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United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin e-Newsletter, Issue 7 — March 2007

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Another issue for us all.



United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin e-Newsletter, Issue 7 — March 2007





Deadline Approaches for Ordering Unmixed Quantities of the George Washington $1 Coin


We are near the end of the special ordering process for unmixed George Washington $1 Coins. If you have not been able to find these coins at your local financial institution, or if they have run out of them, there is still time for your institution to order them! Please let your bank, credit union, or thrift institution know that unmixed George Washington $1 Coins can still be acquired if orders are placed by March 15, 2007. (Institutions need to have an account with the Federal Reserve to order from the Fed.)



Orders for wrapped rolls of George Washington $1 Coins can be made by depository institutions using FedLine Web® or FedPhone®. The minimum order is $1,000. Financial institutions that use FedLine Web® and that wish to place the minimum order for a $1,000 box of wrapped coins, or institutions that want mixed or unmixed coins in $2,000 bags, should contact their local Federal Reserve Office to place a special order.



The George Washington $1 Coins are legal tender and can be used for commerce and collecting. All Presidential $1 Coins are designed to work in coin-operated machines that accept dollar coins, including parking meters and vending machines. Modeled after the United States Mint's successful 50 State Quarters® Program, the Presidential $1 Coin Program will feature systematically rotating designs of former United States Presidents. The George Washington $1 Coin marks the first of four Presidential $1 Coins to be released this year, with John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to roll out later in 2007.



Additional information about the Presidential $1 Coin Program is available at






How To: Conduct Your Very Own Presidential $1 Coin Exchange!



According to research commissioned by the United States Mint, nearly half Americans surveyed said they will be interested in collecting the Presidential $1 Coins --- and many said they would expect the coins to be available at retail locations and financial institutions.



Well, with the United States Mint's help, your institution can far exceed your customers expectations by hosting a Presidential $1 Coin Exchange. Available online at the United States Mint's Presidential $1 Coin Informational website, materials.usmint.gov/$1coin, you can now download our "Tips for Hosting a Coin Exchange."



This valuable resource will provide you with all the information you will need to successfully host your own Presidential $1 Coin Exchange. From providing the most effective dates, to wide-ranging marketing ideas, to Customer Awareness campaigns, to sure-fire Media Alert strategies, to Media Messages, they are all provided in one convenient location and in one comprehensive concept.



Go ahead and give the people what they want.

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