A. Our identifications can be found here.As the business owner, I have been a part of the Los Angeles textile district for 29 years. There is hardly any established and reputable business around here that would be unknown to me. As large of a geographical area as it may be, we are a community. We share suppliers,contractors, landlords, brokers, designers, bankers, and at times we share the same market. Yet, in the past few months, I have seen many newnames coming around online selling just about everything we desperately need, all claiming to be part of our community. Sadly, many such claims are false. So, I suggest you do your research and check out how long the seller has been in business, who is associated with the organization and ask about where their products are physically made, not just where the products are located currently. A simple Google search about thesite or company can help you see their history. Keep in mind there were no face mask producers in Feb 2020, and any reputable manufacturing was busy making something else. For example, a simple search for LALinen.com would result in a very long history of event linens sold by every major platform around the globe. We manufacture all of our masks in our Los Angeles factory.