Hawkeye Systems Begins Trade on OTC Markets

Jeff Brody

Hawkeye Systems is now trading on OTC Markets under the ticker symbol “HWKE,” a step that the imaging technology company expects to help increase its public presence.

“We are excited about this announcement and the establishment of our public ticker symbol,” Corby Marshall, founder and CEO of Hawkeye Systems, said in a statement Friday. “This will increase the visibility of the company and enhance liquidity for our shareholders.”

He added OTC Markets will provide access to funds, which the company can utilize in support of business growth and operations.

Yale Peebles, an Army veteran and a former vice president at Chromatin and Guilford Mills, will assist Hawkeye in trading on OTC Markets as part of the company’s board of directors and head of the finance committee.

Larry Iwanski, a former Army aviator, will assist Peebles as chairman of the board’s audit committee.

Hawkeye Systems is an imaging company that creates camera systems for military and law enforcement customers. Its headquarters may be found in Los Angeles.

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