Business executives typically do not spend all of their time thinking about marketing, promotions, operations, and profits. Granted, they must focus on these things if they want their enterprises to remain solvent. Many businesses, however, embrace the concept of corporate social responsibility these days. Sometimes, a business can engage in a commercial enterprise that also serves a good cause.
U.S. Money Reserve recently teamed up with the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation to honor veterans of World War I. The two entities promoted a special presentation and coin ceremony to highlight the great sacrifices of those veterans. U.S. Money Reserve is also set to debut a new line of coins at the event.
The Korean War is sometimes called the “forgotten war” because it occurred between World War II and the Vietnam War. The Great War, however, also tends to be overlooked, despite its historical significance. It was the first war that took place across the world and dragged scores of nations and alliances into a global conflict. Millions upon millions of people lost their lives, and the repercussions hung on the world’s consciousness for decades. After 100 years, memories about the war have faded. With the arrival of the new gold and silver Great War coin set, U.S. Money Reserve turns its attention to the conflict. Hopefully, the release of the coin set will draw some attention back to the events that took place in the 1910s.
U.S. Money Reserve is the perfect entity to produce the coins. Based in Austin, Texas, the company is one of the top distributors of precious metal coins in the world. Gold, silver, and platinum coins are a part of its significant inventory of coins. Every coin released by the company bears uniquely crafted artistic designs. Aficionados are drawn to the coins because of their brilliance. The Great War line continues the company’s standards of excellence.
The Naval Aviation Museum Foundation plans to put together an expanded exhibit featuring many displays praising the work of the U.S. Armed Forces during the war. Special attention goes to the performance of U.S. naval aviation forces. World War I is known for its aerial conflicts. The exhibition will take place in 2021 at the National Naval Aviation Museum. One reason the exhibit will take more than a year to debut is its interactive nature.
In 2019, U.S. Money Reserve draws attention to the future exhibit by making a presentation to the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation. The exhibition, of course, reveals the five coins that make up the “Great War Series.” Fittingly, the presentation takes place on Veterans Day, which is November 11. Veterans Day celebrates the achievements of all veterans past and present. Initially, Veterans Day was known as Armistice Day. President Woodrow Wilson and Congress established Armistice Day to honor the veterans of World War I. Over time, the name changed to Veterans Day to honor all veterans.
The initial unveiling of the coin series will not be the only thing that U.S. Money Reserve and the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation plan on doing together. In 2020, the two entities intend to work on a series of events. Likely, some of the events will help build anticipation for the Great War exhibit debuting in 2021.