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U.S. Money Reserve Honored for DRTV Infomercials

15 June 2018 No Comment

America’s Gold Authority has once again taken top honors in the AdSphere Awards. U.S. Money Reserve is one of America’s largest distributors of U.S. government-issued coins and precious metals. The company has produced well-received, highly successful, professional, and educational direct response television (DRTV) ads that customers enjoy. By providing viewers with a detailed understanding of precious metals, U.S. Money Reserve has proven to be the go-to source for precious metals education and purchases.

The AdSphere Awards recognize the top brands and cable television advertisers for DRTV. DRMetrix, the most prominent DRTV research company, presents the annual awards, which include 20 categories and 145 subcategories. U.S. Money Reserve earned the Best in Category awards for both the “short form products” and “infomercial” categories. Honored by the awards, U.S. Money Reserve CEO Angela Koch reflected that the company’s DRTV advertising efforts were focused on providing viewers with creative work that reflected America’s Gold Authority brand. She went on to say that earning the awards two years in a row was a great honor and credited U.S. Money Reserve’s marketing, media, and production teams.

Joseph Gray, the founder of the AdSphere awards and CEO of DRMetrix, noted that the AdSphere Awards recognize high levels of consumer popularity and excellence in creative and media execution. The awards are the largest in the DRTV category. AdSphere monitors over 120 networks and chooses winners from 7,700 brands. This year’s awards included honors for 70 brands.

The AdSphere Awards aren’t the only honors U.S. Money Reserve has recently enjoyed. The Perth Mint awarded the company exclusive U.S. distributorship of the 65th anniversary of the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 2018 Proof Coin Set. The U.S. Money Reserve also enjoys exclusive distributorship of the 75th Anniversary Pearl Harbor Coin, which The Perth Mint also produces.

U.S. Money Reserve has been one of America’s top gold distributors for over a decade. Since 2001, the company has served over 400,000 customers. The company distributes a wide variety of gold coins, as well as silver and platinum coins. Customers enjoy a full-service precious metal dealer experience. Customer relationship managers provide expert advice on gold, silver, and platinum acquisition.

By combining educational services and affordable precious metals options, U.S. Money Reserve has been able to cultivate a loyal customer base. Many people are interested in precious metal acquisition but may lack the experiential knowledge to make wise selections. U.S. Money Reserve provides them with the information and guidance they need to choose the best precious metals options.

Customers of U.S. Money Reserve are provided with a choice between many high-grade coin options. The company’s buying power allows it to obtain the highest quality gold, silver, and platinum coins at low costs and then pass those savings on to its customers. U.S. Money Reserve provides many coins produced by the U.S. Mint that are certified by the U.S. government for weight, content, and purity. The U.S. Congress has authorized coins obtained through U.S. Money Reserve as legal tender.

Gold coins have been used as a means of exchange for thousands of years. Their utility as currency stems from gold’s scarcity. Because mining gold has always been expensive, its supply remains constrained enough to maintain the metal’s value. Gold is also plentiful enough for the world’s need for the metal to be met.

Made of a metal that will never rust, gold coins are ideal collector’s items. Possession of the coins also provides a hedge against currency devaluation. When currency enters periods of inflation, gold can provide a good hedge against volatility.

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