Custom Army Challenge Coins To Celebrate Achievements Design Service Launched

A new army challenge coin design service has been launched by Coins For Anything. They can demonstrate pride, time served, history, past missions and more.

Spotsylvania Courthouse, United States - February 13, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A new range of army challenge coins has been launched by Coins For Anything. Custom army challenge coins demonstrate pride and uncommon fight for American rights and freedom. They can have a huge impact on US Army soldiers who receive them, whether they are active or retired.

More information can be found at: https://coinsforanything.com/military-challenge-coins/army

Customers can now order custom army challenge coins from the Coins For Anything online store. The impact these coins have can be poignant and powerful, boosting morale, recognizing past missions, denoting membership, or serving as a personal memento.

In the armed forces, there is a strong history and tradition of trading and collecting challenge coins. Coins For Anything takes pride in creating the best coins on the market.

Coins For Anything has produced custom coins for US Army units, bases, ranks, equipment aircraft, awards and badges, families, fallen soldiers, operations and more.

Each specially designed coin recognizes the honor of serving in the US Army. It is a way of paying respect to soldiers of the past and present, who work hard to make freedom possible.

Coins For Anything have built a reputation as a leader in the field for challenge coin design. They have worked with over 20,000 companies, units and organizations, with an output of over 15 million custom coins.

One of their distinguishing features is that they are thicker than most other coins. This comes at no extra cost, and allows for better designs with more detail.

Any shape, size, design or color is possible with the team’s custom design service. Custom challenge coins don’t have to be limited to circles, and the specialist team excels at odd shaped coins and cut outs.

They state: “We know there are many challenge coins out there and we strive to give our clients the opportunity to create a truly custom coin that stands out from the rest. We can do this by allowing almost any shape or size.”

Full details of the new army coin service can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Morin
Email: Send Email
Organization: COINS FOR ANYTHING
Address: 10430 Courthouse Rd, Spotsylvania Courthouse, VA 22553, United States
Website: https://CoinsForAnything.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88946583

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