US Money Reserve Is Responsible For Hurricane Relief Fund

November 1st, 2017

This last August, Hurricane Harvey crashed hard on the coasts of Texas and left many homes destroyed and businesses suffering as a result. But many people have responded and relief funds have been started including one by US Money Reserve, one of the nation’s leading precious metals wholesale companies.

In this fund, US Reserve announced they were partnering with the Austin Disaster Relief Network (ADRN) to support victims of Harvey and matching donations up to $100,000 to anyone giving through the YouCaring donation. The fund which also was sponsored by the Houston Texans’ J.J. Watt actually exceeded its goal of $20 million and reached $37 million.

US Money Reserve has been in the precious metal wholesale since the early 2000s and they have a wide variety of both newly minted bullion as well as commemorative coins. The reason US Money Reserve was founded was to give everyone a chance to protect their money in the event that the economy takes a turn for the worse. Read more: US Money Reserve | Built In Austin

All kinds of things can impact the economy including hurricanes like Harvey, foreign wars and political turmoil, or even the US national debt. When you buy gold or silver, you now have an asset that can be used as legal tender that will not lose its value during economic hardship and that can also be sold when the economy stabilizes again. US Money Reserve is proud to help people understand how this works. Learn more about US Money Reserve: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/us-money-reserve-launches-new-direct-response-television-show-featuring-moderator-larry-king-300335408.html

Glassdoor reveals that one reason US Money Reserve has a deep knowledge base at their company is that that their president, Philip N. Diehl is a former US Mint Director. In fact, he is the only former Mint Director who is now working in the private sector.

Diehl undertook a revamping of the Mint’s commemorative coin program which was losing profits at the time he was appointed, and by the middle of his term, Diehl had turned the Mint into one of the most profitable government agencies.

After leaving the Mint, he joined US Reserve because he liked their culture of integrity and he believed he could continue his work there. He has often spoken to financial publications and TV network hosts on CNBC, CNN and other business channels.

You can find publications put out by Diehl as well as other special deals on gold coins and other bullion by going to www.USMoneyReserve.com. They also have live support agents available through their Client-Connect app.

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