REDHAWK ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF SUPPLY CHAIN VETERAN TO THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

RedHawk Holdings Corp. (OTC: IDNG) (the “Company” or “RedHawk”), announced today that Dr. Drew Pinsky (commonly known as “Dr. Drew”) has agreed to become the Company’s exclusive spokesperson for its Sharps and Needle Destruction Device (“SANDD”) mini™ and its SANDD Pro™ needle incineration devices (collectively the “SANDD™ Products”) and any related products and/or accessories.

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Julie Calzone
From The Advocate Acadiana Edition: How I Got Here with RedHawk Holdings Corp. CEO Darcy Klug: Needle destruction device in Texas public schools, may soon be in California schools in September

Darcy Klug is CEO of Lafayette-based RedHawk Holdings Corp., which acquired the rights to the SANDD (Sharps and needles destruction device) mini in 2015 and redesigned the unit before putting it back out for sale this year. The company recently partnered with Dr. Drew Pinsky as its national spokesperson. 

It is estimated that nearly 1 million needle stick injuries occur every year in the U.S. health care industry. The second-largest incidents of workplace injuries are with recycling workers because of improper disposal of needles. Whether you are at home or a clinic, responsible needle disposal is a necessary task for everyone who receives injections. 

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Julie Calzone
REDHAWK NAMES DR. DREW PINSKY AS NATIONAL SPOKESPERSON

RedHawk Holdings Corp. (OTC: IDNG) (the “Company” or “RedHawk”), announced today that Dr. Drew Pinsky (commonly known as “Dr. Drew”) has agreed to become the Company’s exclusive spokesperson for its Sharps and Needle Destruction Device (“SANDD”) mini™ and its SANDD Pro™ needle incineration devices (collectively the “SANDD™ Products”) and any related products and/or accessories.

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Julie Calzone
From The Daily Advertiser in Lafayette, LA: Lafayette business looks to reduce needle injuries with new disintegration device

Klug said the company is currently taking orders for the SANDD mini on its website, and the company is delivering units to the Texas school system to be used in nurses’ offices.

The mini device sells for $180.

“It’s an ideal situation with school nurses,” Klug said. “It’s safe handling for them.”

The company has also entered a partnership with celebrity doctor Drew “Dr. Drew” Pinsky.

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Julie Calzone