REVOLUTION RESOURCES           CORP.        CORPORATE PRESENTATION“Advanced Exploration of Historic Belts in the US and Me...
Forward Looking StatementsForward-Looking Statements: Some statements in this news release contain forward-lookinginformat...
Investment Highlights•   TSX:RV•   Two large district-scale property    portfolios     • Champion Hills, North Carolina   ...
Technical Advisory    Management & Directors                                                       Board•   Aaron Keay: Pr...
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About the Carolina Slate Belt•   Carolina gold rush pre-dates California gold rush    as first in United States•   Mined s...
Slate Belt Deposits & Resources
Champion Hills Trend                       8
Comparable Geology to Haile Mine     Revolution’s Champion Hills Trend              Romarco’s Haile Deposit• Similar struc...
Champion Hills Gold Discovery               •   Emerging gold district with                   historical production       ...
Jones-Keystone & Loflin                          JK11-17: 104.0m avg 1.27 g/t Au                           Including 40.0m...
Jones-Keystone & Loflin            •   Mine development in the 1930’s:                mostly limited to surface saprolite ...
2010/2011 Exploration Results                     Hole ID     From (m)         To (m)          Interval (m)    Grade      ...
Jones-Keystone Geology &                   Mineralization             Cross-section area•   Focused along NE trend with si...
Jones-Keystone 3D Model                                              Elev (Z)                                             ...
Loflin Geology & Mineralization                 Cross-section area•   Mineralization is focused along a NE   •   Zone wide...
Loflin 3D Model                                                           •3D view of main Loflin                         ...
Jerico Hill•   Newly discovered occurrence of gold and    silver rich altered and veined sediments•   JH11-001: 22.5m avg ...
Summary of Champion Hills•   Multiple discoveries made within first    season of exploration•   Expected resource in 2012 ...
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Mexico Deposits and Resources                                              Palmarejo Mine                                 ...
Property Agreement Terms•   Option to acquire 100% of entire    property portfolio•   To acquire initial 60%, Revolution w...
Introduction to Universo & La BufaUniverso: New District Contiguous with Penasquito and Camino Rojo• 350,000 hectares on t...
Universo Property      Goldcorp reserves and resources cited as of December 31, 2010 as per Goldcorp’s corporate website. ...
Universo Targets  Navarro Target  Historic Drilling with 21.3m  of 11.7 g/t Au, 37 g/t Ag  including 1.5m of 121 g/t AuLa ...
Navarro Targets     •   Small mine production: Esquivel: 2,400 tons of         13 g/t Au, 90g/t Ag     •   Non-compliant r...
Navarro Targets                  27
Chiqui Target        •   Circa1970’s-80’s underground mining            focused on antimony-gold            mineralization...
Universo         Summary•   Multiple targets trending with    Penasquito, Camino Rojo, Charcas,    and Cerro San Pedro•   ...
La Bufa          *Resource and reserve estimates taken from                  company websites as of April 2012    30
La Bufa Overview•   1940’s production: 1Mt at 2.9 g/t Au and    2.5% Cu from Carmen vein system•   Along prominent ENE tre...
La Bufa ZonesSample #     Prospect           Au g/t   Ag g/t   Cu%1018994      San Fernando         21.9     14.2         ...
Capital SnapshotCompleted IPO Q2 2010Issued & Outstanding:                      89,740,790   Working Capital:             ...
Why Revolution Resources•   High-quality gold discovery in politically stable jurisdiction,    targeting a 1Moz initial go...
Corporate Contact                            Investor Relations      Aaron Keay                                    Dylan B...
REVOLUTION RESOURCES        CORP.  CORPORATE PRESENTATION   OCTOBER 2010 MOCK-UP                               36         ...
APPENDIXDirector BiographiesAdvisor BiographiesCompany History                       37
Board of DirectorsAaron Keay                                          Robert McLeodPresident, CEO & Director              ...
Advisors & Executive TeamRobert McLeod, P.Geo                                             Darin Wagner, P.GeoAdvisor, Revo...
Company HistoryOperations:•   November 2010 – commence drilling at Champion Hills in the Carolina Slate Belt, North Caroli...
