Company solidifies its focus on pandemic related products and services
Savannah, GA – April 3, 2020 – Hawkeye Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: HWKE), a technology holding company now focused on pandemic management products and services, announced today it has begun fulfilling its first $1.25M purchase order from the City of Memphis to support its critical need for 3-ply respirator masks.
Corby Marshall, CEO of Hawkeye, stated, “We look forward to supporting the City of Memphis as we continue to evolve as a company in response to the current historic times. We have reached an inflection point that we believe will best position the company to build long-term shareholder value going forward. As the demand for pandemic management products and services continues to be galvanized by the spread of COVID-19, due to a global lack of virus preparedness, we are committed to leveraging our resources to assist in the refinement of the pandemic response processes in our country and abroad.”
Under terms of the agreement the Company paid a $150,000 deposit to the manufacturer to secure delivery of the 3-ply ear-loop masks. The Company expects to fulfill similar ongoing purchase orders in support of the mission critical medical supply needs of U.S. municipalities.
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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