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Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the TitleMax® family! We love to celebrate holidays and St. Patrick’s Day is towards the top o’ the list. It’s a great day to watch a parade in your hometown or even on television, and get together with friends. Aside from its actual meaning, it reminds us that spring is right around the corner. And, after this crazy winter, we are certainly ready for spring! So, pull out your festive attire, dress up in green, white, orange, and enjoy this day.

About TitleMax®

TitleMax® offers fast cash and short-term car title loans to all types of individuals. The entire process typically takes about 30 minutes, and is such a simple process. Our outstanding customer service representatives are standing by to explain each financial option and help point you in the ideal direction depending on your circumstances. We promise to help you get the cash you need, regardless of your credit history. We have more than 1,000 convenient TitleMax® locations throughout the U.S., so find the location closest to you and visit us today. We do not require proof of insurance, and, the best part is, you get to keep driving your car!

Please stop in and see us during our normal business hours Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Do not hesitate to call any of our stores if you have any questions about a location.

To secure your car title loan, all you need are three items:

  1. A vehicle registered in the applicant’s name
  2. A clear, or lien-free, car title
  3. A government-issued ID

With these items, you could obtain a title loan. If you need quick cash and have the items mentioned above, stop by one of our locations and you could be quickly approved! Our highly-trained Customer Service Reps will even work with you to develop a customized payment plan to ensure you have an enjoyable and successful title loan experience.

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