- March 26, 2020
-- The greatest health crisis in generations has shown the extreme vulnerability the American people and society faces having the majority of its essential health goods like face masks and respirators, manufactured in and shipped from China. This has caused huge shortages nationwide with the unexpected breakout out of COVID-19 coronavirus, leaving hospitals strained and many lives in greater danger of infection than they would be otherwise. Thomas Kager and his son David Kager have stepped up to help solve this problem founding the startup company SerraeX, aimed at bringing back the manufacturing of face masks and respirators back to the US. SerraeX has announced the launch of a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to finance this operation, which requires $140,000 in funds. After this success the company plans to continue to expand its work in the area by manufacturing hand sanitizer and latex gloves in the USA as well. This work will continue for the long term to ensure no shortages of these kinds ever occur again, endangering American society.
"In the future it should be prohibited to outsource the production of essential health goods to anywhere to serve the civil society just in time," commented Thomas from the company. "The shortage of essential health goods is a sign of failed, extensive economies, that don't put the American needs first like they should." With Wall Street stocks, cryptocurrencies and other investments crashing, now is the time to invest in something needed that actually helps fellow citizens in the eyes of SerraeX.
Thomas remarked, "Don't burn your money on Wallstreet now, invest it in future business & health right here in the USA." For more information and to support the campaign be sure to visit https://igg.me/at/serraeX