We are proud to pay tribute to the United States Army with the 2020 Infinite Hero Foundation challenge coin. The coin is inspired by the Follow Me, United States Army memorial located at
Fort Benning, Georgia. It depicts a 1950s-era infantry soldier charging forward and gesturing for others to follow. The goal of Infinite Hero is to release a series of coins honoring the various branches of the U.S. Military. The coin series was launched with the release of the 2019 U.S. Air Force challenge coin as a special nod to Jack Beckman, former sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.
Since 2014, every time Fast Jack Beckman strapped into his Infinite Hero Foundation Dodge Nitro Funny Car, he has carried challenge coins down the track with him. The coins are a commemorative fundraising opportunity for Infinite Hero and a limited number are still available for a $100 donation to the IHF. From the remaining passes, Beckman personalizes the coins with the name of the track and run information along with a personalized note for the donor. We are proud to share that more than $825,000 has been raised for the Infinite Hero Foundation through the Challenge Coin Program thanks to the generous contributions of our supporters.
An Infinite Hero representative attended each of the races on the NHRA schedule.
**The coins remaining from this current race year are first come, first served**
To learn more about Jack Beckman, the Infinite Hero Foundation Challenge Coin program, and to see photos of the Infinite Hero funny car and race team, visit Jack’s website: https://gofastjack.com/
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding the coin program.