Graduation medals and alumni medals play a more important role today than ever as colleges and universities look to maintain connections with former students.
Midland States Bank in Effingham, Illinois, has experienced rapid growth over the past decade by expanding its employee base of knowledgeable people who truly care about the success of their clients.
The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, understood these challenges while we worked with them to produce two challenge coins of approximately 1,000 combined units.
University medallions from Medalcraft Mint provide a tangible reminder of that connection for your valued alumni members long after they cross the commencement stage.
When the United States High Power Shooting Association decided to part ways with the National Rifle Association and hold its own competitions, one of the first details to attend to was securing award medallions for its matches.
Challenge coins are popular as commemoratives for servicemen and women in every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. Units around the world count on Medalcraft Mint for their military coins, in part because of our ability to produce superior-quality products right here in the USA.
While the law enforcement and emergency response communities have always appreciated first responder coins, the pressure these dedicated professionals are under during this era of civil unrest and global pandemic makes high-quality commemoratives from Medalcraft Mint more valuable than ever.
The donor found Medalcraft Mint through an online search for American-based challenge coin producers, and contacted us to see if we could produce 350 custom challenge coins in a relatively short turnaround window in time for the school’s May 21 graduation date.
Medalcraft Mint Inc. has updated its website to provide easier navigation and enhanced information pertaining to its custom-designed awards, commemoratives, and ceremonial assets. The Green Bay, Wisconsin-based manufacturer specializes in die-struck medals and other high-quality gifts for the corporate, educational, non-profit, government, and military sectors.
Jurek Jakowicz reserves a special place in his heart for the families of American service members. As a native of Poland, the Sioux Falls (South Dakota) artist is well-acquainted with the pain of war and the toll it can take on those left behind.