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  1. 1. REVOLUTION RESOURCES CORP. CORPORATE PRESENTATION“Advanced Exploration of Historic Belts in the US and Mexico” OCTOBER 2010 MOCK-UP 1 Q2 2012
  2. 2. Forward Looking StatementsForward-Looking Statements: Some statements in this news release contain forward-lookinginformation or forward-looking statements for the purposes of applicable securities laws. Thesestatements include, among others, statements with respect to proposed exploration, developmentand production activities and their timing, potential mineralization and the anticipated acquisitionof property interests. These statements address future events and conditions and, as such,involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actualresults, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results,performance or achievements expressed or implied by the statements. Such factors include,among others, receipt of regulatory approvals, completion of anticipated transactions, the timingand success of future exploration, development and production activities, exploration anddevelopment risks, expenditure and financing requirements, title matters, third party consents,operating hazards, metal prices, political and economic factors, competitive factors, generaleconomic conditions, relationships with vendors and strategic partners, governmental regulationand supervision, seasonality, technological change, industry practices and one-time events. Inmaking the forward-looking statements, the Company has applied several material assumptionsincluding, but not limited to, the assumptions that: (1) the proposed exploration and developmentof mineral projects will proceed as planned; (2) market fundamentals will result in sustainedmetals and minerals prices and (3) any additional financing needed will be available onreasonable terms. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update orrevise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events orotherwise except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation. 2
  3. 3. Investment Highlights• TSX:RV• Two large district-scale property portfolios • Champion Hills, North Carolina • Universo and La Bufa properties, Mexico• Capital resources on hand to advance both property portfolios Champion Hills• Directed by a management and Universo & La Bufa technical team with previous take over experience; most recently Underworld Resources 3
  4. 4. Technical Advisory Management & Directors Board• Aaron Keay: President, CEO & Director • Robert McLeod, P.Geo• Michael Williams: Chairman (Revolution Resources)• Robert McLeod: Vice President of • Dr. Peter Megaw, PHD, CPG Exploration & Director (MAG Silver)• Georg Hochwimmer: Director • Darin Wagner, P.Geo• Terry Bell: Director (Balmoral Resources)• Jonathan Richards: CFO • Hugh Willson, MSc, P.Geo (Capstone Mining)• Pete Evans: Senior Project Geologist • Joey Wilkins, BSc• Katie Lucas: Senior Project Geologist (Full Metal Minerals) 4
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  6. 6. About the Carolina Slate Belt• Carolina gold rush pre-dates California gold rush as first in United States• Mined since early 1800’s, small production through 1930’s• Exploration and production by many senior gold companies during 80’s & 90’s – Ridgeway Mine 1.5Moz Au produced (Kennecott) – Haile Mine 4.2Moz Au resource estimate (Romarco)• Similar parallel systems and structural controls to Carlin and Battle Mountain trends in Nevada• Favourable jurisdiction, no exploration permits, private landowners 6
  7. 7. Slate Belt Deposits & Resources
  8. 8. Champion Hills Trend 8
  9. 9. Comparable Geology to Haile Mine Revolution’s Champion Hills Trend Romarco’s Haile Deposit• Similar structural controls between Haile and Champion Hills• Several million ounce potential deposits 9
