The graduation medallion has become an increasingly popular commemorative among schools across the United States as institutional leaders and commencement ceremony organizers seek to boost their events to the next level.
This was the case in the summer of 2019 when a Chinese producer left the Howard University School of Business in Washington, D.C., in the lurch after failing to deliver an order of custom brass challenge coins in time for an event.
Few groups are more connected by a shared experience than veterans, which is why veteran challenge coins are among the most popular tokens these men and women collect.
The last thing you want when it comes to ordering custom memorial coins is a sense of déjà vu.
Such was the case with the University of Leadership and Ministry, which contacted Medalcraft Mint just two weeks before its graduation ceremony in desperate need of a ceremonial mace and graduation medals.
Although Medalcraft Mint Inc. has its own highly accomplished design team, occasionally we are tasked with performing only the custom medal striking for a particular project.
Custom logo belt buckles are not typically the first item that comes to mind when considering a commemorative gift.
Medalcraft Mint answered the prayers of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn with its ability to create custom religious medallions from an image of a ceiling mural in a cathedral.
The custom badges honor officers Michael Michalski and Charles Irvine Jr., who died in separate incidents during the summer of 2018.
Custom brass coins such as those made by Wisconsin-based Medalcraft Mint are becoming increasingly popular choices as organizations, schools and military units search for tangible ways to boost team pride.