Dallas, TX based Mulligan Mint hosts its first open house event
In 2012, Mulligan Mint set out to be the finest full service production and manufacturing mint in the country. In less than 2 years, M2 has grown to occupy 20,000 square feet of production space with the all of the equipment necessary to take refined silver from shot to finished, minted product. In spite of the obstacles we’ve faced as a small business, we have worked diligently to set the standard for both quality and integrity in the precious metals industry and have, quite frankly, become the talk of the silver community and coined as “The Little Mint that Could”. For more information about who we are and what we do, visit our website at www.mulliganmint.com.
This November 5th, 2013 we cordially invite you to see for yourself what all of the fuss is about. Our doors will be open to you from 3pm to 9pm for our first official open house event. Please join us as we walk you through the minting process, introduce you to the Mulligan Mint, Inc family and hear, first hand, all the exciting things we have on the horizon for 2014. Enjoy our keynote speakers: Jeffrey Tucker of Mises Institute renown, Stephen Macaskill of Amagi Metals and FEE, Jack Spirko of The Survival Podcast, and Rob Gray of Open Currency and CEO of Mulligan Mint, Inc.
And just in case you can’t be there, we will be broadcasting the event live for you and the rest of the silver community so be on the lookout for that information on our Mulligan Mint homepage in the days prior to the event.
For those that have been concerned about ordering silver due to the bankruptcy, it is certainly understandable. The good news is if you are local you can come to this event and purchase silver cash and carry on site.
For those with pending orders, I discussed the situation with Rob last night. Basically this is the deal. The mint is slowly digging out of its hole but as it is in bankruptcy it has to do what it is told to do by its trustee and the court. Right now that is as follows.
First – all new orders are to be filled and done so as soon as they are placed.
Second – any back orders are to be filled in reverse order, the newest orders first. I know this doesn’t make sense but it is what the court has ordered.
Third – once all back log of orders are filled the mint should be able to at that time be able to fill “trapped orders” these are orders that were placed before the bankruptcy filing.
Rob told me last night, if he had the choice he would be filling orders based on the oldest first, but he doesn’t have that choice at this time. I want to point out that I have been up front about this situation from day one. We all know the cause of this misery and it isn’t worth repeating at this time. The fact is simple, Rob is doing all he can to stay in the fight and make the mint a success.
For those with trapped orders if there were anything I could do I would. Frankly right now I am a creditor for about 20,000 dollars in commissions due in the bankruptcy. That is largely because I took no commissions for the last 90 days in order to help Rob fill orders in this time. In any event if you are local and have any questions come on down to the mint next Tuesday.