  10. 10. Champion Hills Gold Discovery • Emerging gold district with historical production • Multiple mineralized zones identified • Drilled Jones-Keystone, Loflin, and Jerico Hill during 2011 • Seven key properties across +7,500 acres • Near surface, bulk tonnage gold mineralization • Multiple potential deposits throughout the district • Drilled 21,904 meters in 2011 10
  11. 11. Jones-Keystone & Loflin JK11-17: 104.0m avg 1.27 g/t Au Including 40.0m avg 2.33 g/t Au LF10-17: 70.0m avg 1.10 g/t Au LF10-18: 30.0m avg 2.59 g/t Au 11
  12. 12. Jones-Keystone & Loflin • Mine development in the 1930’s: mostly limited to surface saprolite zone • Noranda owned from 1989-92: mapping, soils, trenching, 23 drill holes (3,000m) plus various surface geophysics • Work ceased due to low metal prices • 4,730 meters, 27 holes completed at Loflin by Revolution • 10,440 meters, 48 holes completed at Jones-Keystone by Revolution • Approximately 2-3km along the same trend 12
  13. 13. 2010/2011 Exploration Results Hole ID From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Grade LF10-017 26.0 96.0 70.0 1.10 g/t Au LF10-018 14.0 88.0 74.0 1.12 g/t Au Including 36.0 66.0 30.0 2.59 g/t Au Loflin LF11-030 0.0 32.0 32.0 1.34 g/t Au Including 25.9 32.0 6.10 4.13 g/t Au LF11-031 0.0 29.0 29.0 1.05 g/t Au JK10-06 184.0 238.0 57.0 1.56 g/t Au Including 200.0 228.0 28.0 3.01 g/t Au JK11-017 28.0 132.0 104.0 1.27 g/t Au Including 64.0 104.0 40.0 2.33 g/t AuJones-Keystone JK11-026 104.0 130.0 26.0 0.96 g/t Au JK11-027 120.0 144.0 24.0 0.84 g/t Au JK11-028 140.0 152.0 12.0 0.94 g/t Au JK11-036 45.0 61.7 15.2 1.36 g/t Au JK11-048 103.5 138.0 34.5 1.11 g/t Au 13
  14. 14. Jones-Keystone Geology & Mineralization Cross-section area• Focused along NE trend with similar • High grade zones occur where multiple trending syncline structures intersect• Zones are open along both limbs and • Hosted in mafic flows and down plunge volcanoclastics 14
  15. 15. Jones-Keystone 3D Model Elev (Z) •3D view of main JK zones, shown in gold. •View looking down to the SW through the deposit. •Main zone folded along Open NE-SW trending syncline, with 15o plunge to SW. Open •Break in SW corner of JK11-26 mineralization caused by late NW trending offset JK11-06 structures.East (X) JK11-24 •Break in NE corner of the mineralization is open ground, to be drilled in North (Y) 2012. Open JK11-17 •Zones are open in both directions along strike, and down plunge. 15
  16. 16. Loflin Geology & Mineralization Cross-section area• Mineralization is focused along a NE • Zone widens where multiple structures trend within the core of a similar intersect trending syncline • Hosted mainly in volcanoclastics and• Zone is open in both the NE and SW tuffs direction 16
  17. 17. Loflin 3D Model •3D view of main Loflin zone, shown in gold. East Elev (Z) •View is looking down to (X) LF10-17 & the southeast through the LF10-18 deposit. •Main zone is hosted withinOpen Open the core of a NE-SW trending syncline, with a gentle plunge to the NE. •Zone is open in both directions along strike, and down plunge. North (Y) 17
  18. 18. Jerico Hill• Newly discovered occurrence of gold and silver rich altered and veined sediments• JH11-001: 22.5m avg 6.10 g/t Au, 258.7 g/t Ag including 7.93m avg 16.06g/t Au, 698.7 g/t Ag• Approximately 8km from Jones-Keystone and Loflin on trend• No previous known history of exploration or lode production• Historically mined for alluvial gold• Current interpretation is that the mineralized zone has a subhorizontal orientation 18
  19. 19. Summary of Champion Hills• Multiple discoveries made within first season of exploration• Expected resource in 2012 with a target of one million ounces gold• Significant land package with multiple untested and unexplored targets remaining• Existing targets remain open for expansion in all directions and untested at depth• Revolution continues to expand its acreage package and advance exploration initiatives 19
