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Approved Cash Advance Supports Juvenile Diabetes Research.

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. -- "Cash for Caring," an initiative sponsored by community lender Approved Cash Advance, has joined forces with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) by donating to the organization's "Walk to Cure Diabetes" in Traverse City on September 24.

JDRF has been identified by Approved Cash Advance as one of its primary charitable causes, along with the American Cancer Society. The "Cash for Caring" program has also supported our nation's military via foundations for families of the soldiers lost recently in Afghanistan.

Approved Cash Advance has been involved with a variety of charities and causes on a local level, such as breast cancer awareness and toy drives. The company formed the "Cash for Caring" program earlier this year in order to benefit local communities on a broader scale.

According to Chief Operating Officer Joshua Davis, short-term lenders like Approved Cash Advance have deep ties to their local communities, as the success of their business depends on personal relationships. For this reason, Davis says, "We are committed to developing our local relationships and giving back to our community, both on a local and national level. We want our clientele and the public to know that we see people as more than just customers, we think about them as individuals we know and care about on a personal level."

Headquartered in Cleveland, Tennessee, Approved Cash Advance operates 195 branch locations throughout Alabama, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Once known solely as a provider of payday loans, the company has broadened its portfolio to include a number of other financial products, including vehicle title loans, check cashing, tax return preparation, and pre-paid debit cards. The company was founded in 2004. For more information about Approved Cash Advance, please visit www.approvedcashadvance.com.
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