VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - March 11, 2013) - Luna Gold Corp. (TSX:LGC)(OTCQX:LGCUF)(LMA:LGC) ("Luna" or the "Company") is pleased to report that the Company, through its wholly owned subsidiary Aurizona Goldfields Corporation, has closed its previously announced US$30 million corporate secured revolving facility (the "Corporate Facility") with Société Générale (Canada Branch) and Mizuho Corporate Bank Ltd.
The Corporate Facility has replaced the Company's WestLB debt facilities and will provide funding for general corporate purposes.
John Blake, Luna's President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, "Funding of our Corporate Facility contributes towards Luna being well capitalized to complete the Aurizona Phase I Expansion Project in 2013."
Refer to the Company's press release dated February 18, 2013 for additional information with respect to the Corporate Facility.
About Luna Gold Corp.
Luna is a gold production company engaged in the operation, discovery, and development of gold deposits and advanced stage gold exploration projects in Brazil.
On behalf of the Board of Directors
LUNA GOLD CORP.
John Blake, President and CEO
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