Challenge coins have been a distinguished part of U.S. military history for almost 100 years, with every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces using them to indicate membership in specific branches, elite units or special squadrons. Civilian government agencies have adopted custom coins as well. If your agency needs custom coins, The-Coin-Factory.com is your Number One source!
Just like military units, government agencies and departments use custom challenge coins to boost morale and reward outstanding achievements. They’re also a great way to commemorate special projects and missions. Some agencies have found that challenge coins are an excellent alternative to more traditional custom lapel pins. Custom coins are an outstanding way to say thank you to employees for meeting goals or achieving specified years of service.
Agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, the General Services Administration and the Department of Agriculture expect top quality work. No matter what agency you work for, the extraordinarily talented graphic artists at The-Coin-Factory.com can create designs that your agency can be proud to display or distribute.
Our artists are the best in the business. No matter what kind of logo, seal or design you want to reproduce, we can do it. We’ve been creating custom coins for 15 years, and have earned our reputation for outstanding work. We’re not satisfied with your design until you are. That’s why we don’t charge for artwork or revisions. You can be sure your coins will look exactly the way you want.
The-Coin-Factory.com has been privileged to create challenge coins for every branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. We have a track record with many other government agencies at local, state and federal levels as well. We have earned a reputation for producing top-quality products in a timely fashion. We will not be undersold on price, and we back every product we sell with our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. You can depend on The-Coin-Factory.com for top quality, the lowest prices and legendary customer service.