Great Crown Challenge Coins

Challenge Coin or Award Custom Coins used for employees recognition!

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Mele Printing, company was established in 1985. It founder the father and son team of Mal and Mallery Mele.

The company has grown from simple beginnings as a small quick-print shop only with 1,000 square feet and three employees to a nationally-recognized leader among large commercial printers.

In addition is good to know that Mele Printing continually strives to bring the latest advances in technology because of that they  provide the best in service to customers and partners.

With the recent 4500 square foot addition to our 50,000 square foot, state of the art facility at 619 North Tyler Street in Covington, Mele Printing makes a giant leap into the future of digital printing, to meet needs of any customer’s request.

Furthermore, Mele Printing makes a difference, donated over $110,000 in 2016 to various non-profits and community projects.

For over 30 years, the company has been serving the gulf coast region with superior quality printing. To celebrate the growth and thanks all members have contributed,

This Customized Challenge Coin represents the award custom coins to all employees and partners for their efforts and contributions.

The custom made challenge coins are sandblasting coins, highly engraved with raised crown.

The finishing in this creation is the gold plated, that gives a very shiny look. On the flip side depicted with the Mele Printing website and its established year.

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