J&S Pawn moves to a bigger location

KEYSER – J&S Pawn has been serving the Keyser community for over four years, and now they are continuing that tradition in a new location.

J&S Pawn has moved to the old Sheetz building on Mineral Street and now has a larger store to better serve its customers.

J&S Pawn sells firearms, ammunition, gun accessories, jewelry, electronics, household items, music equipment, antiques and more.

Owned and operated by the Shook family, J&S Pawn serves communities in seven different locations, including Keyser, and will soon add a location to Clarksburg.

They have been in business for over 26 years and their motto is that the customer comes first.

Gretchen Pryor helps a customer at the new J&S Pawn location in the old Sheetz store in Keyser.

“We thrive on customer service,” says Gretchen Pryor, who manages five of their sites. “Serving the inhabitants of the communities at all of our sites is a top priority for us. “

Pryor says trying to get money out of the communities they serve is their raison d’être. “. “We are here to help people meet their needs, especially during COVID, as many people have gone through difficult times.”

J&S Pawn offers loans based on collateral and repays within 30 days. . A customer can wear it longer by simply paying the interest each month. J&S Pawn lends money on just about anything and tries to help clients when they need it.

“We sell a lot of new guns,” Pryor said. “We offer a wide variety of new and used guns, and we buy real estate sales and gun collections from individuals of all sizes.

“We are an authorized federal firearms dealer and follow all federal and state guidelines,” said Pryor. “We do federal background checks and follow the laws. “

Pryor said the key to J&S Pawn being in business for so long is with its wonderful customers. “We really want to thank our amazing customers; they are what keeps moving forward, ”she said.

Pryor says they usually hold a customer appreciation event to show their customers how much they mean to them. “We’re having a big event and giving a lot of stuff,” she said.

One year, they gave away $ 10,000 to a client, plus additional prizes every hour during the event.

“COVID prevented us from having one last year, but we plan to have one for our anniversary in April,” she said, explaining that they “are still trying to let our customers know that they are appreciated “.

Barbara High is a writer / photographer for the News Tribune and can be contacted at [email protected] An idea of ​​history? Send him an e-mail!

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