U.S. Money Reserve Attends to Lone Star Award Dinner

The U.S. Money Reserve, also known as America’s Gold Authority, is the largest distributor of U.S. government-issued coins and precious metals. They were established during the turn of the century and are based in Austin, Texas. They are known for their high quality gold coins from both national and international governments. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/cotm/detail/545/US_Money_Reserve and https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/cotm/detail/545/US-Money-Reserve

They believe in first establishing a rapport with their clients before making the sales deals. Their client base is in the hundreds of thousands. Their clients also trust them to help them diversify their assets. Their specialized team is trained in coin research and data of coins at all levels of value.

They attended the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation’s Lone Star Awards dinner in Washington D.C. on September 25, 2018.

The U.S. Reserve is recognized as a loyal partner to the U.S. Navy Memorial. They share the belief in the Memorial’s mission to honor those who are, have, and will be serving in the Navy.

Some of U.S. Reserve’s partners who attended the dinner included vice president of media Christol Farris, director of operations Jennifer Olivier, vice president of media and communication Jim Warren, and senior director of sales Hosea Perkins.

The partnership was established in 2016 when the U.S. Navy Memorial launched their 75th anniversary Pearl Harbor coin. When those are purchased, a portion of that money goes directly to the U.S. Navy Memorial, who also funded the Lone Sailor statue at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center in Honolulu, HI. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve Wins Two ‘Best of Category’ Awards at 2018 AdSphere™ Awards and US Money Reserve | LinkedIn

Olivier stated that the U.S. Money Reserve is honored to help maintain those reminders in memory of those whose lives were lost during the infamous bombing of Pearl Harbor.

The Lone Star Awards dinner is an annual event and considered to be one of the most distinguished ones within the D.C. area. Like its name suggests, the main point of the even is to recognize and officially award Naval recipients for their outstanding service.

U.S. Reserve’s Hosea Perkins is an Army and desert storm veteran himself. He stated that he is very proud and honored to be working for a company that honors veterans like himself.