Vancouver, October 6, 2006 — Galway Resources Ltd. (TSXV:GWY ) (“Galway” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has engaged Scott F. Gibson & Company Inc. (“Gibson & Company”) to assist in the design and implementation of a comprehensive marketing and investor communications program for the Company. Under the renewable agreement, Gibson & Company will receive a fee of $5,000 per month for a term of twelve months. Both Gibson & Company and its principal, Scott Gibson, are at arms-length to the Company.
Gibson & Company is a strategic marketing and communication firm. Scott Gibson and his team will be responsible for providing advice to the Company with respect to corporate development, producing and distributing effective marketing communication tools and increasing investor awareness.
About Galway Resources
Galway is a mining exploration company focused on developing three recently acquired advanced exploration projects that are located in the United States. Collectively, the three projects have 300,000 feet of historical drilling. Each of the projects is located in the United States in states that have a history of mining, and are well situated with regards to existing infrastructure. The Company has successfully compiled all the historical data on each project and has recently commenced a drilling program at the Indian Springs tungsten project and expects to begin drilling at the Victorio molybdenum-tungsten project sometime in the Fall.
For further information contact Rob Hinchcliffe at 1-800-475-2412.
On behalf of the Board of Directors
GALWAY RESOURCES LTD.
Rob Hinchcliffe, President
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