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Get Real USA, Inc. Is Proud to Make Several Positive Announcements About Company Operations

LA JOLLA, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 3, 2015) - Get Real USA, Inc. ( OTC PINK : GTRL ) is pleased to announce that it has completed all appropriate filings with OTC Markets through the period ending January 31, 2015, and both the "Stop Sign" and the "Yield Sign" have been removed from its trading symbol. The company is also pleased to announce that we have identified our first source of product, through a third party distributor, and are in the process of completing negotiations.

"Here at Get Real USA, Inc. we do our very best to ensure that we build value for our shareholders by doing good, solid business with minimal risk. The mission of the Company owned websites is to meet all of the customer's electronics needs by offering them the very best products available on the Internet at the very best prices," said Thomas Beener, CEO.

Mr. Beener further elaborated and said, "Get Real USA, Inc.'s online electronics store will sell the parts, pieces, components and finished products to make almost any electronics projects possible. Whether it is a robot that can cook your breakfast, a children's toy, or a GPS cat tracking device, our products and resources are designed to make the world of electronics more accessible. The coming year will present new opportunities for the electronic components industry to move the purchase process and supply chain management online, forward-looking distributors are enhancing their internet-based offerings with inventory tracking, product videos, and downloadable electronic datasheets".

"Opportunities and challenges from diverse markets" from Global Purchasing.
Rapid changes in end user demand as well as vertical market needs such as technology changes, product life-cycles, and government regulations will trigger new requirements for the production, packaging, procurement, and fulfillment of components in 2014 among diverse industries such as LED and medical. Players up and down the supply chain -- from manufacturers to distributors to service providers -- are rethinking their business strategies in order to stay flexible and differentiate to capture a share of these growing market opportunities. Manufacturers and distributors will expand their focus on developing markets in Asia and Latin America to offset slower growth in North America and Europe. This market opportunity comes with challenges related to logistics, customer support, and counterfeits. Successful supply chain participants will have to navigate regulatory diversity and meet standards certifications, and varying product life-cycles will require distributors to maintain a range of components and date codes, including obsolete and end-of-life components.

Any statements that we make, other than historical facts, contain forward-looking information based on our business plans and assumptions at the time of disclosure. Such forward-looking information includes, but is not limited to, our expected growth strategies, projected operating results, anticipated timing for developing, obtaining approval for and bringing products to market and the status of R&D. Our business, as well as each product we develop and market, is subject to various risks and uncertainties beyond our control. Therefore, these forward-looking statements might differ substantially from the actual results. Risks and uncertainties that could affect the Company's future results and financial condition include, but are not limited to, the factors described below. Information disclosed is subject to addition, change or deletion without notice.