About Us

Jason Hawke is the founder and CEO of Auditech Hearing LLC, a company dedicated to improving the lives of people with hearing loss. With a background in marketing and e-commerce, Jason recognized an opportunity to disrupt the traditional hearing aid industry and create a customer-centric company.

Under Jason's leadership, Auditech Hearing has quickly become one of the fastest-growing companies in the industry, known for its innovation, quality products, and exceptional customer service. Jason's vision is to make hearing aids accessible and affordable for everyone in need, understanding the profound impact hearing loss can have on individuals' lives.

As a leader, Jason takes a hands-on approach, emphasizing attention to detail and a commitment to excellence. He fosters a company culture that values collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement.

Outside of work, Jason enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and camping, as well as spending time with his family. He is also actively involved in supporting local charities and organizations that assist individuals with hearing loss.


Auditech Hearing Aids is here to help you take control of your hearing!

At Auditech Hearing, we believe that everyone deserves to hear better, and we're constantly striving to develop new and innovative solutions to meet the needs of our customers. We're proud to offer our customers the latest in hearing aid technology, including our brand new and enhanced over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids. Our  innovative CIC and BTE devices provide discreet and comfortable solution that delivers an optimal sound experience.

You won't even know you're wearing hearing aids! 

Why is Hearing Health So Important?

Whether you or your loved ones are experiencing hearing loss, it’s important to ask questions and get the support you need. Our world-class 24/7 customer service is here to assist you along the journey to hearing better.

“My grandkids admitted that I was making them crazy asking them to repeat everything. Now I hear it all...and I may go crazy. As the kids say, “LOL!”