Bridging the Gap between the Precious Metal and Automotive Industry

Becoming the best in the market has taken the U.S. Reserve more than just a good name. According to news reports, the company goes above the set standards when it comes to offering premium customer service to its clients.

Besides, the reserve is also equipped with excellent, hardworking and informative personnel that are always abreast with the latest trends in coin research and the precious metal industry.

Even though this company was formed in 2001, it has rapidly grown over the last decade to become the most experienced firm to deal with trading products and finding market in the industry. As a result, the employees are considered to have a better forethought than in other companies. It is for this reason that the company realized the need to expand its customer base.

The U.S. Reserve is doing this by sponsoring events that have potential target audiences. As for 2018, the reserve is focused on car enthusiasts, especially those who love collectible cars.

In collaboration with the Barrett-Jackson auctioning company, the U.S. Money Reserve has been able to close deals with new clients. A classic example of how the reserve merges with Barrett-Jackson can be observed in their strategy when they hosted the first event, which ended on Sunday, Jan. 21st.

In this event, the U.S. Reserve took the liberty of bringing on board one of the rarest cars in the market, the McLaren P1 GTR. Unlike other displayed cars, this one had a booth. The purpose of the booth was to ensure that the car not only draws enough attention but also gives a chance for the persons manning the booth to have a one-on-one conversation with attendees. Learn more about US Money Reserve: https://www.ispot.tv/brands/Iyt/us-money-reserve and http://spectrumlocalnews.com/tx/austin/news/2017/11/16/us-money-reserve-gives-to-harvey-relief.html

Bridging the gap between these two companies, the U.S. Money Reserve brought in the picture its employees who were also well versed with the automotive lifestyle.

As a result, the personnel were not only able to have flawless conversations about the car but also introduced potential clients to the precious metal industry. This created a connection between the reserve and the clients.

Since the U.S. Money Reserve is known for developing long-term relationships, the company would take advantage of this introduction later on to keep in touch with potential clients and close deals.

The McLaren featured has a maximum speed of 225 miles per hour and has only been driven for 605 miles. It also gets from 0 to 60 miles in a little above 2.4 seconds.