SOURCE: Secure Runway Systems Corp.

March 11, 2010 16:31 ET

Secure Runway Systems Announces Letter of Intent for Ontario Gold Property

TORONTO--(Marketwire - March 11, 2010) - Secure Runway Systems (PINKSHEETS: SRWY) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a Letter of Intent dated March 10, 2010 with International Explorers and Prospectors Inc. and Explorers Alliance Corp., which are both private companies.

SRWY has signed a letter of intent to acquire 15 mining claims situated in Northern Ontario near the Town of Temagami, Ontario. The mining claims were previously owned by Delhi Gold Mines Ltd. The property is situated in Delhi Township, District of Sudbury.

Edward Minnema, President of SRWY states that the property has had some historic work performed, including an existing audit in 1951. Previous sampling includes gold grading of .41 Oz. / ton, silver grading of 25 oz./ton, and 19% lead.

We are very excited to be dealing with International Explorers and Prospectors Inc. and Explorers Alliance Corp., to reach a mutually beneficial definitive agreement in the near future. We believe that this will be the first of many prospective mining properties to be added to our company's mining portfolio. The company expects the letter of intent to be formalized by a definitive agreement within the next 10 days.

About Secure Runway Systems Corp.

Secure Runway Systems plans to add to the Company a diverse range of business ventures which will appeal to a broad audience so the Company will grow together with those different sectors of the economy. The company is currently investigating various business ventures including those in the retail and mining exploration sectors of the economy.

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