SOURCE: Deep Blue Marine Inc.

Deep Blue Marine Inc.

February 11, 2009 09:30 ET

Deep Blue Marine Inc. Announces the "Can You Dig It?" Contest Winners

SALT LAKE CITY, UT--(Marketwire - February 11, 2009) - Deep Blue Marine Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBE) is pleased to announce the winners of its yearlong online contest entitled "Can You Dig It?" The contest entailed answering questions that were posted on the company website daily for an entire year about shipwrecks and other marine activities. The 1st place winner of a 1965 Shelly Cobra GSX4000 roadster is Carolyn Walmsley of Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. The 2nd prize of a restored Civil War Cannon went to Tammy Nunally of Saint Mary's, Ohio, and 3rd prize of an authentic French made sword from the time of the War of Independence (1770-1785) went to Terri Gulasy of Tulsa, Oklahoma. All three winners reported that it took a lot of time, work and effort to complete the contest and were amazed at how much they learned about being a maritime researcher.

Deep Blue Marine congratulates the winners and commends the efforts of the over 1,000 entrants who played the game.

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