“All land assets owned by Seis Technologies that have a flagpole and flags on site should lower all flags to half mast as to comply with Temporary Executive Policy TEP-1213-NT. This policy, as you can imagine, has been passed in response to the recent, horrific massacre of the ceremony at National Guard Park at the hands of the known superhuman terrorist group The Conservationists.”
-Internal Office Memo
Undoubtedly, most of the world has already heard of the tragedy that has befallen Trimountaine and, in the united nature of humans, that has befallen the world. Earlier today, the Conservationists attacked National Guard Park during the celebration of Trimountaine’s official birthday. Though this attack was directed at one of the delusional group’s targets who they claim would cause a future dystopia to form, many were caught in the crossfire. Superhumans, NDSA agents, civilians, politicians. Perhaps saddest of all was the death of late Mayor Lucille Reyes. She barely had time to shape Trimountaine into the beautiful, bustling city it is destined to be, though there is no doubt here death will shape the city for years to come. Our hearts and prayers go out to those affected by the massacre, to the people of the city, and of course, the people of the world. I will be holding a “Public-Press Release” outside the entrance to the Seis Tech building in The Bastion tomorrow at 2 PM. If the weather is unpermitting, the Public-Press Release will still happen at the same time, just inside the lobby. As usual, Seis Security forces will be present to oversee the event, and both citizens and press are free to ask questions afterwards.
In Honor of the Slain,
~CEO Dr. James Seis
Seis Technologies CEO Dr. James Seis recently signed a “general-contract” extension deal with the NDSA. This extension agreement will extend the life of contracts held with the NDSA for 5 years. Contracts included are: Computer contracts, Weapons contracts, System Security contracts, and Defense system contracts.
Dr. James Seis also pushed through company sponsored donations of a combined 300 million dollars towards the rebuilding of Newbury-Cross Hospital (which recently sustained heavy fire damage as result of a violent superhuman attack) as well as the funding of 15 homeless shelters and 35 soup kitchens, located throughout Trimountaine. When asked about these choices, Dr. Seis had this to say:
“It is imperative that people have access to medical treatment. A nearby facility working at full capacity can be the difference between life and death for hundreds. Many might think that Seis Technologies has no reason to rebuild a hospital or that we’d do it in order to make money off the sale of medical supplies. And those people have reasons to feel the way they do. But I didn’t found this company for profit. I founded it to help. And the sooner Newbury-Cross Hospital is back working at full capacity, the sooner people in need can be taken to a facility closer to them and patients that had been there previously can be returned there, taking the extra workload off of other medical facilities. That’s our reason to rebuild this hospital. And more or less, that’s why we’ve begun to fund these fifty shelters and food providers. If people want to get back on their feet, to stay healthy, to do the things they might want to do, they need to have the choice of a warm bed and a full belly. They need sleep, safety, and nutritional satisfaction. We can’t force people to use these places, but we need to make sure places like these are available. Trimountaine might be the world’s youngest city, but we can still be troubled by the world’s oldest problems. And here as Seis Technologies, we’re trying to solve those old problems while also solving tomorrow’s problems.”