On September 25th, 2018, members of the U.S. Reserve attended the US Navy Memorial Foundation’s Lone Sailor Awards Dinner in Washington, DC.
The U.S. Money Reserve’s partnership with the U.S. Navy Memorial was created after a portion of the proceeds from the 75th Anniversary Pearl Harbor coin series were donated to help fund the “Lone Soldier” statue. Read more: U.S. Money Reserve Wins Two ‘Best of Category’ Awards at 2018 AdSphere™ Awards and US Money Reserve | Facebook
The Lone Soldier is the Navy’s iconic image of the military division. The statue was erected in Honolulu, Hawaii in 2016 and represents the honor and devotion the U.S Navy embodies through its service.
The U.S. Money Reserve distributes gold, silver, and platinum products. It is one of the nations largest private distributors, since its inception in 2001. The U.S. Money Reserve diversifies the assets of its clients, over 400,000, into the precious metals using the market knowledge of its qualified team of professionals.
Led by a former U.S. mint director, the company is the only precious metal reserve in the world who’s president has first-hand experience of precious metals. In addition, the U.S. Money Reserve has a AAA rating in consumer business alliance and a team of precious metal professionals examining all of the gold, silver, and platinum it reserves.
U.S. Reserve supports the services of the Navy and wishes to pay respect to those who serve, have served, and will serve in the future.
The awards dinner hosted by the U.S. Navy service is one of Washington’s highest esteemed events of the year. Attendees from various Navy sectors attend to honor and award recognizable men and women of the U.S. Navy.
The two entities share a lot of similarities within the values each models. Both expect quality service, trust, transparency, and protection of their products and employees. For this reason, it is no wonder why the U.S. Money Reserve donates so graciously to the U.S. Navy Memorial. In fact, it’s donations go further than just financial. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.bizjournals.com/austin/cotm/detail/545/US-Money-Reserve and http://spectrumlocalnews.com/tx/austin/news/2017/11/16/us-money-reserve-gives-to-harvey-relief.html
The U.S. Money Reserve not only donates to the U.S. Navy memorial, it also employs veterans. In attendance of the award ceremony was a retired Navy sergeant who’s honor was shared equally between his current employer, and his past.