Rob Anderson Receives the National Pawnbrokers Association’s 2018 Pawnbroker of the Year Award

Rob Anderson of R & R Pawn honored at
Annual Awards Ceremony at Pawn Expo 2018 in Las Vegas

The National Pawnbrokers Association (NPA), the only national trade association representing independent pawnbrokers, named Rob Anderson of R & R Pawn in Indianapolis, IN as the recipient of the NPA 2018 Pawnbroker of the Year Award.

Rob Anderson is the CFO at R & R Pawn in Indianapolis, IN and holds professional accounting certifications in both the U.S. and Canada. He is a CPA Society award winner for Leadership in Technology. As Treasurer for the National Pawnbrokers Association, Mr. Anderson fills one of the most pivotal and time intensive, yet often most overlooked, Board of Director positions in the association. Mr. Anderson is the most actively involved pawnbroker and executive officer in the NPA’s day-to-day processes and objectives, and the decisions he makes on a daily basis have a lasting impact on the financial health of the association.

Mr. Anderson’s tireless contributions as NPA Treasurer have been extremely beneficial during the recent turbulent economic environment and changes within the industry. He is continually searching to find the best way to guarantee the stability of the NPA’s financial position. He also serves on the Indiana Pawnbroker Association’s Board of Directors and is a contributing author to several NPA publications. Additionally, Mr. Anderson has committed time and resources to assist NPA members who have questions regarding financial structure, accounting, and financial processes.

The Pawnbrokers of the Year Award was presented to Mr. Anderson during the NPA Annual Awards Ceremony on July 10, 2018, at Pawn Expo 2018, the only national convention and trade show for the pawn industry, hosted at The Mirage Las Vegas.

The NPA Pawnbroker of the Year Award is presented annually to an NPA member who, through his or her performance, has demonstrated exceptional success in their business and local community and has made a significant contribution to the pawn industry during the previous year.

 

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