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  21. 21. Mexico Deposits and Resources Palmarejo Mine Coeur D’Alene 122.2 Moz Ag*La Bufa Penasquito Mine Goldcorp 17.8 Moz Au*Lluvia 882 Moz Ag* Camino Rojode Oro Goldcorp 4.0 Moz Au* 68.32 Moz Ag*Montañade Oro Universo Alamo Dorado Pan American Cerro San Pedro 1.69 Moz Au* New Gold 122.2 Moz Ag* 3.7 Moz Au* 129.8 Moz Ag* *Resource and reserve estimates taken from company websites as of April 2012 21
  22. 22. Property Agreement Terms• Option to acquire 100% of entire property portfolio• To acquire initial 60%, Revolution will: – Issue 9.9% of I/OS to LSG – Incur $35M by August, 2016• At Revolution’s option, the Company can acquire the remaining 40% for $20 per ounce of gold equivalent• Revolution has a shotgun clause in the agreement terms to acquire 100% prior to expenditures of $35M on the properties. Calcanthite coating at Carmen Vein, La Bufa 22
  23. 23. Introduction to Universo & La BufaUniverso: New District Contiguous with Penasquito and Camino Rojo• 350,000 hectares on trend with major mines• 7 Recon-generated gold prospects• Multiple drill ready targets, historic productionLa Bufa: Multiple Vein Targets• 1940’s historical production at Carmen Vein, 1Mt at 2.9 g/t Au, 2.5% Cu• Recent sampling completed by Revolution reported: – Newly identified Cazadores Prospect: 11.3% Cu and 2,170g/t Au – San Fernando Prospect: 21.9g/t Au, 14.2g/t Ag, and 5.7% Cu – Golondrina Vein: 10.4g/t Au, 10.1g/t Ag, and 2.35% Cu – Carmen Vein: 3.8g/t Au, 0.97% Cu and 11.4g/t Ag 23
  24. 24. Universo Property Goldcorp reserves and resources cited as of December 31, 2010 as per Goldcorp’s corporate website. New Gold reserves and resources cited as of December 31, 2011 as per New Gold’s corporate website. 24
  25. 25. Universo Targets Navarro Target Historic Drilling with 21.3m of 11.7 g/t Au, 37 g/t Ag including 1.5m of 121 g/t AuLa Perdida TargetWidespread jasperoid alterationwith up to 6.0g/t Au sampled Esquivel Mine 2,400 tonnes @ 13 g/t Au, 90 g/t AgCinco Estrellas Mine47,000 tonnes @ 16 g/t Au, 900 g/t Ag Chiqui TargetResource Estimate (non-compliant)* Two sig gold samples: 7.76 g/t Au & 7.75g/t Au Widespread +1.0 g/t Au *Non-compliant resource estimate. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources, the issuer is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources and the historical estimate should not be relied upon. 25
  26. 26. Navarro Targets • Small mine production: Esquivel: 2,400 tons of 13 g/t Au, 90g/t Ag • Non-compliant resource estimate: Cinco Estrellas: 47,000 tons @ 16g/t Au, 900g/t Ag • Historic drilling encountered 1.5m of 121.0 g/t Au within 21.3m of 11.7 g/t Au and 37 g/t Ag starting at 126.5m, SE of Cinco Estrellas. • Widespread anomalous Au and Ag, >0.1g/t • Majority of targets hosted in carbonate rocks, low angle thrust fault and high angle NNW to EW trending fault controlled mineralization • High-level low-sulfidation epithermal Au-Ag characteristics throughout property along with key trace elemental signatures such as Hg, Sb and As. 26
  27. 27. Navarro Targets 27
  28. 28. Chiqui Target • Circa1970’s-80’s underground mining focused on antimony-gold mineralization, <10,000 tons • High grade Au+/-Ag detected in 1994 and recent sampling, six samples <2.12 g/t Au (high of 7.76 g/t Au) and twenty- five samples >1.0 g/t Au • Two significant samples with gold: 7.76g/t Au and 7.75g/t Au • Anomalous gold over 200m strike length and 40m width minimum dimensions • Target never drilled, 100% owned • High-level low-sulfidation epithermal Au- Ag characteristics throughout property with key trace elemental signatures such as Hg, Sb and As 28
  29. 29. Universo Summary• Multiple targets trending with Penasquito, Camino Rojo, Charcas, and Cerro San Pedro• One of the largest under-explored land Cinco Estrellas packages available in Mexico• Previous high-grade production in multiple areas; typical of private family production in Mexico• Initial drill results from Phase 1 program expected in Q2 2012 29
  30. 30. La Bufa *Resource and reserve estimates taken from company websites as of April 2012 30
