Microchipped custom Charity Smart Coin(TM) For Turbo-charging your next fundraiser

Gray Water Ops is now offering NFC Smart Coins(TM) to charities to help them make donors feel appreciated through the gift of a highly detailed challenge coin. According to the company, these coins can provide nonprofits and other charitable organizations with a unique method of encouraging donations.

To learn more, visit https://smartcoins.graywaterops.com

Gray Water Ops has also placed a greater focus on the tactile nature of its product. Its NFC Smart Coins(TM) can now be crafted with a greater degree of detail, making them more satisfying to hold and, therefore, a more effective promotional tool for charities.

This update has been carried out following research into the correlation between touch and memory. These studies found that touch can have a tangible impact on the memory-forming process, allowing individuals to remember scenarios in greater complexity and for a longer period of time. This suggests that touch may be an underutilized tool when promoting one’s cause.

A spokesperson for the company said, “Gone are the days of purchasing commemorative coins only to stow them away in a forgotten drawer, hoping they appreciate in value years down the line. Our coins are meant to be active participants in your fundraising journey. They act as a constant reminder to donors of their impact and provide them with a tangible means to support your cause.”

Gray Water Ops Smart Coins(TM) each feature an embedded NFC chip capable of communicating with most modern smart devices. These chips can be programmed to instantly link to charity fundraiser drives or any other website. NFC Smart Coins(TM) are patented by Gray Water Ops, making this a feature unique to its coins.

A range of custom design options is available to those interested in bulk ordering these coins. Metallic and enamel finish options can be selected through the company’s design service, with Pantone color match to ensure that company logos and other artwork can be accurately portrayed on the coin faces.

Each coin is hand-designed by lead artist Keith Hanshaw, who is available to translate customer design proofs into 3D-rendered challenge coin designs. Mr. Hanshaw has been designing challenge coins for various organizations since 1995.

To find out more, visit https://smartcoins.graywaterops.com

Gray Water Ops, LLC
5825 Tyler Dr

United States

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