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Golden Star's NA Drones are Operational in Canada and Signs Pro-Snowboarder Dave Short

NEW YORK, April 8, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Golden Star Enterprises Ltd. (OTC Pink:GSPT) reports that its recent acquisition North American Drones (NA Drones) has already launched its sales and marketing operations in North America via Canada first. Through a variety of trade shows and boutique retail locations, NA Drones is now selling its current selection of drones; the Kasper, I-Sky, and X-factor. More information on these drones can be found on www.nadrone.com.

NA Drones' easy to fly approach appeals to a wide range of users, allowing beginners as well as experts the freedom to fly with precision. The company expects to attend tradeshows on a regular basis monthly and sometimes with other companies that have goods that complement its drone product line to market to business owners and retail buyers.

"A receptive response from mainstream tradeshows not specialized in technology only is very encouraging, it means that our drones just don't apply to the avid hobbyist, but the everyday person," states Matt Kelly.

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NA Drones has signed with professional snowboarder Dave Short to endorse the NA Drones brand and assist in launching its "Action Drone Campaign". Snowboarders, skiers, and most extreme athletes have been filming themselves in some form or fashion, NA Drones feels personalized aerial photography is the next logical step for these athletes. Dave Short has been covered in over 150-plus pages of print media as well as featured in such films as "Black Winter" and "In Transit". He has also been interviewed by ESPN.com and has had prestigious sponsors such as The North Face.

"Having a respected face in the snowboard world will help our product marketing credibility with extreme athletes as well as aspiring ones, and we feel Dave Short is right for this," states Matt Kelly.

More information about NAD can be found on website www.nadrone.com.
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/s/ Matt Kelly
Matt Kelly, Director

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Source:Golden Star Enterprises Ltd.