HECS, a world leader in concealment textiles headquartered in Oregon, today announces the appointment of global licensing expert Richard Howard.
HECS, creator of HECS STEALTHSCREEN welcomes Richard Howard to the business as it gears up to meet growing inquiries from hunting and outdoor brands around the world.
Richard has extensive professional experience in the camouflage and outdoors industries and will work closely with brands and companies wishing to license HECS technology and assist them in developing products incorporating HECS material for their specific markets.
Mike Slinkard, founder of HECS says; “HECS is delighted to have a person of Richard’s caliber on the team. The interest we are getting from hunters is being noted by the big outdoor brands here in the US and overseas. Richard will be a great asset as we develop those relationships. He is well traveled and has an in-depth knowledge of numerous cultures and economic environments.”
“As an avid hunter and conservationist I have experienced the benefits of wearing HECS STEALTHSCREEN for myself,” enthuses Richard. “I am excited to be able to help brands around the world share HECS’ revolutionary technology with their own customers.”
“HECS STEALTHSCREEN can change the game for hunters, photographers and anyone who wants to experience life outdoors,” adds Mike. “All living things, including humans, emit faint electric signals and many animals are able to detect and react to these signals. HECS STEALTHSCREEN is designed to reduce the human body’s electric signal, enhancing your ability to get closer to game in its undisturbed state.”
The unique HECS STEALTHSCREEN material is made of uniquely woven conductive carbon fibers that are designed to reduce the human body’s electric signal, while delivering the highest standards of comfort and performance.
HECS is recognized as a world leader in concealment technology. Based in Oregon, USA, HECS supplies apparel and equipment to the hunting, dive, wildlife research and photography industries. HECS STEALTHSCREEN’S conductive carbon grid works to reduce the electric signal emitted by the human body. For more go to: HECS STEALTHSCREEN
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