The 47th Annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction was a great event to attend, especially for collectible car enthusiasts. The event was officially sponsored by the U.S. Money Research and went on for eight days up to Sunday, Jan. 21st at Scottsdale, Arizona. Read more: US Money Reserve | Crunchbase
The chief numismatist of U.S. Money Reserve, John Rothans, pointed out that the organization was intentional about sponsoring this event since it also attracted collectible audiences to its business.
The U.S. Reserve had a booth set up to allow any auction attendees with pressing questions to visit them. Its team members were able to answer various questions regarding precious metals as well as the benefits of owning gold.
In this event, the U.S. Money Reserve also featured a McLaren P1 CTR, which is extremely rare today. The attendees who visited the booth learned a few things regarding the McLaren presented, including features like an odometer of 605 miles with a top speed of 225. The car is classified as a VIN #001 and gets from 0 to 60 in just under 2.5 seconds. This car is one of the 45 to ever be manufactured.
The Scottsdale auction was a premier auction that attracted at least 200,000 spectators in just over a week. The event was highly televised and organized by the world’s greatest collector car auction company, Barrett-Jackson. Read more: US Money Reserve Reports How to Protect Wealth From Increasing Global Risks in Exclusive eBook | PRNewswire
This firm serves as the standard for the collector car industry and has since evolved to match the expected world-class automotive standard for the event as expected by thousands all over the world.
Barrett-Jackson is very particular about the automobiles on the auction hence the unique, most-sought out auction for its target audience. Barrett-Jackson’s global audience is comprised of live international and national television. This year, the U.S. Money Reserve is set to be the official sponsor of similar auctions in Nevada, Connecticut and Florida.
The U.S. Reserve was founded in 2001 and has since grown to become the largest private distributor of platinum legal-tender and foreign government-issued gold. The organization is depended by countless individuals who need to diversify their assets using precious metals, such as silver coins and gold.
With this in mind, the U.S. Reserve has a set of uniquely trained personnel that work on coin research and market knowledge, which help in finding potential precious metal buyers all over the world. This organization is also well-known for premium customer service and ideals in establishing long-term relationships with its clients.