Sanford Fire Department Coin
The city of Sanford’s Fire Department is staffed 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The Department protects around 30,000 people and its jurisdiction covers 26.48 square miles. Sanford is located in Lee County, North Carolina, which was formed from parts of the surrounding three counties in 1907, geologically located above the meeting of white beach sand and Piedmont clay, enabling the city to be a producer of clay bricks.
We had a task to manufacture a custom challenge coin for the Sandford Fire Department’s C-Shift. C-Shift means the working hours from 2300 to 0800 hours with a one-hour meal break every day from Mondays to Sundays including a General Holiday. It is usually by far better than the other shifts with the best firefighters doing the job right the first time.
The coin was requested to have the shape of the Maltese Cross, a symbol of firefighters all around the world. But they also want the coin to function as a bottle opener.
So the solution is to have one of the tips of the cross hollowed out and put the bottle opener tooth there. Their emblem was engraved on the front side of the coin, and the logo of the C-Shift was etched on the back.
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Finished Coin (Front)
Finished Coin (Back)
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