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Warrant Symbol - ORR.WT
Number Trading - 2.5 million
Expiration Date - Nov. 17, 2008
Cusip - 687083 11 3
Exercise Price - $0.75

Warrants called to trade news:
Oromonte rolls back, begins trading as Georox Aug. 26

2008-08-25 11:50 MT - News Release
Oromonte Resources Inc. has implemented its previously approved share consolidation on a one-for-three basis and a name change to Georox Resources Inc. The share consolidation and name change were approved at the company's annual and special meeting of shareholders held on June 30, 2008, with 86.9 per cent of the votes cast in favour of the consolidation and name change.

Effective at the market opening Aug. 26, 2008, the company's common shares and common-share purchase warrants currently listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbols ORR and ORR.WT, respectively, will commence trading under the new name Georox Resources under the new symbols GXR and GXR.WT, respectively, and on a postconsolidation basis.

Prior to the consolidation, the company had issued capital of 30,703,553 common shares and 30,703,553 common shares on a fully diluted basis. As a result of the consolidation, the company has approximately 10,234,518 common shares outstanding and approximately 10,234,518 common shares on a fully diluted basis. Outstanding common share purchase warrants and stock options have been adjusted to reflect the consolidation and notice of the consolidation and the adjustments will be provided to holders of common share purchase warrants on Aug. 26, 2008.

The board of directors believes that the anticipated higher share price resulting from the consolidation will assist in generating investor interest. There can be no assurance that any increase in the market price per common share will result from the consolidation and there is no assurance that a higher share price will generate increased investor interest.

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