  31. 31. La Bufa Overview• 1940’s production: 1Mt at 2.9 g/t Au and 2.5% Cu from Carmen vein system• Along prominent ENE trend of significant mineral deposits such as Batopilas (MAG Silver), El Sauzal (Goldcorp), Alamo Dorado (Pan American)• Older territory volcanics – same host rock as Batopilas (300Moz Ag resource) Copper sulphates underground Carmen Mine• Additional sub-parallel precious and base metal veins with similar grades and unexplored by modern techniques• Recent surface work by Revolution, some limited surface work by Lake Shore, never drilled Golondrina Mine 31
  32. 32. La Bufa ZonesSample # Prospect Au g/t Ag g/t Cu%1018994 San Fernando 21.9 14.2 5.71018995 Golondrina 10.4 10.1 2.351018996 Carmen 6.14 8.2 7.021018997 Carmen 0.01 3.8 0.9741018998 Carmen 0.01 11.4 3.441018999 Carmen 11.3 31.1 0.3211019000 Carmen 9.16 8.0 4.481018701 Cazadores Vein 0.01 2,170 11.31018702 Caballero Azteca 4.51 4.6 0.075 Carmen Mine Cazadores Vein 1.5km strike, 3.0m width New Discovery 1Mt Past production High grade Cu - Au Caballero Azteca Golondrina Vein 1.3km along strike, 1.0km strikeWidth up to 2.5m; Drill-ready Width up to 3.0m 32
  33. 33. Capital SnapshotCompleted IPO Q2 2010Issued & Outstanding: 89,740,790 Working Capital: $7,000,000Options 5,655,000 Management Ownership: Approx. 14%Warrants: 15,086,575 Institutional Ownership: Approx. 65%Fully Diluted: 110,482,365 Average Daily Volume (3 months): ~150,000*Cash position and share structure reflective of Analyst CoverageApril 3rd, 2012 closing Don Blyth (416) 360-3461 | Paradigm Capital, Toronto, ON, Canada Joe Mazumdar (604) 697-7100 | Haywood Securities, Vancouver, BC, Canada 33
  34. 34. Why Revolution Resources• High-quality gold discovery in politically stable jurisdiction, targeting a 1Moz initial gold resource this year• Significant acquisition in two major gold-silver trends in Mexico, with drill results coming• Year round exploration in multiple regions of the world• Capital resources to execute on the Company’s exploration plans for 2012• Strong institutional and major/mid-tier producer ownership• Complimentary management team and board with multiple discoveries and company acquisitions in the group 34
  35. 35. Corporate Contact Investor Relations Aaron Keay Dylan BergPresident, CEO & Director Manager, Investor Relations aaron@revolutionrc.com dylan@revolutionrc.comOffice: +1 (604) 678-4024 Office: +1 (604) 681-5672Mobile: +1 (604) 323-6911 Mobile: +1 (604) 616-1182 Revolution Resources Corp. Suite 1500, 409 Granville Street Vancouver, BC V6G 1J1 Canada Office: +1 (604) 678-5672 Toll Free: +1 (888) 681-5672 Fax: +1 (604) 484-7155 www.revolutionresourcescorp.com Revolution is also listed in the US, OTCQX: RVRCF 35
  36. 36. REVOLUTION RESOURCES CORP. CORPORATE PRESENTATION OCTOBER 2010 MOCK-UP 36 Q2 2012
  37. 37. APPENDIXDirector BiographiesAdvisor BiographiesCompany History 37
  38. 38. Board of DirectorsAaron Keay Robert McLeodPresident, CEO & Director VP Exploration & Director• Raised approx $250M over the past six years • Current CEO and VP Exploration of Full Metal in public sector and was director of Underworld where he• Was founder, director and President of outlined a resource estimate of over 1Moz Minaurum Gold, director of Terrace Energy, gold and founder of UNX Energy • Over 12 years experience in mining andMichael Williams mineral explorationChairman • Part of Miramar’s Naartok discovery at Hope• President of Full Metal Minerals, director of Bay, as well as expanding their Boston and Underworld Resources which was acquired by Doris deposits Kinross in 2010 for $140M• Extensive retail and institutional network Terry Bell throughout North America and Europe Director• Over 15 years experience communications and • Geologist with 15 years experience as a investor relations in natural resource sector mining analyst and investment fund managerGeorg Hochwimmer • Founded Global Prospector Fund at SalidaDirector Capital• Provided corporate finance and advisory • Salida grew to be one of the largest mining services to mining and metals sector for the hedge funds in Canada with over US $1Bn past 10 years under management• Extensive retail and institutional network throughout Europe• Based in Munich where he received his PhD in Chemistry 38
