Every once in a while, a news story comes out of Canada that makes me think, “Golly, those Canadians are really neat.” Ditching the penny a few weeks back was one of those occasions. Now, our neighbors to the north are rolling out a glow-in-the-dark dinosaur coin. This is as cool as currency gets, my friends. The Royal Canadian Mint has a unique quarter coming out April 16 that will honor Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai, a large herbivore. Three more dinosaur coins will follow, in a series called Prehistoric Creatures.
Coins are basic; primal commodities, nothing terribly exciting. Some (not me) might say the same about accounting services. What can you or your firm do to be creatively different? I’m not talking about adopting a Liberty Tax approach with roadside Statue of Liberty goons. Come up with something different, meaningful and dynamic.
What is your glow-in-the-dark dinosaur coin idea?
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