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Robert Lambert

Lobbyist

The Ohio Pawnbrokers Association

HQ Phone:  (937) 323-5626

Direct Phone: (614) ***-****direct phone

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The Ohio Pawnbrokers Association

26 N Fountain Ave

Springfield, Ohio,45502

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Dorsey Schools


Position, Commercial Real Estate Department

Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP


Affiliations

Lambert & Lambert PLC

Founder


Education

Bachelor of Business Administration

Saginaw Valley State University


Juris Doctorate

Wayne State University Law School


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Officers and Board Members

www.ohiopawnbrokers.org [cached]

Robert Lambert
85 E. Gay St. Suite 11C Columbus, OH 43215 614-469-0677


bkbpublications.com

"In this day and age, it's essential to be politically involved," says Robert Lambert, lobbyist for the Ohio Pawnbrokers Association.
"It's just as essential as having money on the street." The greatest need is to educate regulators, elected officials and other decision-makers, Lambert says. But Lambert says the best way to reach and educate decision-makers is. "Invite them to your store," he says. "Let them see your operation. The perception is that pawn operations are dingy and grungy. "That's not the case. Show that that it's just another industry," Lambert says. It also allows your guest to get to know you, meet your customers, and be educated about how your operation works - and how regulated you are. If you can't get a public official to your store, you can make an appointment at local offices. That's not ideal, says Lambert, because time is usually limited when the lawmaker or staffer has a series of meeting scheduled, but it's better than nothing.


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Robert Lambert, a lobbyist for the Ohio Pawnbrokers Association, said Cash America gave a copy of the draft legislation to the association hoping to get its blessing, but that the company warned it was considering pushing the change in the law through the legislature as an amendment to the state's budget bill.
Lambert, the lobbyist for the pawnbrokers, said the proposal is dramatic enough that it deserves a public hearing. "It should be vetted as full bill because there are substantial changes being proposed," he said.


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