Made in 2008; there was a $25 made as well, in quantity 1000. The $5s sold on the Chipboard for $9 in 2009 in mint condition.
Best guess: there was a 2004 event that this chip might commemorate:
Seminole Tribe Makes History With Cultural Exchange Program
The Seminole Tribe of Florida played a lead role in "See Native America-One
Nation at a Time," a first ever cultural exchange sponsored by The United
States Commercial Service and American Embassy in Berlin, Germany. This
historic event educated German children and their families about Native
Americans. It also promoted travel to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and other
tribal nation landmarks during International Travel Borse (ITB), the
world's largest annual tourism trade show.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida's stomp dancers, Victor Billie, Lucille
Jumper, Scarlett Jumper Young and Herbert Rainey Jim, joined other
traditional musicians, singers, dancers and storytellers representing ten
Native American nations at the John F. …