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Cash America International, Inc. (CSH)

4/3/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Daugherty founded Cash America International, Inc. and has served as Chairman since its inception in January 1983. He was also Chief Executive Officer from its inception until his retirement in February 2000.

The Board of Directors of the Company adopted an officer stock loan program in 1994, modified the program in 1996 and in 2001, and discontinued the program in 2002 with no further principal advances to be made. The purpose of the program was (i) to facilitate and encourage the ownership of Company common stock by its officers and (ii) to establish the terms for stock loan transactions with officers. Participants in the program could utilize loan proceeds to acquire and hold Company common stock by means of option exercises or otherwise. The stock held as a result of the loan is pledged to the Company to secure the obligation to repay the loan. At its July 24, 2002 meeting, the Board further modified the program as follows: the interest rate on all outstanding loans was set at a fixed rate of six percent (6%) per year; all outstanding loans were converted to a five-year maturity date with all principal and interest due at maturity; and all of the prior triggering events that could cause the loan to become a nonrecourse obligation to the borrower, except for a “change in control” of the Company, were eliminated. As of March 22, 2006, Messrs. Feehan and Bessant had stock loans outstanding under this program in the respective aggregate principal and accrued interest amounts of $506,116 and $444,166.

In November 2005, the Company acquired the assets of three pawnshops from Ace Pawn, Inc., a corporation controlled by the Company’s Chairman of the Board, Jack R. Daugherty, for a total purchase price of $3,060,000. Ace had acquired these assets from the Company in 1999 and had operated the pawnshops as a franchisee of the Company. The purchase price was determined by independent appraisal and was approved by the Company’s Board of Directors, with Mr. Daugherty abstaining.

3/29/2005 Proxy Information

The Board of Directors of the Company adopted an officer stock loan program in 1994, modified the program in 1996 and in 2001, and discontinued the program in 2002 with no further principal advances to be made. The purpose of the program was (i) to facilitate and encourage the ownership of Company common stock by the officers of the Company and (ii) to establish the terms for stock loan transactions with officers. Participants in the program could utilize loan proceeds to acquire and hold common stock of the Company by means of option exercises or otherwise. The stock held as a result of the loan is pledged to the Company to secure the obligation to repay the loan. At its July 24, 2002 meeting, the Board further modified the program as follows: the interest rate on all outstanding loans was set at a fixed rate of six percent (6%) per annum; all outstanding loans were converted to a five-year maturity date with all principal and interest due at maturity; and all of the prior triggering events that could cause the loan to become a nonrecourse obligation to the borrower, except for a “change in control” of the Company, were eliminated. As of February 28, 2005, Messrs. Feehan, Kauffman, and Bessant had stock loans outstanding under this program in the aggregate principal amounts of $1,674,379, $431,779, and $364,087, respectively. These were also the highest amounts by which Messrs. Feehan, Kauffman and Bessant were indebted under the program during 2004.

3/23/2004 Proxy Information

Clifton H. Morris served as Chief Financial Officer of Cash America International, Inc. from 1966 through 1971.

In December 1999, the Company sold the assets of three of its pawnshop units, along with certain real estate, to Ace Pawn, Inc. (“Ace”), a corporation controlled by the Company’s then Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Jack R. Daugherty. The Company financed Ace’s purchase of the assets, receiving promissory notes secured by a security interest in all of Ace’s assets. During 2003, the highest unpaid balance of principal and accrued interest on these notes was $2,609,142. Simultaneously with the purchase of the three pawnshops, Ace entered into standard form Franchise Agreements with the Company to operate the pawnshops as franchised “Cash America” units. Ace repaid the notes in full in January 2003 and continues to operate the pawnshops under the Franchise Agreements. In October 2003, the Company purchased one of the pawnshops from Ace for $2,461,000 cash. The purchase price was determined by independent appraisal and was approved by the Company’s Board of Directors.

The Board of Directors of the Company adopted an officer stock loan program in 1994, modified the program in 1996 and in 2001, and discontinued the program in 2002 with no further principal advances to be made. The purpose of the program was (i) to facilitate and encourage the ownership of Company common stock by the officers of the Company and (ii) to establish the terms for stock loan transactions with officers. Participants in the program could utilize loan proceeds to acquire and hold common stock of the Company by means of option exercises or otherwise. The stock held as a result of the loan is pledged to the Company to secure the obligation to repay the loan. At its July 24, 2002 meeting, the Board further modified the program as follows: the interest rate on all outstanding loans was set at a fixed rate of six percent (6%) per annum; all outstanding loans were converted to a five-year maturity date with all principal and interest due at maturity; and all of the prior triggering events that could cause the loan to become a nonrecourse obligation to the borrower, except for a “change in control” of the Company, were eliminated. As of February 29, 2004, Messrs. Feehan, Kauffman, and Bessant had stock loans outstanding under this program in the aggregate principal amounts of $1,674,379, $431,779, and $364,087, respectively. These were also the highest amounts by which Messrs. Kauffman and Bessant were indebted under the program during 2003. On September 25, 2003, Mr. Feehan made a payment of $1,000,000 on his stock loan. This reduced the outstanding balance of the loan from $2,674,379, which was the highest amount by which he was indebted during 2003, to $1,674,379.

3/28/2003 Proxy Information

In December 1999, the Company sold the assets of three of its pawnshop units, along with certain real estate, to Ace Pawn, Inc. ("Ace"), a corporation controlled by the Company's then Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Jack R. Daugherty. The sales price of $4,520,000 for these assets was determined by the independent appraisal of a nationally recognized consulting firm, which was engaged at the direction of the Executive Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors. The Company financed Ace's purchase of the assets, receiving promissory notes secured by a security interest in all of Ace's assets. During 2002, the highest unpaid balance of principal and accrued interest on these notes was $3,162,665. Simultaneously with the purchase of the three pawnshops, Ace entered into standard form Franchise Agreements with the Company to operate the pawnshops as franchised "Cash America" units. Ace repaid the notes in full in January 2003 and continues to operate the pawnshops under the Franchise Agreements.

The Board of Directors of the Company adopted an officer stock loan program in 1994, modified the program in 1996 and in 2001, and discontinued the program in 2002 with no further principal advances to be made. The purpose of the program was (i) to facilitate and encourage the ownership of Company common stock by the officers of the Company and (ii) to establish the terms for stock loan transactions with officers. Participants in the program could utilize loan proceeds to acquire and hold common stock of the Company by means of option exercises or otherwise. The stock held as a result of the loan is pledged to the Company to secure the obligation to repay the loan. At its July 24, 2002 meeting, the Board further modified the program as follows: the interest rate on all outstanding loans was set at a fixed rate of six percent (6%) per annum; all outstanding loans were converted to a five-year maturity date with all principal and interest due at maturity; and all of the prior triggering events that could cause the loan to become a nonrecourse obligation to the borrower, except for a "change in control" of the Company, were eliminated. As of February 28, 2003, Messrs. Feehan, Kauffman, and Bessant had stock loans outstanding under this program in the aggregate principal amounts of $2,674,379, $431,779, and $364,087, respectively. These were also the highest amounts by which these individuals were indebted under the program during 2002.