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The Money Mizer Franchise program could be just right for you! 
We offer different levels of start-up costs based on your needs and goals.

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Money Mizer Pawns and Jewelers

Multiple Locations Across Southeast

Money Mizer of Auburn, AL
1027 Opelika Rd
Auburn, AL

Money Mizer of Columbus, GA
1648 Manchester EXPY
Columbus, GA

Money Mizer of Dothan, AL
3075 South Oates St
Dothan, AL

Money Mizer of Jacksonville, FL
6677 Blanding BLVD
Jacksonville, FL

Money Mizer of Macon, GA
2540 Riverside Dr
Macon, GA

Money Mizer of Montgomery, AL
677 N East BLVD
Montgomery, AL

Money Mizer of Panama City, FL
2424 West 23rd St
Panama City, FL

Money Mizer of Phenix City, AL
1029 East Hwy 280 Bypass
Phenix City, AL


Money Mizer
Franchise Division

1648 Manchester Expressway
Columbus, GA, 31904

Phone: 978-482-7296
Internet:
Email: franchise@moneymizerfranchises.com



The Money Mizer story….

The Money Mizer story begins in 1980 when the Hunt brothers cornered the silver market and gold was selling at a premium of $900 per ounce.

Robbie Whitten, current President and CEO of Money Mizer Franchises, and his father decide to start a business purchasing scrap gold. The father-son duo assembled seventeen teams to scour the US.  The teams would rent rooms and advertise in local classified ads and periodicals weeks before their arrival in hopes of attracting potential customers.  The first undertaking was a major success, as individuals from all walks of life lined up bringing their old class rings, broken or damaged necklaces, unused family jewelry, and various other items.  One man even brought in a box full of gold teeth!

Their first attempt netted 25 pounds of scrap gold. However, many of the purchases included such valuables as estate jewelry, rare coins, and good, working watches—all of which were worth more than their weight in scrap gold.

Robbie and his father decided to rent a small storefront and bought two showcases to display the items that they did not want to melt down. This marked their entry into the pawn business....