Create Custom Challenge Coins for Golf Month in AugustPosted by Signature Coins | April 29, 2014 at 8:15pm | Topic: Challenge Coins
August is Golf Month. It’s a great time to start planning your special event or tournament. While you’re at it, why not contact Signature Coins with your custom challenge coin needs. We’ll send you a no obligation, free price quote and digital file containing the custom artwork that we created for you. This will give you an idea as to what the costs of creating your own golf coins will be.
We offer a number of different appealing options to our customers. For example, did you know that your custom challenge coins don’t have to be round? They can be but we can also create them in whatever shape you desire. We can even cut them to shape to resemble your logo or emblem. Isn't that a terrific way to get others talking about your business?
Custom coins can also have a number of different design elements added to the artwork that we create for you. For example, your coins can have a decorative edge. They can have a 3D emblem incorporated into their design. Coins can have cut outs and even a bottle opener mechanism in them. It’s entirely up to you. We’re here to make sure you’re 100% satisfied with the Golf Month custom coins we create for you.
Don’t forget presentation options. We offer the following for you to choose from:
- PVC Envelopes (FREE with purchase)
- Plastic Coin Capsules
- Velvet Bags
- Acrylic Coin Cases
- Velvet Coin Boxes
- Plastic Stands
Create custom challenge coins for Golf Month in August. We can help you come up with a unique and memorable challenge coin design for your charity golfing event or golf tournament. Contact Signature Coins with your questions and suggestions.
You can reach us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call 1-800-953-3607 toll-free. We’re here to assist you with your request and will go the extra mile to make sure you’re satisfied. Ask about our free artwork and design services today. Ask about our golf ball markers. We can create your coins in a way that makes them helpful tools.