Company delivers 225,000 respirator masks in advance of $1.25M purchase order
Savannah, GA – April 9th, 2020 – Hawkeye Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: HWKE), a technology holding company focused on pandemic management products and services, announced today it has delivered 225,000 3-ply respirator masks to the City of Memphis. The interim order is in addition to, and in advance of, its previously announced $1.25M purchase order.
Corby Marshall, CEO of Hawkeye stated, “We are grateful for the opportunity to strengthen our support of the City of Memphis and its emergency pandemic response needs. As COVID-19 continues its trajectory, leading scientific and government agencies are now advocating for all people to wear respirator masks in public spaces. The resulting global surge in demand for masks and other medical supplies has created an unprecedented logistics landscape complicated by a variety of obstacles. We believe our supply line relationships built over the last 30 years, domestically and abroad, uniquely position the Company to continue delivering mission critical pandemic medical supplies to our communities with optimal efficiency.”
Under terms of the previously announced agreement, the Company paid a $150,000 deposit to the manufacturer to secure delivery of 1.25M 3-ply ear-loop masks. The Company’s delivery today of 225,000 masks represents an addition to the original purchase order, resulting in a total order value of over $1.47M.
About Hawkeye Systems, Inc.
Hawkeye Systems, Inc. is a technology holding company focused on pandemic management products and services. Led by a West Point, U.S. Military Academy graduate, the Company is committed to leveraging its extensive resources in support of its ongoing mission to help our government and medical infrastructure keep civilians safe.
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