FAQ?

What is a company challenge coin?

A challenge coin is usually a metal coin or medallion, bearing an organization's insignia, emblem or logo and carried by the organization's members. Traditionally, challenge coins were used by the military and displayed by service men and women to prove exclusive membership when challenged, and to enhance the military units' morale.

Can challenge coins help you raise money?

In many events and fundraising, a presidential challenge coin is possible to earn. This is true especially for government charities to raise extra funds. In civilian events, this is possible as well. In the White House Gift Shop, it’s possible to buy a presidential challenge coin.

What are challenge coins and their importance?

challenge coins, or commander's coin. The coin represents affiliation, support or patronage to the organization minted on the coin. The challenge coin is a treasured and respected representation of the organization minted on the coin. Commanders use specially minted military coins to improve morale, foster unit esprit and honor service members for their hard work. Challenge coin rules only apply to other individuals who also have a challenge coin. A holder of

What are challenge coins made of?

Soft enamel is the most common type of custom challenge coin, so we’ll walk you through that process first. Freshly deburred coins are collected and hung from copper wire. This plays a big part in the metal plating, or electroplating, process. Electroplating is mostly a chemical process.