Organizations Value the Quality of Medalcraft’s American-Made Products
GREEN BAY, Wisconsin – Challenge coins are becoming an increasingly popular tool in organizational team building and recognition programs, and customers throughout the USA are gravitating toward Medalcraft Mint’s American-made products for their vendor of choice.
“Our complete in-house design and manufacturing capabilities enable customers to have confidence in the ‘Made in the USA’ notation,” said Jerry Moran, chief executive officer of Medalcraft Mint. “It is one of the reasons we were chosen to mint the official inaugural medals for Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.”
Medalcraft Mint uses only solid materials selected for their purity and metallic composition in the minting process. The company’s craftsmen die-strike challenge coins from brass, nickel-silver, bronze, copper and other precious metals.
Die-striking is a process in which the image is struck from dies rather than cast from molds. Die-striking presses the material into the die cavity, creating an exact impression of the image from the hand-cut die.
“We use this process because it allows us to use better materials, have better consistency, crisper images, and an overall better product,” Moran said. “Our customers appreciate the enhanced quality of our challenge medals and their recipients respond favorably, which generates a positive return on investment.”
A History of Excellence in the Award and Challenge Coin Industry
Medalcraft Mint has been a Wisconsin-based company since its founding in 1948. The company produces a wide selection of challenge coins, badges, award recognitions and other commemoratives in its 32,000-square-foot facility in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Medalcraft Mint has won more awards for superior metal striking over the past three decades than any company in the industry.
For more information about Medalcraft Mint’s products or to request a quote, please go to https://medalcraft.com/ or call 800-558-6348.