go to” for everything yet.

Why You Need to Train Your Employees

Few things are as frustrating as dealing with an untrained, or “under” trained employee in you business.

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