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SeaLife Corporation Retains the Services Of GMF Relations.

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CULVER CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 20, 2003

SeaLife Corporation, (OTCBB:SLIF), the environmental biotech company behind SeaLife Anti Foul paint and the revolutionary ProTerra Plant & Soil Rescue(TM) products, has retained the services of GMF Relations, Inc. to manage the company's investor relations.

GMF Relations, Inc., based in Woodbury, New York, is a financial relations firm that specializes in managing investor relations for small-cap companies. GMF Relations' president, Gary Frank, has represented many undervalued companies with listings on the NASDAQ stock exchanges. Most recently, Frank has represented Take Two Interactive Software (Nasdaq:TTWO), Bio-Ref Labs (Nasdaq:BRLI), and Able Laboratories (Nasdaq:ABRX formally Bulletin Board: DYGN).

"SeaLife Corporation is set for spectacular growth and we are pleased to be associated with the company at this important stage," said Gary Frank of GMF Relations. "The company has now decided it is time to widen their focus to include a more proactive program of financial public relations."

Robert McCaslin, CEO of SeaLife Corporation, stated, "Now that we are beginning to see the benefit of a number of strategic growth and marketing initiatives, we have decided to retain GMF Relations to help us fully inform the investment community of our success story."

SeaLife Corporation is the developer and manufacturer of SeaLife Anti-Foul Paints, uniquely formulated, environmentally safe, anti-foul, anti-corrosive coatings for the commercial maritime industry, the military, and the recreational boat owner. The company's proprietary technology, the result of 12 years of research conducted by prominent laboratories in the United States and Europe, has made it possible to effectively replace the commonly used anti-fouling agent Tributyl tin (TBT), a toxic compound banned globally as of January 1, 2003. SeaLife Corporation is able to provide its customers with 2003-compliant anti-foul coatings that meet the stringent requirements of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), and local EPA agencies. SeaLife Corporation will continue to introduce new quality products based on its innovative enviro-technology, offering simple, economic solutions to the complex problems of environmental pollution.

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: Except for historical information, the forward looking matters discussed in this news release are subject to certain risks and uncertainties including, but not limited to, the Company's liquidity and the ability to obtain financing, the timing of regulatory approvals, as well as other risks indicated from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company assumes no obligation to update or supplement forward-looking statements that become untrue because of subsequent events. Visit our web site:
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