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Full House Pawn fills a niche in Kremmling

Drew Munro
Sky-Hi Daily News
Grand County, Colorado
Drew Munro / Sky-Hi Daily News

Whether you need a temporary loan to tide you over or are looking for a bargain, one of Kremmling’s newest businesses might be able to help you.

Full House Pawn opened at 301 E. Park Ave. on May 16, said store manager Ann Groff.

Her father in-law, Jimmy Groff, had long been an avid collector of baseball cards and other items. And since the building attached to the O’Aces Liquor, which he also owns, was empty, it seemed only natural to set it up as a venue where he could offer some of his collectibles for sale, she said.

In addition to those items, the store offers hunting and fishing gear, tools, electronics, ammunition and reloading equipment, and “everything else.”

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Ann Groff said they hope to obtain a federal firearms license within a couple weeks, at which time they will offer guns for sale.

“That’s high in demand for us right now,” she said.

Those who pre-order certain shooting-related items can save 10 percent, she said, adding that the store offers some of the best prices in the county on ammunition.

Thus far, she said, the community has responded well to the new establishment.

“The grand opening was fantastic,” she said.

Those looking to sell merchandise are also welcome, Groff said, as the store will purchase items as well as offer temporary loans using goods as collateral.

She said the loans work like this: A customer brings in the item for collateral and a 30-day loan at 20 percent is granted based on the item’s value.

If the customer pays off the loan and interest before the 30 days pass, the transaction is complete and the item is returned. The customer can extend the loan by paying a minimum of just the interest, but he will then owe interest for another 30 days.

If the customer fails to pay the minimum interest required, he forfeits the collateral, Groff said.

Full House Pawn will also cash checks for a 15 percent fee and plans to conduct ebay sales, Groff said.

” Drew can be reached at (970) 887-3334 ext. 19610 or at dmunro@skyhidailynews.com

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