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Liberty Pawn & Gold
Software | Mobile | eCommerce
Liberty Pawn & Gold is owned and operated by Dave and Tammy Munsee. The Munsees are Virginia born and raised and are a vital part of their community. Liberty Pawn & Gold was started in 2008 and has expanded to 3 locations proudly serving the Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Culpeper, King George Counties, and surrounding areas. Their goal is to exceed all of your expectations of the traditional Pawn Shop, and they are committed to the highest level of customer service to all of their clients and customers.
Meet Dave Munsee
Number of stores: 3
When people see you using Bravo software, they can see how sophisticated it is. That puts their mind at rest.
Hear it straight from the Munsees: “Liberty Pawn & Gold has been doing business with Bravo Systems for quite a few years. The business relationship we have with this company is amazing. Steve and Tally Mack, along with their team, work tirelessly to provide the best software available on the market today. They go above and beyond the call of duty to always be on the front edge of technology. The best part is they respond to their clients’ suggestions in a timely manner. The service they provide day in and day out is great. Very seldom do we have an issue with system performance.”
Favorite Bravo Features
Happy and engaged employees are more productive and more likely to stay loyal to your pawnshop for longer, so we make sure your team has the tools they need to be self-sufficient. “The Bravo dashboard shows things that need to be done throughout the day. I don’t have employees that are sitting around. I don’t have to constantly manage them. The software allows them to manage themselves.” What else is great about Bravo? “The Estimator is a terrific feature.
A Good Investment
There’s nothing better than turning your brick-and-mortar shop into a profitable online business, and you can do that with Bravo’s eCommerce integrations. Liberty Pawn & Gold says, “Selling on Buya.com pays for my software.”