Cash Converters teams up with TV star

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Cash Converters has teamed up with TV’s ‘Flog It’ star to host a fun valuation day at one of its stores.

Cash Converters Preston held a fun and unique valuation day that was hosted by TV’s ‘Flog It’ expert David Fletcher. Customers were invited to bring along items to be valued, which could be family heirlooms with lots of history behind them, precious jewellery, art with potentially hidden value and other antiques that they were curious about.

David was joined by Jenny Knott from respected auction house Holloways Branbury, as well as Cash Converters’ valuation expert Michael Suter. The event ran like an episode of ‘Flog It Live’ and customers were invited to book an appointment to sit down with the experts. Once their items had been valued, they could either take their items away, sell them to the Cash Converters team, or put them up for auction at a later date.

Suter of Capital Cash, the franchisee holders for the Preston location of the retail franchise, said:

“We’re delighted to offer our customers the opportunity to meet David in our Preston store, as he’s one of the country’s leading valuation experts, known to millions through TV’s Flog It. We’re sure people will be queuing up to get some time to have their valuables looked at, therefore, it’s important that people register for an appointment. Many people think of Cash Converters as one of the country’s leading second-hand market places, and we are, however we’re also becoming more and more well-known for our pawnbroking and valuation services, which are growing fast.”

David, who spoke before the event, said:

“I’m excited to be able to have the opportunity to sit down with Cash Converters customers and value their items and antiques. I always look forward to seeing what comes through the door, and I’m hoping to discover some real hidden gems among the Lancashire community.”

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