  39. 39. Advisors & Executive TeamRobert McLeod, P.Geo Darin Wagner, P.GeoAdvisor, Revolution Resources Advisor, Balmoral Resources• Highly technical, creative and innovative exploration • 20 years of exploration and corporate development geologist experience• Over 17 years of post-graduate experience in mining • Served as a President, CEO, Director and QP for West and mineral exploration Timmins Mining through the discovery of the high-gradeDr. Peter Megaw, PhD, CPG Thunder Creek Gold Zone in Timmins, ONAdvisor, MAG Silver Hugh Willson, M.Sc, P.Geo• Dr. Megaw has been working as a geologist in Mexico Advisor, Capstone Mining for 30 years and is credited with significant discoveries • Worked in mineral exploration and development at Mag Silvers Juanicipio-Fresnillo, Zacatecas, throughout the Americas for 35 years Platosa, Durango; and Cinco de Mayo, Chihuahua • As VP Exploration for Capstone, he developed andJoey Wilkins, M.Sc managed the exploration program that resulted in theAdvisor, Full Metal Minerals discovery of the footwall zone at Cozamin• Over 26 years experience in mineral exploration Pete Evans, CPG throughout the Americas Senior Project Geologist, Revolution Resources• 6 years in Mexico with Minera Kennecott as a project • Over 40 years experience in base and precious metal geologist with particular emphasis on porphyry Cu-Mo- exploration, development and mine operations Au style deposits that includes the Concepcion Del Oro • Directed the exploration and evaluation of the 2 million District (Penasquito) in Zacatecas ounce Ridgeway gold deposits in South CarolinaJonathan Richards Katie Lucas, P.GeoCFO, Revolution Resources Senior Project Geologist, Revolution Resources• Significant accounting experience working with mineral • During her three year tenure with Premier Gold Mines, Ms. exploration and development companies in Canada Lucas defined 3.6 million ounces of gold on the hardrock and throughout the world property 39
  40. 40. Company HistoryOperations:• November 2010 – commence drilling at Champion Hills in the Carolina Slate Belt, North Carolina• January 2011 – Discovery made at Loflin target, LF10-18: 30.0 meters averaging 2.59 g/t Au• January 2011 – Second zone discovered at Jones-Keystone, JK10-06 encountered 28.0 meters averaging 3.01 g/t Au within an interval of 54.0 meters averaging 1.56 g/t Au• March 2011 – Land package expands from original 1,400 acres to 5,000 acres• March 2011 – Land package expands to +7,500 acres• April 2011 – Jones-Keystone discovery is expanded, JK11-17 encountered 104.0 meters averaging 1.27 g/t Au with a higher grade interval of 40.0 meters averaging 2.33 g/t Au• June 2011 – New zone discovered with second drill rig at Jerico Hill, JH11-01 intersected 22.53 meters averaging 6.10 g/t Au and 258.65g/t Ag, including 7.93 meters averaging 16.06 g/t Au and 698.66 g/t Ag• Oct 2011 – Mag survey completed at Jones-Keystone and Loflin• Nov 2011 – Commence drilling at Universo property in Mexico with three drill rigsCorporate:• April 2009 – Toronto Stock Exchange listing, $9M IPO• May 2010 – Mr. Aaron Keay appointed CEO• July 2010 – Mr. Georg Hochwimmer appointed to board of directors• Feb 2011 – Closed $9M private placement at 60 cents, Haywood Securities primary agent• Apr 2011 – Paradigm Capital initiates coverage• July 2011 – Revolution lists on OTCQX under the ticker RVRCF• Sept 2011 – Option acquired on Mexican portfolio of Lake Shore Gold• Oct 2011 – Closed $4.5M private placement at 50 cents, Kinross Gold subscribing for $3M and 9.5% of the company• Oct 2011 – Technical advisory board formed• Jan 2012 – Mr. Terry Bell appointed to board of directors 40

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