Giving Thanks — Carolina Cash Fast Loan Centers

We are always happy when Thanksgiving is approaching, because this wonderful holiday affords us the opportunity to thank all of our friends and patrons.

This past year has been good to us, and we thank you for your patronage and for allowing us to be of service to you!

From everyone here at Cash Fast Loan Center, we want to wish you all a HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

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2014 Charlotte Area Parades and Tree-Lightings

For years, Charlotte and surrounding towns have been ringing in the holidays with festive parades, special events and evening tree-lightings. Take a look at the list below and you’ll be sure to find an event near you. Several include a visit from Santa and all promise to be fun for the whole family!
Saturday, Nov. 22
Concord Christmas Parade
Marvel at the parade floats and bands, and get in your requests to Santa. Thousands have viewed the parade since it was first presented in 1928. The parade travels south, from Lake Concord Road and Church Street, down Union Street and ends at Corban Avenue. Free. 2:30-5:30 p.m. Downtown Concord.

South End Tree Lighting
Visit with Santa, friends and family, and watch him light up the tree. Free. Atherton Mill, Kingston and South Blvd.
Wednesday, Nov. 26
Carolina Panthers Inaugural Tree Lighting
Ring in the upcoming season with activities including balloon artists, caricaturists, face painters, photo booths and classic holiday shows on the big screens.  There will also be appearances by Sir Purr, the TopCats and Santa Claus. Free. 6-7:30 p.m. Outside of the Bank of America Stadium. Corner of Mint and Graham St.
Thursday, Nov. 27 | Happy Thanksgiving!
Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade
Celebrate the holidays by bringing your family out to one of the largest Thanksgiving Day parades in the country. Expect marching bands, large balloons and floats, and live performances in front of the Levine Center for the Arts on South Tryon Street. See replay on WBTV at 1 p.m. The parade will air on television again on Christmas Day. Free. Kick-off at 9:30 a.m. Tryon Street from Stonewall Street to 9th Street.
Friday, Nov. 28
Holiday Festival of Lights
Wander through [...]

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Need Quick Cash For The Holidays? Try Our Payday Loan!

With Thanksgiving just a couple weeks away, it's time to plan for the Holidays! Black Friday presents ample opportunity to save big when it comes to Holiday Shopping. Don't let the stress of bad credit or awaiting a holiday bonus keep you from saving big on your gift shopping!
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Holiday Spending: Shop Early, Save Big!

Do you need a little extra cash for holiday spending? Don't fret! Don't miss out on the best sales of the season while waiting for your holiday bonus! Contact us today to learn about our Payday Loans, for when you need money fast, or Cash Advances, when all you need is a little cash with no prequalifications.
By |November 6th, 2014|General|Comments Off on Holiday Spending: Shop Early, Save Big!|

7 Ways to Save Money on Halloween

The average American is expected to spend about $77 to get in the Halloween spirit this year. With these money savers, the ghosts and goblins won't spook your budget. You don’t have to play trick or treat with your budget this Halloween when you plan those candy purchases and flex your crafting muscles to make decorations.
By |October 2nd, 2014|General|Comments Off on 7 Ways to Save Money on Halloween|

Modern Day Consumers Looking For The Best Deals

Squeezed between flat wages and rising prices, many middle-class consumers are feeling poor. The recession forced many people to change their ways as nearly 9 million Americans lost their jobs and home foreclosures hit record highs. As a result, many stuck their credit cards in a drawer, cut back on spending and hunkered down.
By |September 25th, 2014|General|Comments Off on Modern Day Consumers Looking For The Best Deals|

Celebrate 50 Years of Festival in the Park

This weekend Festival in the Park in Charlotte celebrates a half century of its simply stated but grandly executed mission to “bring the community together through the arts.”

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the 50th production of this annual event – part art exhibit, part music showcase, part shopping event, part carnival, part county fair complete with clowns, food vendors and kiddie rides – once again colorfully welcomes the arrival of fall. As the region’s reigning favorite event as well as longest running family fun festival, FITP’s special dedication to presenting a diverse assortment of live music performers also warrants kudos.

Numbering 100,000 plus of all ages, the crowd will be entertained by an interesting live musical array. Kicking off Day 1 of the festival, Friday’s music bill offers singer/songwriter Madison Lucas & Modern Moxie at 5 p.m.; guitar-driven rock with a psychedelic, punk edge from Analog Daze at 6:30 p.m.; and the howling sonic storm Grown Up Avenger Stuff at 8 p.m.
On Saturday meet female rock band The Reason You Stayed at 12:30 p.m.; Parrot Party delivering Jimmy Buffet hits and deep cuts at 5 p.m.; Rob Thorne & Hummingbird join up for a rock/blues reunion at 7 p.m.; plus new wave rocker/producer/music luminary Don Dixon and musician/songwriter/producer Mitch Easter along with Rob Ladd combine skills for classic pop melodies with hip, jangly inspiration at 8 p.m.Sunday’s sounds include Carson Hill, an up-and-coming teen singer/songwriter with all the buzz who brings her folk-meets-country-cool at noon; The Charlotte Symphony Youth Orchestra at 2 p.m.; Randy Franklin & The Sardines, an all-star band with impressive credentials and a variety of sounds at 4 p.m. The closing act is an encounter with Gigi Dover & The Big Love, [...]

By |September 18th, 2014|General|Comments Off on Celebrate 50 Years of Festival in the Park|

Remembering September 11, 2001

FORT MILL — She stood atop the bridge early Thursday morning, 13 years after the Sept. 11, 2001, crying in the morning light as the sun rose and cars and trucks honked to show their support. Standing on the Patriot Leonard A. Farrington Memorial Bridge, she held an American flag with such resolve and strength because her son died three years ago fighting in a war in Afghanistan that was fought because of the 9/11 attacks.
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September 11 Memorial Program At Fort Lawn

The Town of Fort Lawn in Chester County is inviting the public to join them for a 9/11 anniversary program at 6 p.m. September 11 in front of the 9/11 memorial outside the Fort Lawn Community Center off S.C. 9. The town’s sculpture memorial is made from metal pieces of the World Trade Center towers that were destroyed by the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., on Sept. 11, 2001.
By |September 4th, 2014|General|Comments Off on September 11 Memorial Program At Fort Lawn|

1.5M From Carolinas Traveling This Labor Day

Fueled by lower gas prices, an estimated 1.5 million residents from the Carolinas will be traveling this Labor Day to enjoy the last weekend of the summer season, the highest number since the Great Recession. AAA Carolinas says in a release almost 90 percent of those traveling more than 50 miles from home will be driving, with Charleston and Myrtle Beach on the South Carolina coast and Raleigh, Charlotte and Asheville in North Carolina the most popular destinations.
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