U.S. Money Reserve
On Sunday, January 21st, the U.S. Money Reserve was proud to be the sponsor for the 47th annual Barret-Jackson Scottsdale Auction. This particular event, located in Arizona, has the prestige of being considered the Barrett-Jackson’s premier car enthusiast auction, especially in the collector community as it is a genuine celebration of the craft of automobile engineering.
In contribution to the incredible offerings of the week-long event itself and beautifully executed activities for guests of all ages, shapes, and sizes, the U.S. Money Reserve was proud to add to the festivities.
McLaren P1 GTR, in mint condition, on top of having a booth for queries about investments with precious metals. The U.S. Money Reserve is also proud to be the sponsor of several other auctions the Barret-Jackson company organizes with locations in Palm Beach, Florida, Mohegan Sun, Connecticut, and Las Vegas, Nevada
It is a proud moment indeed in the history of the U.S. Reserve. Founded in 2001 the company has quickly proved itself in the marketplace as being robust and competent within the realm of precious metals and precious metal investments.
Today the company has seen much prestige and recognition for its excellent services. It now is considered the world’s premier precious metals equity company and has aided 400,000 customers to solidify their assets and diversify their portfolios.
They have also shown initiative in moving into the future with the technology age that the 2010s have ushered in, with a recent complete renewal of their online site. The reworked version of the website aims to improve buyer experience in a few specific ways. Read more: US Money Reserve | Twitter and US Money Reserve | Facebook
The website is designed to help educate the buyer on their purchases and to simplify and streamline the customer experience. As a result, those interested are not only able to make informed decisions, the ease of transaction is facilitated for those who do choose to purchase.
However, even though the company is in the here and now, they remain in touch with their roots in the historical role precious metals have had to play in the course of U.S. financial history. 35th president of the U.S. Mint and the current president of the U.S. Money Reserve, Philip N. Diehl, has certainly not forgotten the gravity of the historical importance of precious metals within American history.
A former chief of staff for the U.S. Mint, he has seen their relevance up close and is committed to ensuring the highest levels of service in his role as president of the U.S. Money Reserve today.
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