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Bravo Multinational Incorporated (BRVO) Presents at RedChip's "Global Online Growth Conference"; BRVO Management Plans Central American Business Trip

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - October 19, 2016) - Bravo Multinational, Inc. (OTCQB: BRVO) (the "Company") is scheduled to present at RedChip's "Global Online Growth Conference" on Thursday, October 20, 2016, at 3:00 pm Eastern time.

The RedChip "Global Online Growth Conference" presentation can be viewed at www.RedChip.com (no registration is required for viewing). Bravo Management will present a full overview of current operations in Central and South America, while talking further on the Company's current income generation and future income projections. A live Q&A session will follow the investor presentation.

RedChip's "Global Online Growth Conference" brings together investors and executives of microcap companies, representing a broad spectrum of industries and sectors, including oil & gas, technology, mining, healthcare, consumer goods, energy, and more. More than 10,000 investors attend RedChip's microcap conference series each year.

Central America

Bravo management plans a business trip and schedules attendance at several business meetings in Central America. The purpose is to meet with leading local business associates to plan for the enhancement and growth of Bravo's current business ventures, as well as, assess additional opportunities to grow the BRVO's holdings. Management will also be inspecting two preselected proposed locations for "Gaming Operations" in San Salvador, El Salvador which are to be operated under Bravo's "Gaming License - Operational Rights." Lastly, a meeting will be scheduled with the president of the National Football Federation (soccer) in El Salvador to discuss a mutually beneficial business venture with Bravo. Management remains confident that this trip can extend its plans on business advancements throughout its operational base in Latin America.

Business Operations

Currently, BRVO is primarily engaged in Casino Gaming equipment and gaming related activities in three Latin American countries, Nicaragua, Columbia and El Salvador. Bravo has purchased $2.3US Million dollars in Casino gaming equipment in San Andres, Columbia, which is to be leased to an established gaming operator. The Company has contracted to purchase 500 Casino gaming machines so far 150 have been placed and managed under a "National Gaming License" in Nicaragua. Recently, BRVO purchased the "Operational Rights" to two "Gaming and Betting Licenses" for two separate municipalities in San Salvador, El Salvador.

In addition to these operations, the Company intends to rapidly expand further ventures in all three of these countries which are all very welcoming to foreign investment expansion. Management's primary focus is in the expansion and growth of its casino gaming, betting and gaming equipment interests, so as to rapidly increase its income base and enhance shareholder values.

About Bravo Multinational Incorporated:

Bravo Multinational Incorporated (OTCQB: BRVO) is a diversified Company, with its main focus on the development and expansion of the Casino Gaming Equipment holdings and Gaming related business activities throughout Central and South America. Bravo's growth strategy, driven by partnerships, acquisitions, and new ventures should result in financially viable and profitable corporate divisions.

For further information about Bravo Multinational Incorporated, please contact, Michael Sullivan, RedChip Companies Inc., 407-644-4256 ext.115, [email protected], www.redchip.com and www.bravomultinational.com

Bravo Multinational Incorporated cautions that the statements made in this press release and other forward looking statements made on behalf of the Company may be affected by such other factors including, but not limited to, vagaries of trade, market competition and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings of the Company.

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RedChip Companies Inc.
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