Global Enterprises Group, Inc. (GLHO) Subsidiary to Begin Sand Mining Operations in Sierra Leone

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA –March 5, 2015 – Global Enterprises Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GLHO) announces the Company is preparing to begin sand mining operations in Sierra Leone.

Global Enterprises’ subsidiary, JP Anderson (SL) Limited, focuses on the acquisition and management of assets to supply the fast growing infrastructure development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Currently, Sierra Leone is experiencing tremendous growth in its infrastructure development. The Company has recently been approached to assist in this development by beginning sand mining operations that will supply a necessary ingredient for the manufacturing of concrete. The Company is currently sourcing the proper equipment and will pull all necessary licenses and permits to begin operations.

About Global Enterprises Group

Headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Global Enterprises Group, Inc. operates as a diversified holding company with subsidiaries in infrastructure development, mining, power generation, power consulting and green energy development.

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