BRK Inc. (OTCBB: BRKK) Appoints Christopher Stramacchia Chief Technology Officer and Director

LAS VEGAS, Aug. 25, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BRK, Inc. (BRKK), is pleased to announce that appointment of Christopher Stramacchia, inventor of the Helmet Camera and owner of the RefCam trademark, has been appointed as Chief Technology Officer and Director of BRK, Inc.

The agreement with Mr. Stramacchia requires BRK, Inc. to incorporate a wholly owned subsidiary to exploit the Helmet Camera Patents (Pending), Intellectual Property and commercialization and all its applications.  Mr. Stramacchia will be appointed CEO and controlling 30% shareholder of the subsidiary.

Currently, BRK, Inc. with Mr. Stramacchia’s assistance has been invited to use the RefCam at the World Cup of Hockey tournament in Toronto in September 2016. Traditionally, the best-on-best tournament has attracted a much higher viewership than traditional NHL hockey games.

This year, technology is scheduled to enhance the viewership experience.  Pucks and player jerseys will be outfitted with devices that will track how far a skater skates during a game, what the precise gap between players is and the speed of a shot. Additionally, the referees will be wearing the RefCam so viewers will be able to get a referee’s point of view during the game.

BRK, Inc. (BRKK) invites all stakeholders to view its RefCam in action during the World Cup of Hockey.  BRKK also invites comments to the RefCam’s performance at shareholder@brkincorporated.com.

About BRK, Inc. (www.brkincorporated.com)

BRK, Inc.  (BRKK), established in 2008, is manufacturer of the blind repair kit, exclusive licensee of the Bas Rutten O2 Trainer, and owner of the Helmet Camera patents that make the RefCam possible.  With the acquisition of the live broadcast helmet camera patents, BRK is poised to enter sports marketing in a big way.

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