Dewmar International BMC Inc (OTCMKTS:DEWM) reported that along with its operating associate, Willie Robertson, they offered valuable donations of medical devices, equipment, outdoor wear, clothing and more to help first-responders and Hurricane Harvey victims in the Greater Houston area.
Dr. Marco Moran, the CEO of Dewmar International, reported that one of their shareholders that is working with victims of Hurricane Harvey approached them via email days after the devastating storm passed seeking medical supply donations to a shelter in Houston. She specifically said that the shelter had a considerable number of diabetic patients, so they knew particularly where they could help.
Moran expressed that he immediately contacted staff members at company’s clinics and subsidiary pharmacies to ask them to collect diabetic supplies, patient educational materials, over-the-counter products and general medical supplies that they could spare for them to come individually pick up by the close of the week just after the hurricane. In addition, he asked the Duck Commander staff and members of the Robertson Family to join them in their donation plans.
Ironically, staff at Duck Commander and Willie were already gathering extremely valuable outdoor wear and tools such as rubber boots and waders along with other required items of clothing to be sent immediately to families and to first-responders who required to brave the toxic watery factors in the Beaumont and Houston areas in an effort to salvage as much of their valuables and property as possible.
Willie expressed that this further acknowledges their good business association with Marco and the Dewmar team. They share the same urge to help people in need. Dewmar’s subsidiary unit, Health and Wellness Research Consortium, has deals with a pharmacy in Louisiana, 2 clinics in Mississippi, a telemedicine center in Mississippi and experts posted across both numerous Southern states.
In the last trading session, the stock price of Dewmar declined more than 9% to close the day at $0.00650.