TORONTO – Worksport Ltd (OTC:WKSP) a developer and manufacturer of high quality, modular, and attractively priced tonneau covers and solar-powered systems for light-duty trucks, reported that it has raised US$3 million through a Private Investment in Public Equity (PIPE). The transaction follows the $4 million raised from the recent closing of an oversubscribed Reg-A public offering. The additional capital will boost R&D capabilities in Canada, build inventory, and significantly boost Marketing & Branding efforts to showcase upper echelon products including Worksport’s TerraVis™ solar tonneau cover system, its allied TerraVis COR™ mobile energy storage system (ESS). Worksport management is working diligently on developing a proprietary B2B sales model while establishing local assembly or manufacturing of its forthcoming TerraVis Solar Truck Cover model.
Steven Rossi, Chief Executive Officer of Worksport said, “This supplementary capital demonstrates the continuing investor interest in the Worksport offering, and it will strengthen our ability focus on business and technological developments as well as opportunistically adding to a well-rounded, lean workforce. We deeply appreciate confidence being shown by all the investor interest of late. As 2021 progresses, we expect to showcase a number of our new developments and we look forward executing our business plan and delivering shareholder value.“
Worksport Ltd. (currently OTCQB: WKSP) develops and manufactures high quality, modular, and attractively priced tonneau covers and solar-powered systems for light-duty trucks such as the Sierra, Silverado, Canyon, RAM, Ford F-Series, et al. and consumer-oriented adventures & purposes, where portable energy is a necessity. Available soon to pre-order, the modular, redefining Worksport TerraVis™ tonneau cover system is being mindfully designed for the jobsite contractor and off-road, light-duty trucker, for work and play, to sustainably supply extra energy for those additional miles. Expected to launch by end of year 2021, its allied TerraVis COR™ mobile energy storage system (ESS), will be another redefining product targeted for vacationers, second-home owners, and campers. Plans are also being constructed to expand with grid micro-charging stations to provide convenience and efficiency in recharging to smaller form-factor EVs.
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