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Free Flow, Inc. (FFLO) is a OTC BB/Pink sheet company incorporated in Delaware. FFLO Consists of multiple Businesses which make up Subsidiaries and Divisions:

JK Sales Corp.

JKS is a subsidiary of FFLO. JKS plans to build a covered auto recycling i.e., a disassembly, warehousing and shipping facility of used auto parts and tires, on its nineteen + (19+) acre facility in King George, Virginia. The location is an existing approved Recycling operation and has existed as a licensed Auto Wrecking facility for many years.

HYGIENIQ.COM

HYGIENIQ.COM is a division of FFLO. HYGIENiQ™ is a revolutionary sterilizing, deodorizing and air-purifying technology. It is the easiest and most effective way to constantly sterilize/deodorize/air purify the inside of motor vehicles.

When exposed to sunlight, HYGIENiQ™ breaks down and eliminates all allergens, odors, and air pollutants in a vehicle, purifying and protecting car interiors for a fresher and healthier driving experience.

Motors & Metals, Inc.

As subsidiary of FFLO, the company has ongoing orders to ship automobile motors overseas. The Company also processes catalytic converters for recovery of precious metals.

Free Flow, Inc. SEC Filings

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