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Garibaldi Resources launches online marketing and awareness program via AGORACOM

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VANCOUVER, Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Garibaldi Resources Corp. (TSXV: GGI) (the "Company" or "Garibaldi") is pleased to announce an online marketing and awareness program through AGORACOM.

Garibaldi will receive significant exposure through millions of content brand insertions on the AGORACOM network and extensive search engine marketing over the next 12 months. In addition, exclusive sponsorships of invaluable digital properties such as AGORACOM TV, the AGORACOM home page and the AGORACOM Twitter account will serve to significantly raise the brand awareness of Garibaldi among small cap investors.

Steve Regoci, Garibaldi President and C.E.O. stated, "These are exciting times for Garibaldi with exceptional opportunities for our company in both Mexico and British Columbia, and of course in the Sheslay Valley of northwest B.C. we just recently announced the expansion and acceleration of our Grizzly project.  We're delighted to embark on this phase of our branding and awareness campaign.  AGORACOM has proven to be a leader in their space and we are happy to have engaged their services."


Garibaldi intends to issue shares for services to AGORACOM in exchange for the online advertising, marketing and branding services ("Advertising Services").  Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, the company will be issuing $12,500 + HST Shares For Services at end of first quarter May 3rd 2014, $12,500 + HST Shares For Services at end of the second quarter August 3rd 2014, $12,500 + HST Shares For Services at end the third quarter November 3rd 2014 and $12,500 + HST Shares For Services at end of the fourth quarter February 3rd 2015.

The number of shares to be issued at the end of each quarter will be determined by using the closing price of the Shares of Garibaldi on the TSX Venture Exchange on the first trading day of the month following each period for which the Advertising Services were provided by AGORACOM.

The term of the Agreement is 12 months and Garibaldi expects to issue the first tranche of shares on May 3rd 2014.

About Garibaldi

Garibaldi Resources Corp. is an active Canadian-based junior exploration company focused on creating shareholder value through discoveries and strategic development of its assets in some of the most prolific mining regions of Mexico and British Columbia.  Check out the company's web site ( for the latest corporate videos and project information including updated maps for the Sheslay Valley area.


AGORACOM is the pioneer of online investor relations, online conferences and online branding services to North American small and mid-cap public companies, with more than 250 companies served. More than just lip service, AGORACOM is the home of more than 873K investors that visited 6.1 million times and read 57 million pages of information every year (Average 2008 - 2013).

AGORACOM traffic ranks within the top 0.5% of all websites around the world. These traffic results are independently tracked and verified by Google analytics. AGORACOM traffic can be attributed to its strategy of maintaining the cleanest, moderated small-cap discussion as a result of implementing the first ever Investor Controlled Stock Discussion Forums.

AGORACOM Founder, George Tsiolis, publishes the leading blog on small to mid cap investor relations. His 50 Small-Cap CEO Lessons are a must read for CEO's looking to increase their education and knowledge about online investor relations.

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per:  "Steve Regoci" 
  Steve Regoci, President

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider accepts responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.

SOURCE Garibaldi Resources Corp.

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