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Kalamazoo, MI Cash Advance

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Customer Testimonials in Kalamazoo, MI

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5582 Gull Rd, Kalamazoo, MI 49048

Phone: (269) 342-8372

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat

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1.5 miles northeast of nazareth College. Quarter of a mile southwest of the Walmart Supercenter along Gull Road/M-43.

Public Transit:

2 bus stops on Gull Road are within walking distance of the Cash Store. One bus stop is located to the north by Meijer and another one south of the Cash Store by Nazareth Center.

Driving Directions:

From IH-94 exit Sprinkle Road (exit #80). Head north on Sprinkle Road for 5 miles until you see Gull Road (M-43). Make a right onto Gull Road and the Cash Store will be on your right between McDonald's and KFC.

Some facts about Kalamazoo, Michigan

The city of Kalamazoo, Michigan began as a small trading post for fur traders in the early nineteenth century. A man by the name of Titus Bronson was the first permanent white settler in the area and he is credited with establishing the town that would one day become Kalamazoo. Mr. Bronson originally named the town the village of Bronson. But when he was asked to leave the village by the towns’ people for stealing, the town was renamed to Kalamazoo. The city now has a population just over 74,000 and is the county seat of Kalamazoo County, Michigan. It is also a thriving college town and home to Western Michigan University and Kalamazoo College with a combined student population of over 26,000.

Kalamazoo is known for its arts scene. All Ears Theatre offers 12 free performances such as comedies and dramas each season. The biennial Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival is internationally recognized as the most prestigious piano music festival in the United States. The festival features 100 events that highlights accomplished pianists and keyboard musicians from around the world. The Kalamazoo Institute for Arts has collections that highlight such things as American paintings, European and American prints, photographs, and even pre-Columbian gold.

Kalamazoo also has a variety of attractions and events that are budget-friendly or free. Art Hop is a free event where local art galleries and businesses in Kalamazoo all open their doors at the same time on the first Friday of each month. Sunday Concerts in the Park features local musical groups that perform free concerts on Sunday afternoons in Bronson Park. The Kalamazoo Valley Museum has interactive history, science and technology exhibits. The museum also displays a 2,300 year-old mummy and has a planetarium. General admission to the museum is free.
Kalamazoo, MI Living Costs
Median Home Cost $99,000.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom $694.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms $874.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner $35.00
Average Basic Utilities (Electricity, Heating, Water, Garbage) $138.14
Average High Speed Internet Bill $47.50
Average Cable Bill $48.23
Kalamazoo, MI Public Transportation Costs
Kalamazoo Metro Transit - Adult $1.50
Kalamazoo Metro Transit - Seniors, Disabled, Medicare Recipients $.75
Kalamazoo Metro Transit - Low income fare with Bridge Card $1.25
Kalamazoo Metro Transit - Children under 4 ft tall $.75
Kalamazoo Metro Transit - Unlimited monthly pass $60.00
Kalamazoo Metro Transit - 9 day pass $20.00
Bronco Transit Bus Service Free with valid student ID
Kalamazoo, MI Activities Costs
Binder Park Zoo - Adults $12.95
Binder Park Zoo - Seniors $11.95
Binder Park Zoo - 2 to 10 yrs $10.95
Binder Park Zoo - Under 2 yrs FREE
Binder Park Zoo - Zoo Members FREE
Gilmore Car Museum - Adults $12.00
Gilmore Car Museum - Seniors $11.00
Gilmore Car Museum - 7 to 15 yrs $9.00
Gilmore Car Museum - 6 yrs and under FREE
All Ears Theatre (12 performances each season) FREE
All Ears Theatre (12 performances each season) $5.00
Kalamazoo Institute For Arts - Students with valid ID $2.00
Kalamazoo Institute For Arts - Youth 12 and under, school groups (K-12), and active military personnel FREE
Kalamazoo Valley Museum FREE
Kalamazoo Blues Festival $5.00 - $20.00
Sunday Concerts in the Park FREE
Taste and Brew of Kalamazoo - General Admission $3.00 - $8.00 depending on time of day
Kalamazoo Art Hop FREE
Kalamazoo, MI Sporting Event Costs
Western Michigan University Football $12.00 - $58.00
Western Michigan University Hockey - Chairback and Bench Seating $18.00
Western Michigan University Women’s Basketball - General Admission $5.00
Western Michigan University Women’s Basketball - Youth (8th grade and below) $3.00
Kalamazoo Wings (United Hockey League) - Advance ticket prices for adults $13.00 - $17.50
Kalamazoo Wings (United Hockey League) - Advance ticket prices for seniors (ages 62 and up) $12.00
Kalamazoo Wings (United Hockey League) - Advance ticket prices for 2 to 14 yrs $7.00


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