Drone USA Awarded One-Year Master Agreement from the Commonwealth of Kentucky to Supply All Kentucky State Agencies with Drones, Unmanned Aircraft Systems and Accessories
WEST HAVEN, CT / ACCESSWIRE / July 24, 2018 / Drone USA, Inc. (OTCQB: DRUS) (“Drone USA” or the “Company”), a service provider and reseller of drones and distributor of products to the U.S. Government, today announced that the Commonwealth of Kentucky awarded Drone USA a one-year master agreement to supply drones, unmanned aircraft systems and accessories to Kentucky state agencies. The contract may be extended at the completion of the initial contract period for four additional one-year periods.
Michael Bannon, Drone USA’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “We are extremely excited to be part of Kentucky’s statewide drone program. There are so many uses for drones. Drones help reduce costs, making work more efficient and safer while providing security, protecting the environment, mapping, conducting inspections and much more.”
About Drone USA, Inc.
Drone USA, Inc. (OTCQB: DRUS), headquartered in West Haven, CT, is a service provider, manufacturer and reseller of drones and distributor of products to the U.S. Government. Its competitive advantage stems from offering superior service, high-quality products and establishing and maintaining life-long customer friendships. Its primary markets are U.S. police, firemen, U.S. industry and the U.S. Government.
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