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STATEMENT FROM PROMASQUE REGARDING CERTIFICATION – FEBRUARY 2020

Dear Pro-Masque Customer:

February 20, 2020

As many of you are aware, Pro-Masque has manufactured top quality goalie masks in our family for over fifty-five (SS) years and the quality and safety of the Pro-Masque products have always been our top priority. During this time, I am very proud that our products have been safely utilized in competition from youth hockey to National Hockey League All-Star participants.

While the significant majority of our products are not manufactured for use in youth or USA Ice Hockey sanctioned competition, there have been some of our products that were. In order to properly utilize our products for these competitions, it is necessary for those products to be Hockey Equipment Certification Council ("HECC") certified. While Pro-Masque products have been previously certified for such use, Pro-Masque products are not currently certified by HECC for youth or USA Ice Hockey competition.

As a customer of Pro-Masque who may have purchased our product for use in youth or USA Ice Hockey competition, I wanted to personally advise you of these circumstances and ensure that you were aware that the Pro-Masque product purchased is not currently HECC certified for the same. Further, any HECC label that may have been affixed to this product should be removed. My best wishes for continued safety and success, on and off the ice, and I apologize for any confusion or inconvenience.

Sincerely,
Matthew Garland

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