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CLEVELAND, Tenn., May 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cashdales, Check Into Cash's team of Clydesdale horses, will be featured in the Blossomtime Festival Grand Floral Parade Saturday, May 3 in St. Joseph, MI. The Grand Floral Parade, known as the "Crown Jewel" of the Blossomtime Festival, will be celebrating its 108th year with this year's theme, "Blossomtime Gets Animated."

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"The Cashdales are some of the most animated creatures we've ever seen," said Check Into Cash President Steve Scoggins. "There couldn't be a more fitting festival theme for them to be a part of than 'Blossomtime Gets Animated!'"

The parade will begin in St. Joseph and continue through the city and across the Bicentennial Bridge into Benton Harbor. The procession features more than 120 units including bands, floats, clowns, costumes, antique vehicles, unicycle teams, and more!

"The horses can't wait to visit southwestern Michigan for the Blossomtime Festival Grand Floral Parade," said Scoggins. "They hope to encounter a good crowd and a great time!"

For more information and a full event schedule, visit Cashdales.com or follow The Cashdales on Facebook.com/CashdalesAtCheckIntoCash and Twitter.com/Cashdales.

For more information on the Blossomtime Festival and the Grand Floral Parade, go to BlossomtimeFestival.org.  

About Check Into Cash

Founded in Cleveland, Tennessee, in 1993 by entrepreneur and philanthropist W. Allan Jones, the Check Into Cash brand is state regulated and guarantees customers the best rate. Check Into Cash stores offer check cashing, Western Union® money transfers, prepaid U.S. Money Cards, and other convenient services as a complete one stop money shop. 

Check Into Cash is a founding member of the Community Financial Services Association of America (CFSA), the trade association representing the nation's payday lenders. The CFSA advocates for best practices and helps enact legislation that balances the needs of the consumer with the interests of the industry.

As a national leader and industry standard bearer, Check Into Cash firmly believes in truthful advertising and full disclosure of its services.

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