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Since opening our doors in 2000, APMEX has continued to grow and remains one of the largest online Precious Metals retailers in the industry. As we grow, stay up to date on our latest news and updates to participate in our local coin community. 

The idea of a National Coin Week was created in 1923 when coin dealer and ANA Board of Governors member Julius Guttag put forth the idea of a week-long celebration to “attract the general public to our hobby and consequently increase our membership and aid in our science.”
The news of recent events has caused Gold to spike over $2,000 and Silver to spike over $25, with the current prices at the time of writing sitting at $2,053.80 for Gold and $26.58 for Silver.
March is Women’s History Month, which commemorates the study, observance, and celebration of women’s vital role in history. From famous First Ladies to the iconic Britannia, APMEX carries a wide selection of products featuring depictions of influential women in history.

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APMEX is donating $500,000 to the Regional Food Bank for this match. The company’s commitment will help provide millions of additional meals to hungry Oklahomans.
The APMEX team includes many members who have been with the company for five to 10, even 15 to 20 years. Join our team as we reflect on our time here, as well as what we look forward to in the future.
As APMEX embarks on its 20-year mark, the Precious Metals leader has been recognized by the Journal Record and Best Places to Work Organization as one of the Best Places to Work in Oklahoma for 2020. This is the second year in a row APMEX has been recognized.
During these challenging times, APMEX employees have gone above and beyond to help serve our customers. Due to their hard work and commitment, APMEX has donated $250,000 on behalf of our employees to help provide food for thousands of Oklahomans. The donation helped the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma (RFBO) meet its goal of creating a $1 million fund to match other donations to combat hunger during the COVID-19 pandemic.
APMEX has once again teamed up with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma to fight hunger in the state. Through participation in the nonprofit’s annual Feeding Hope and Letter Carriers’ Food and Fund Drive, APMEX raised enough food and funds to provide 218,120 meals for Oklahomans who face hunger every day. Every dollar donated to the Regional Food Bank provides four meals.
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma hosted the 32nd annual Chef’s Feast. This year, the program raised $170,000 for kids that are in need.
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma hosted a donation match campaign with partnership from APMEX. The Regional Food Bank was able to raise more than $2.49 million, totaling over 9.9 million meals.
APMEX is proud to have sponsored the Students Against Hunger Food Drive, a competition put on by the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma each year. Bishop McGuinness High School won most meals overall for the second year in a row.
The holiday match campaign offers a great opportunity for Oklahomans to fight hunger across the city and across the state.
APMEX has once again teamed up with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma to fight hunger in the state. Through participation in the nonprofit’s annual Feeding Hope and Letter Carriers’ Food and Fund Drive, APMEX raised enough food and funds to provide 136,869 meals for Oklahomans who face hunger every day. Every dollar donated to the Regional Food Bank provides four meals; this year, APMEX’s contribution collected during their food and fund drive will provide a total of 136,869 meals for Oklahomans who need it most.
Once again, APMEX joins the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma for the holiday match campaign, Hunger Never Takes a Holiday, starting November 15th, 2017 to January 15, 2018. With an estimated 16% of the population experiencing food insecurity in Oklahoma, APMEX is proud to offer help by matching dollar for dollar up to $600,000 for the Hunger Never Takes a Holiday campaign.
APMEX is pleased to be apart of hurricane relief efforts by providing a 2017 Silver 1 ounce round, available now online. Not only does this Silver round provide a point in time that will be remembered for many years, but it also holds a fine Silver value of one full ounce.
2016 was a great year for the London Getaway trip winner. With magnificent views and weather, the couple were able to enjoy the sights and sounds of London while experiencing the history of The Royal Mint. You can enter for a chance to win a trip of a lifetime today.
APMEX.com provided over 504,000 meals in partnership with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma. In an effort to fight hunger, APMEX holds a variety of contests throughout the week to make the donations and meals possible.
APMEX partnered with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma for their 2017 Holiday Match Campaign from November 15th through January 15th. These donations will help feed hungry Oklahomans. The Regional Food Bank was able to raise more than $4.2 million, which totals more than 21 million meals, in a short 61 days!
APMEX is proud to announce Mark Yoshimura as Chief Operating Officer. The APMEX executive addition will add value to the company with his vast work experience and knowledge. He has worked for Office Depot, and Payless ShoeSource before coming to APMEX.
APMEX.com, a leading online Precious Metals retailer based in Oklahoma City, is once again teaming with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma in the fight against hunger. This holiday season’s campaign, Hunger Never Takes a Holiday, runs from Nov. 15, 2016 through Jan. 15, 2017. Last year, APMEX.com provided more than half a million meals to help feed hungry Oklahomans. This year, APMEX.com and the Regional Food Bank have set their sights even higher.
According to the Food Bank, Oklahoma is one of the hungriest states in the nation. One in six Oklahomans, or about 656,000 people, struggle with hunger or have limited availability of nutritionally adequate food.
Like the Food Bank, Thomas’ desire is to address underlying problems and find sustainable solutions. Gardening and education programs, a network of more than 1,200 charitable feeding programs and schools, and an annual operating budget below four percent ensure the Food Bank is driving viable, long term, hunger-relief solutions.
As COO, Mr. Lewis was responsible for managing APMEX’s Information Technology, Merchandising, Purchasing, Sales, Customer Service, and Marketing functions.

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