Tesla Bulls Challenge Coins
Are You A Tesla Bull?
You are if you agree with Tesla’s Mission Statement to “Accelerate The World’s Transition To Sustainable Energy.” One of the best ways everyone can help accelerate this astronomical, but achievable goal is simply by talking about “The Mission” on a regular basis. Tesla’s not just about producing the safest, smartest, and fastest electric vehicles on the planet, but it’s certainly a great place to start.
While the Tesla Brand is mostly known for their electric vehicle’s, in reality it’s just a fraction of their overall goal. As Elon’s pointed out, for our world to transition to sustainable energy we need three major components all working as one. The Holy Grail of them all is “energy storage” and not a coincidence of its positioning on the Tesla Bulls front side of the coin. While perhaps only long-time Tesla Bulls might recognize,, the Tesla logo also on the front side of the coin is Tesla’s original and their updated logos combined commemorating the company’s long-term success.
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Elon Musk's Coin
The other side of the Tesla Bulls coin is dedicated to Elon Musk and his major accomplishments thus far. It would be impossible explaining to someone knowing very little about Tesla’s mission, and why there’s no other company on the planet like them, without mentioning Elon. One of the most frequent questions I get when handing someone my coin #003, interestingly enough, is about his connection with PayPal and being the largest shareholder when eBay bought the company for $1.5 billion in 2002. Flush with an all cash deal, the young Elon Musk first makes a huge bet starting a private rocket company from scratch. Did you know He’s also the lead engineer for all of SpaceX rockets and engine designs?
It’s safe to say, if it wasn’t for General Motors recalling and then crushing their electric vehicle called the EV1, there would be no Tesla as we know it today. That was Elon’s main motivation for first investing in Tesla Motors even though He just started SpaceX. If you haven’t seen the documentary “Who Killed The Electric Car” its highly recommended and well worth your time. It wasn’t just GM wanting electric vehicles to go away, but every big auto, big oil, and every related industry in between. Now just 20-years later, Tesla has forced every vehicle manufacture to do the right thing and start building electric or risk becoming obsolete by a superior, more reliable and safer product.