PRESS RELEASE: September 10, 2020

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 10, 2020

Lion Power Services, Mammoth Energy Services donates $14,000 to Hotdogs for the Homeless

Winner announced in the fundraiser drawing for trip to Hawaii

OKLAHOMA CITY, September 10, 2020 – Lion Power Services and Mammoth Energy Services, Inc. (NASDAQ:TUSK) are proud to give back to the community and support a worthy cause. Combined the companies raised $14,000 for Hotdogs for the Homeless, a
charity which feeds and provides basic needs for the homeless population in Oklahoma City. The fundraiser included a raffle, which was won by Laura Talbert. Talbert won a trip for two to Hawaii complete with airfare and accommodations.

Hotdogs for the Homeless began supporting the homeless population 17 years ago. Management from Mammoth Energy has been involved in the charity and fundraising efforts for the past several years. “Even in a pandemic, amidst tough economic times, people still have it in their hearts to give,” said Rick Swyden, Founder of Hotdogs for the Homeless. “The homeless population are very susceptible to the pandemic, and we want to help these people in any way we can. We feel blessed beyond words to receive this financial gift.” Hotdogs for the Homeless provides a weekly meal that many depend on. Alongside the meals often come socks, toothbrushes, and other basic supplies.

“It’s more than just about hotdogs,” said Mammoth Energy’s Vice President of Corporate Development, Phil Lancaster. “It’s about making a human connection. Seeing these people every week and listening to their needs.” Lancaster’s children volunteered for Hotdogs for the Homeless 13 years ago and that’s how the relationship began between the companies and the charity. The charity requires about a thousand dollars a month to feed 250 people each week in Oklahoma City. Volunteers are needed every Sunday. For more information, visit
hotdogsforthehomeless.com

 Pictured left to right: Shawn Mangan, Lion Power Services VP of Business Development; Phil Lancaster, Mammoth Energy Services VP of Corporate Development; Rick Swyden, Founder of Hotdogs for the Homeless; Tom Leech, Lion Power Services VP of Transmission Operations; and Ed Will, President of Lion Power Services.

 

Pictured left to right: Phil Lancaster, Mammoth Energy Services VP of Corporate Development; Shawn Mangan, Lion Power Services VP of Business Development; Laura Talbert, Hotdogs for the Homeless fundraiser winner; Jackie Geiger, Lion Power Services Social Media/Marketing Coordinator; and Tom Leech Lion Power Services VP of Transmission Operations.

 

 

Contact:
Shawn Mangan
Vice President of Business Development
Lion Power Services
smangan@lionpowerservices.com

 

About Lion Power Services, LLC.
Lion Power Services, LLC. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mammoth Energy Services, Inc. Lion Power Services’ electrical infrastructure division offers a full range of infrastructure construction services focused on the construction and maintenance of transmission and distribution (T&D) networks and substations. The division is vertically integrated through the ownership of helicopters. Lion Power Services leads electrical operations located across the southwest, mid-west and northeast portions of the United States for multiple investor owned utilities (IOUs), private utilities and cooperative utilities.

For additional information about Lion Power Services, please visit www.lionpowerservices.com.

About Mammoth Energy Services, Inc. 
Mammoth is an integrated, growth-oriented energy service company serving companies engaged in the exploration and development of North American onshore unconventional oil and natural gas reserves and private utilities, public investor-owned utilities and co-operative utilities through its energy infrastructure services. Mammoth’s suite of services and products include: pressure pumping services, infrastructure services, natural sand and proppant services, contract land and directional drilling services and other services.

For additional information about Mammoth Energy Services, please visit www.mammothenergy.com

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