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My request for a design was done with a short interval time and with special markings on individual coins. All changes were handled well. One of the requests I had made was not exactly followed, however the end result actually turned out better than my original request. The coins were made and delivered very quickly and the company's responsiveness was excellent.

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Using CCC was incredibly easy. The site is simple to navigate and information can be found quickly. The coins I received are beautiful and very well done. The only "complaint" I have is that I was I knew how small certain text would truly appear. No fault of CCC, but an honest rating of my satisfaction.Overall they are [the coins] are great and I'm excited to start showing them off!

I prefer to buy American and did with this company. The process and follow up were both easy and professional. The coins arrived sooner than first promised, which was a nice surprise. The coins are better than expected, and well packaged for shipment. If I need more, I will order from them. Thank You!

Custom challenge team was exceptional throughout the entire ordering process. Was able to send the design team a very basic description and clipped together images of what I was looking for, and they nailed it, far better than I initially imagined. Went through one quick round of revisions to add a feature and the turnaround process took less than a day. Will absolutely be back.

Just received my challenge coins - ahead of schedule! This is the second challenge coin I have had Custom Challenge Coins make for me. The art team was excellent in helping design the coin. The process was fast and easy. Customer service was excellent. Coins turned our beautifully! Highly recommend!

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If you are looking for a custom challenge coin service that creates high quality coins in a short turnaround time, your search ends at Signature Coins. Here, you will get the widest range of challenge coins, challenge coin styles and custom coin designs.

The simple answer is: 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.Historically, challenge coins were awarded by military unit commanders in recognition of special achievement made by a member of the unit. They are also known to be exchanged and traded during recognition visits to different international organizations, bases and service tours. These coins have been heavily collected by active and retired service members and law enforcement personnel for years.Modern challenge coins are made in a variety of sizes and often include popular culture references such as superheroes as well as known characters in a parody. Many companies today are using them to build morale in teams, link people with similar interests and even to promote their brand. Challenge coin designs today are pushing the boundary of what a challenge coin could mean or be used for. One thing is for sure, personalized coins further strengthen the sense of bond within people that both give and receive them.Learn more about Challenge Coins Get Started todayAmazing details, intricate patterns, moving parts and other custom features can be added to any signature challenge coin design. Challenge coins are made out of an assortment of metals. Most are made of brass or zinc, but they can also incorporate precious metals such as 24-carat gold. What Do Challenge Coins Represent?Challenge coins represent camaraderie and achievement. Units, teams, organizations and businesses all have members that work hard to achieve milestones and goals together. They are often used to commemorate a major achievement, an anniversary or a special event. Company challenge coins create close and lasting bonds between people who give and receive them.

Businesses are starting to use challenge coins to award accomplishments in their various departments. Whether celebrating a sales goal, amazing customer service or marking a milestone for years of service, companies are finding ways to award challenge coins to their staff. Challenge coins are used to build morale in teams, link people with similar interests through promotional marketing and some are even using challenge coins like business cards to promote their business brand. Many veteran owned businesses are spreading the challenge coin tradition to their co-workers and employees by rewarding their achievements together.

Like the military, first responders use challenge coins to honor service. Law enforcement agencies and firefighters use challenge coins to honor special accomplishments in the line of duty. Government agencies and politicians are using challenge coins to recognize first responders in their communities. This creates a sense of honor and unity during a time of tragedy and loss.What is the Purpose of a Challenge Coin?The purpose of a challenge coin depends on why it was made in the first place. It can be used for membership, recognition, to create a bond between people in a group or to commemorate an anniversary or special event.MembershipIn the military, challenge coins are proof that you are a member of a unit or served on a specific tour of duty. They mean you are a member of an elite group of people. In early military history, they were used for security. A service member may have been required to show the coin to prove their loyalty. That may not be necessary today, but being a member of the team is still a strong military tradition.Awards and RecognitionChallenge coins are used to award team members who perform their duties extremely well. Giving a coin as a reward for excellent performance builds pride and morale. Receiving one is a great honor and team members work hard to get them.

Challenge coins are also a fantastic gift for clients, suppliers, and award ceremonies. Your business depends not only on the loyalty and team work of your employees, but on the trust of your clients and the efficiency of your suppliers. Let those organizations know how valued they are without a great financial cost to your business. Choose custom coins from the experts!

Military coins have a deep seeded significance in many military groups reaching back over half a century in history. Some would argue that these custom coins date back to even before the colonization of North America. Such coins have evolved into prized recognition and unity pieces, collected and carried by members of the armed forces spanning the globe.

We offer not only challenge coins for military groups, but also corporate challenge coins you can use to motivate and honor your staff members, impress your clients and build relationships, or reward your suppliers for their efficiency and dependability. A challenge coin is a beautiful keepsake that is truly one of a kind, and will be treasured for years to come.

The use of military challenge coins goes back at least half a century, and some say all the way back to colonial times. The reason challenge coins have stood the test of time is that they really do work as a way to build camaraderie and team loyalty.

Whatever your challenge coin design idea may be, we have the experience and skills to create anything from simple designs to more complex 3D designs, and we offer both of the most common types of challenge coins: soft enamel and hard enamel.

Ready to create your challenge coins? Lone Star Challenge Coins is the custom coin maker that goes the extra mile to make your ideas a reality. Once you choose us as your challenge coins company, you gain free access to high-quality artwork and free priority shipping.

We always say that it takes around three weeks from when your payment is received to hold your custom challenge coins in your hands. The design process can take a few days or weeks, depending on how much work it takes to get your idea just right.

Just received the coins I ordered. I must admit, they came out beautifully. Going back to the time when I ordered, the whole ordering process was seamless. I completed placing my order within a few minutes! The best thing for me was the minimum order quantity. I only needed one challenge coin and Vivipins accepted my order without any questions! The designer was very helpful as well.

We are able to create a miniature version of your police badge directly into the coin. Full color, 3D and two tone plating is available to match your actual badge. Challenge coins are great for graduating classes, departments and retirees. All you have to do is send us your ideas to get started. We have professional artists ready to turn your ideas into a coin. There is no obligation to buy and there is no minimum order.

Custom challenge coins made for your unit. Unit Coins has been creating custom military coins for the the armed forces for over 10 years and would like the chance to compete for your next custom challenge coins order. You will not find custom military coins of this quality for any better price.

Browse through our gallery of custom coins we have made for the Army, Navy Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, law enforcement and other government agencies. Below you will find links to pictures and information regarding creating custom challenge coins for each of the branches as well as some testimonials from our happy customers. 041b061a72


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