Augusta, GA, December 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Often military appreciation comes from time to time throughout the year. Those that support in the efforts of homecomings, deployment readiness, or maintaining the force go through extreme lengths to make sure the men and women of the Armed Forces get the job done no matter the challenge. While applauding those efforts we often lose sight of what those organizations do on the backend of their efforts to achieve the goals they have set out to accomplish. There is little doubt that sending flyers, posting on websites, shopping, making phone calls and organizing support takes a village. Sometimes even those organizations need support to make the world go round.
U.S. Challenge Coins has offered something unique in their niche coming into the holiday season. They have offered a free order of coins to the most voted organization that the people choose. Often it has been seen as business as usual to make coins and get them shipped but for the first time they are giving away their goods in support of those that support the military community while so many are serving around the globe. To do this they have setup a Facebook page and opened the channels for anyone to place their support for their organization. Even easier is to place your vote by visiting their page and writing who they believe is a deserving organization.
By the end of January 2010 the coins will be minted and ready to go to start the new year. The winning organization can use their new coin to reward or champion new members in a whole new way. Many groups lack the ability of adding such a tool because of funding or know how and this event has erased such a barrier. If you have been yearning to support your favorite organization then this is for you and your voice can make a substantial difference in 2010 for their efforts.
A challenge coin has been used by the military units for decades to reward, recognize, and as a remembrance of the units existence. This small but powerful symbol has gravitated through the civilian side for the last 10 years and now is seen as one of the best ways of making a mark for your efforts in organizations, companies, or clubs. It's is a metal coin usually made from brass with an emblem or wording that stands for the group is was made for. A challenge coin should never be underestimated in the purposes it is made for.
Come see the popularity these precious military coins have come to be known for and get behind U.S. Challenge Coins in their push to serve a greater purpose than just business as usual.