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Deep Blue Marine Announces the Format of the Treasure Hunting Trivia Game

Deep Blue Marine Announces the Format of the Treasure Hunting Trivia Game

KEY WEST, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 11/27/07 -- Deep Blue Marine, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: DPBM) is pleased to announce the format of the treasure hunting trivia game beginning approximately Jan. 2008. It will consist of 1,000 questions per month that will require 1-2 word answers. For example, "What was the name of the French ship that sunk on October 18, 1782 in Samana Bay?" Answer: Le Scipion. The person who answers the most questions correctly wins the car, the second place wins the Cannon, third wins the sword.

The trivia game will start prior to the reality series. Questions will be of historical nature, i.e., sea battle, sailors, pirates and nautical history. There will be 1-2 words placed on the database and only the correct answers will be recognized, with a minimum of 12,000 questions over the year. In the case of a tie, a tie breaker will be created.

For further information contact: media@alldeepblue.com

For those interested in this company please go to www.alldeepblue.com

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