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The Christmas season is a great time of the year to give, and with so many people in need, the owners and employees at Mason's Coin and Pawn feel compelled to make their business a drop-off point for nonperishable goods to be a blessing to those who are less fortunate, a news release said.

Mason's Coin and Pawn has operated for six years at 2038 Central Ave. in Freeman Center. It is a premier coin shop and specializes in collectibles and historical memorabilia. It also pawns valuables to assist in gap loans to free up much-needed cash.

The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. The business is owned by Paul Mason and his son, Jeremy. Josh Patterson is the floor manager and Randilyn Basham and Robert Mitchell work in e-commerce as listing and shipping agents.

Stop in any time to look at thousands of items from coins and jewelry to guns and guitars among many other things. Like them on Facebook or visit their website, http://www.Masonspawn.com. Or, shop their eBay store for nearly 3,000 items at Artandoldstuff. Bring in a food item for their food drive and get an extra 5 percent on gold and silver scrap jewelry or flatware.

Business on 12/10/2018

Print Headline: Mason's a drop-off point for food donations

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