Barrett Jackson, the famous auctioneer of precious car collectibles and extremely rare items, has recently held a very special event in which a very rare McLaren car was auctioned. The U.S. Money Reserve was the official sponsor of the event which made it even more special. Read more: US Money Reserve – Blog and US Money Reserve | Facebook
With these two forces combining their organizational efforts and resources, the special event was a resounding success. There were an estimated 200,000 people who graced the event and who were thrilled by the items presented in the auction.
Barrett-Jackson was founded in 1971 and has its headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is the leader in automotive lifestyle and collector car events and famously known as the World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions. The very rare McClaren car fits this company’s reputation of auctioning off authentic automobilia. BJ undertakes rare car auctions in places like Las Vegas, Nevada, Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, Palm Beach, Florida and in Scottsdale, Arizona. Read more:
The U.S. Money Reserve on the other hand, was established in 2001 and it has now developed into the biggest auctioneer of U.S. government-issued platinum, gold and silver legal tender products. It also offers the same with foreign-issued legal tenders.
It is the company that thousands of customers all over the United States are depending on in their efforts of diversifying their assets with precious metals, basically in U.S. gold and silver coins.
The two companies combined their efforts to present the 47th Annual Barrett Jackson Scottsdale Auction, a week-long event wherein car enthusiasts were able to see and assess valuable collectibles, most specially the very rare McLaren P1 GTR car.
Apparently, this car is only one of 45 that were built by its manufacturer. The car’s serial number is VIN#0001 and its odometer reading is only 605 miles. The staff at the event explained that it can reach from zero to 60 miles per hour in just 2.4 seconds. Its top speed is 225 miles per hour.
The event was held in Arizona, at Westworld of Scottsdale. The U.S. Money Reserve occupied a booth at the main saloon of the Westworld where its staff fielded and answered questions from visitors about purchasing gold and the benefits of ownership.
The Chief Numismatist of U.S. Money Reserve, John Rothans, admitted that they were excited to be the official sponsor of the event this year. He said that Barrett Jackson is known for organizing this kind of event and that it is a leader in auctioning rare cars. Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-money-reserve-wins-four-awards-at-20th-annual-videographer-awards-for-creative-work-300317828.html and http://epodcastnetwork.com/u-s-money-reserve-ceo-angela-koch-discusses-leadership-culture-and-kpis/
Rothans also stated that his company is also known to attract an audience looking for expensive and rare items, their company being the major distributor of U.S. government-issued precious elements.
The U.S. Reserve is also an exclusive dealer of rare coins made in Australia such as the coins depicting the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor.