Silverado Gold Mines 'strikes It Big' With The History Channel's 'tougher In Alaska' Tv Series

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Silverado Gold Mines 'Strikes It Big' with The History Channel's 'Tougher in Alaska' TV Series

VANCOUVER, May 8 /CNW-AsiaNet/ --

     Silverado Gold Mines Ltd. (Trading Symbols, OTC BB - SLGLF, FRANKFURT - SLGL) will be featured

TONIGHT on The History Channel, May 8, 2008, in their new TV series 'Tougher in Alaska'. The episode is

entitled 'Gold Mining'.

     The Gold Mining Episode of 'Tougher in Alaska', featuring Silverado Gold

Mines, will be rebroadcast on The History Channel on May 9th, 11th, 12th and

24th. Check your local listings for specific times.

     'Everything is tougher in Alaska' is the central theme of the series.

Since the 1870s, the promise of gold has lured men north to Alaska. With the

price of gold skyrocketing, the race is on once again. The 'Tougher in Alaska'

film crews joined Silverado Gold Mines team of 'hard rock miners'.

     Gil Dobbs, Silverado's Mine Manager, prominently featured in the program,

and his crew, are considered some of Alaska's toughest, most experienced

miners, often working in subzero temperatures, around the clock, with

'super-sized' machinery specifically tailored to suit the challenging


     "This program is great for Silverado", adds Garry L. Anselmo, President

and CEO of Silverado Gold Mines. "Not only are we pleased and proud to be part

of the fabulous 'Tougher in Alaska' series, but it gives our shareholders, and

would-be investors a chance to see the mining operation itself. We are very

much for real. It's a virtual visit to Silverado's Nolan Creek Gold Mine in

Alaska. And, quite frankly, it demonstrates how exploration and mining is

tough, especially in a challenging setting like Alaska, but that there are


     Bob Dynes, Silverado's Investor Relations, adds "Ever since I first heard

about the History Channel filming up at the mine, I have been patiently

waiting for the day when the show would air, and our shareholders would see

first hand a real gold mine in action. I just hope that our shareholders, and

their families, together, are able to watch this program, and catch the

excitement that Silverado is generating."

     Silverado Gold Mines Ltd.


     Silverado is an international company focused on gold exploration, and a

new environmentally friendly Fuel Technology. Silverado has gold properties

located throughout Alaska which include the 100% owned Nolan Placer Gold Mine.


     To learn more about Silverado Green Fuel Inc. and watch the Green Fuel

     Silverado Gold Mines Ltd.

     Silverado on Kitco

     Silverado's Asian (China) Investor Website

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     Silverado's North American Chinese Investor Link

     Silverado Corporate Policy on Unsolicited Media Reporting:

     This Press Release may contain, in addition to historical information,

forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities

Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of

1934, as amended. These statements are based on management's expectations and

beliefs, and involve risks and uncertainties. These statements may involve

known and unknown risks and uncertainties and other factors that may cause the

actual results to be materially different from the results implied herein.

Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on the forward-looking

statements made in this Press Release.

SOURCE:  Silverado Gold Mines Ltd.

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