Max Pawn Hosts Pop-up Vaccine Clinic Giving Away $100 Gift Cards

The first 50 participants are eligible to win a gift card

By OTS Staff

In efforts to increase the percentage of fully-vaccinated individuals, Max Pawn, a luxury and consignment shop, is hosting a pop-up vaccine clinic on August 7 from noon until 4 p.m. The first 50 participants that get vaccinated will receive $100 Max Pawn gift cards. Plus, vaccinatees also have a chance to be entered into Vax Nevada Days, a public health initiative offering $5 million in cash and prizes from the state of Nevada running from July 8 through August 26. Every Nevadan that is 12 years and older that has had at least their first COVID-19 is automatically entered in the Vax Nevada Days giveaway. This doubles the chances of anyone getting their vaccination to win big while also helping reduce the spread of COVID-19.

As the CDC navigates the health industry through the newly discovered Delta Strain, it is likely that more vaccine clinics will pop-up to encourage more unvaccinated individuals to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, only 51.8% of Nevadans ages 18 to 64 are fully vaccinated, according to Mayo Clinic.

The Deets

What: A vaccination pop-up clinic offering $100 Max Pawn gift cards for the first 50 participants.

When: Saturday, August 7, 2021 from noon to 4 p.m.

Where: Max Pawn, 6040 West Sahara Avenue

Visit Max Pawn’s website for more information. 


About Max Pawn: Founded on the principles of honesty, good value and great customer service, Las Vegas’ Max Pawn is the city’s go-to consignment and reseller. Specializing in luxury goods, this modern store sells, loans, trades and consigns fine jewelry, fine Swiss watches, designer handbags and other high-end valuables. Led by fourth-generation pawn broker Michael Mack, Max Pawn offers an award-winning experience to every customer. Follow Max Pawn on Facebook and Instagram for merchandise and event updates. Visit Max Pawn at 6040 W. Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, Nevada. 


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