SOURCE: Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

Deep Blue Marine, Inc.

November 25, 2009 11:43 ET

Deep Blue Marine, Inc. and Its Wholly Owned Subsidiary, Deep Blue Treasures, Launch New Gold Recovery Program in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - November 25, 2009) - Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBE) made business news headlines today in Utah as Allan Baird, President of Deep Blue Treasures, unveiled his dynamic marketing plan for gold buying.

Today the news broke in the Salt Lake Tribune that Mr. Baird has signed an agreement with the Jordan School District to set up gold purchasing events sanctioned by the PTA of different schools in the district. Mr. Baird will spend approximately one week in each school two times per year buying gold from parents and students, with 20% of all the proceeds of the purchases going towards the school's fund raising drives to assist in classroom projects and student awards. Mr. Baird spent several months getting FBI and background searches performed as part of his self imposed due diligence presented to school boards in Utah.

Allan Baird, President of Deep Blue Treasures, had this to say, "Profits from our purchases help fund the schools and continue with the recovery efforts of our country's history. At a time when so many are ignoring the great contributions of the soldiers and sailors who helped make America what it is today, we are looking for ways to preserve our past. We also have set up a scholarship fund from a portion of the profits for students in the Caribbean country where this particular historical recovery is ongoing."

Deep Blue Treasures also puts on history lessons and provides educational artifact tours to the students of the schools where they purchase the gold. The parent company, Deep Blue Marine, Inc., is currently recovering artifacts from a ship that fought in the War of Independence for America. The ship sank October 18th, 1782 and recovery of the wreckage began in earnest on 2007. Mr. Baird has personally worked on the wreck and has been involved in the recovery of hundreds of artifacts. One of the artifacts that Mr. Baird takes to the schools and talks to the students about is a 9'6" 4,000 lb. cannon recovered from the ship and restored to prime condition.

Wilf Blum, CEO of Deep Blue Marine, Inc., said, "Allan has worked tirelessly on this program and we are very excited about the direction he taken it. His division has been profitable in the past, and it looks as if his foresight and continued efforts are paying off. Mr. Baird has worked long and hard on this program and the company wishes to congratulate him on his success thus far."

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