The U.S. Money Reserve has become the largest distributor of precious metal in the private industry. This company started out in 2001 and has since grown its capacity to cover platinum, gold and silver products. As such, individuals looking to diversify or change their assets to precious metals now prefer work with the U.S. Money Reserve for best results.
This is because the organization has well-trained personnel highly experienced in coin research as well as market knowledge. The two primary factors play a major role in determining and finding buyers or products for their clients in the U.S.
The U.S. Reserve sponsored a collectible car auction in Scottsdale. This event was organized by Barrett-Jackson, the world’s most renowned organizer on collectible cars. The event saw at least 200,000 spectators visiting the location. Barrett-Jackson is considered to set the standards for car event organizers in the industry.
This company offered the best, world-class automotive industry experience in the world. As such, Barrett-Jackson has been able to build on its target audience to ensure its events are highly televised both locally and internationally. Other similar auctions that the U.S. Money Reserve is set to sponsor include those happening in Nevada, Florida and Connecticut.
The U.S. Reserve also brought to the event a surprise. It featured one of the 45 McLaren P1 GTRs, an extremely rare car in the market.
The attendees had a chance to ask questions regarding the car and its in-built capacities, such as top speed, acceleration levels as well as the functionality. To make this even easier, the U.S. Money had a booth set up just to answer questions regarding the car as well as display its official services. As such, the attendees got to learn the gist of the precious metals industry as well.
This event was the 47th annual edition for Scottsdale and got good reception and attendance by collectible cars enthusiasts. It was run for eight days and ended on Sunday, Jan. 21st.
PR Newswire believes that the U.S. Money Reserve, through its chief numismatist, said that its intentions regarding sponsoring the event were highly focused on targeting clients that were into collectible cars for potential business and brand awareness.
The Barrett-Jackson Auction Company has its headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona.
It was founded in 1971 and has since grown its auction locations from Scottsdale to Palm Beach in Florida, Las Vegas in Nevada and Mohegan Sun in Connecticut.