In 12 months, we handed out +2,500 business cards and +1,300 wristbands. We had +5,000 visitors performing +10,000
actions - not including downloads. Also, we sent and received over 3,200 emails. We also traveled +2,500 miles through
9 US states giving presentations about our incredible coins. We thank you for the continued support and allowing
us to serve you.
Cobra Coins is a passionate company devoted to providing superior products with excellent customer service. As a
challenge coin company, we are committed to creating beautiful challenge coins worthy of any challenge coin collection.
We’ve simplified the challenge coin buying process so well,
our infographic guide has been duplicated industrywide. Knowing we
raise the standards for clients worldwide encourages us to excel even further.
Our entire company's services and communications are based upon three words: Treat People Right. To us, this means to
treat people with respect, dignity and civility.
Did You Know?
Requesting a quote has never been easier, faster and more reliable. All our quotes are fully itemized with zero hidden fees, zero sign-up and zero set-up fees. Request
a free coin quote without sacrificing your personal info: FreeQuote@cobracoins.com
Our custom coins include your logo, message for nearly any coin design.
Download our free challenge coin templates or let us design your coins for free. View our gallery of completed coins for great coin ideas. Our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee comes with every order. All our coins are minted in new,
solid metal using pistons, hydraulics and tons of pressure. We also provide lighter, metal alloy coins which are cost effective without sacrificing quality.
Before purchasing from any coin company, read our FAQ about the hidden
costs some competitors charge.
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