Treasure Hunters, GME, Seek Funds For Deepwater Salvage

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Friday, October 04, 2013
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Florida-based Global Marine Exploration, Inc. (GME) seeks to raise $12 million dollars to continue development of their deep underwater salvage division GME Deep . This effort is the next step in the company's plan to rescue billions in gold and treasure from the ocean depths.

GME, in collaboration with world-renowned shipwreck explorer and archaeologist Sir Robert Marx, will be hosting a private investment event in Orlando, Florida. Investors will be treated to an in-depth look at the new age of historic shipwreck exploration.

In this seminar Marx will explain; why now is the time to get involved in this developing industry, and why GME will quickly become the industry leader. Marx has published 64 books more than 900 archaeological reports and articles on the subject of shipwrecks and salvage. He has been knighted in 3 countries for his work, which spans 50 years and 60 countries.

Recent advances in deep-water technology are opening up a trove of immensely profitable and previously unobtainable shipwrecks. GME's use of Nuytco Research's 'DeepWorker' submersibles and the new state-of-the-art 'Exosuit' one atmosphere pressure suit will position GME as the only organization in the world using these deep-ocean tools in treasure salvage operations. The Nuytco Research devices are currently in use by the US Navy, a number of international navies, NASA, NOAA and several other deep-ocean research institutes.

Accredited investors are invited to joinSir Robert Marx and GME, for an in-depth look at the potential rewards of such an investment. The event will be held in Orlando, FL October 25th 2013. For event details and to reserve your invitation contact: 
Robert Pritchett – (813) 777-1977 bpb1313@gmail.com 
Ron Alber – (813) 777-1356 ron@gmexploration.com 
www.gmexploration.com

 

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