Learning the Ropes in the Precious Metal Industry through Events Sponsored by the U.S. Money Reserve

The U.S. Money Reserve serves as the largest distributor to platinum, silver and gold products for the U.S. government. The organization was founded in 2001 and has since served hundreds of thousands nationally. The U.S. Money Reserve has also trained its personnel on market knowledge and coin research to build capacity on finding products for their buyers.

The U.S. Money Reserve offers one of the best customer services because it works towards having long-term relationships with its customers. The U.S. Money Reserve was also the exclusive dealer for the Australia’s Perth Mint known as Pearl Harbor, during their 75th anniversary.

On Jan. 17th, it was reported that the U.S. Reserve would be the official sponsors for the 47th annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction. Seeing that this event captures a global audience and with keen interest to collectible car enthusiasts, the U.S. Money Reserve also set up a booth to ensure any attendees with questions regarding the precious metal industry were answered. In addition, the U.S. Money Reserve also featured in the collectibles section with one of the 45 ever-manufactured McLaren P1 CTRs.


The CEO and chairperson of Barrett-Jackson, Craig Jackson, pointed out that his company was not only building a collectible car event in the region but also wanted to play a role in how people celebrated their automotive lifestyle. Read more: US Money Reserve | Twitter and US Money Reserve | LinkedIn

As a result, he noted that with the automotive industry almost hitting a century, the Scottsdale event was offering nothing short of the most sought-after and rarest vehicles today. Over the years, Barrett-Jackson has become an exceptional company as a result of organizing weeklong events and ensuring each event includes different activities to fit different age groups. Read more: US Money Reserve | LinkedIn and US Money Reserve | Twitter

The Scottsdale auction event drew more than 200,000 spectators for the eight days it was running. As is common practice, the event was also highly televised by both national and international television. Barrett-Jackson has grown its target audience to capture the attention of car enthusiasts all over the world.

The McLaren P1 GTR is one of a kind. It is classified as VIN #0001 and features an odometer reading 605 miles only. The car’s top speed is 225 mph and get from 0 to 60 in just over 2 seconds.

John Rothans, the current chief numismatist at U.S. Money Reserve, highlighted that his company highly considered sponsoring this event due to the trend set by Barrett-Jackson to organize the best collectible car auctions worldwide.

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