The U.S. Reserve was the exclusive dealer for Pearl Harbor when the latter was celebrating their 75th anniversary in Australia. The reserve is also the leading distributor for precious metals issued by the government and private businesses or individuals.
This company was founded in 2001 and has since realized its potential to trade with legal-tender products, such as private-owned silver and platinum as well as government-issued gold.
It is for these reasons that the company has become well recognized worldwide for its efforts in providing alternate investment opportunities, especially for individuals who seek to diversify their assets with precious metals.
The services offered by the U.S. Money Reserve also come with professional assistance from highly experienced teams. These teams are trained to equip clients with market trends and information.
As a result, the U.S. Money Reserve has not only established great customer relationships over the years but also perfected the art of offering excellent customer service. The U.S. Money Reserve is headquartered in Texas.
In January 2018, the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company started working with the U.S. Money Reserve. All the four events being organized by Barrett-Jackson this year are being sponsored by the reserve. Read more: US Money Reserve | Crunchbase and US Money Reserve Reports How to Protect Wealth From Increasing Global Risks in Exclusive eBook | PRNewswire
Barrett-Jackson is popular for its capacity and experience in organizing the world’s best collector car auctions. In addition, this auction company has also partnered with major broadcasting companies like Discovery Channel and Velocity, which help to ensure Barrett-Jackson’s events are aired live and in many countries.
This is why Barrett-Jackson attracts a worldwide audience composed of car enthusiasts. As of 2018, Barrett-Jackson is targeting to air live on more than 100 countries. With this strategy in mind, the U.S. Money Reserve is looking to tap into this audience and get clients that would fit in their line of business.
The U.S. Reserve had a booth during the first event at Scottsdale. This booth displayed the services offered by the reserve. It also served as a platform where attendees could ask pertinent questions regarding the precious metals industry and get answers there and then.
In addition, the team posted at the booth was well versed with the car that the reserve had featured in the event. There are only 45 McLaren P1 GTR today, and the U.S. Money Reserve featured one of them. This was a rare sight, and the attendees got to ask questions about this 225 mph car that gets to 60 miles in just over two seconds.