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[April 02, 2012]

Carmax Mining Engages Primoris Group for Media Relations Services

WEST VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Apr 2, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) -- Carmax Mining Corp. (TSX VENTURE:CXM) ("Carmax") is pleased to announce that it has engaged Primoris Group Inc. of Toronto, Ontario to provide media relations services to the company. As such, Primoris Group will provide Carmax with a full range of media relations services in coordinating editorial coverage through print, radio and TV, and through online media outlets. Under the terms of the company's agreement with Primoris Group, which commenced March 23, 2012 for a one-year period, Primoris Group will execute a comprehensive communications program to support the company's growth strategy, for which it will be paid a fee of $7,000.00 per month. Primoris Group has also been granted options to purchase 79,000 common shares exercisable for a period of five years from the date of issuance (the "Options"). The Options will vest over a one-year period.

The Agreement between Carmax and Primoris Group is renewable and can be terminated by either party with 30 days written notice. The agreement between Carmax and Primoris Group and the grant of the Options are subject to regulatory approval. Primoris Group does not currently have any interest, directly or indirectly, in Carmax or its securities, or any right or intent to acquire such an interest.

About Carmax Carmax is a Canadian company engaged in exploration for bulk tonnage copper-molybdenum deposits in northwestern British Columbia. The company also has an interest in the Whiskey Jack gold project in Ontario and the Gold Tip gold project located in BC. During the 2011 summer exploration season, the company completed a drill program to better outline the mineralized areas at the East Zone and Bornite Zone of the Eaglehead Project, and has engaged Roscoe Postle Associates Inc. (RPA) of Toronto to provide an estimate of NI 43-101 complaint Mineral Resources of these two areas if possible. Carmax has 27,515,998 shares outstanding and trades on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V) under the symbol CXM.

For further information, please visit the company's website at www.carmaxmining.com.

About Primoris Group Established in 2001, Primoris Group Inc. is a full-service agency that provides media relations, investor relations, corporate communications and marketing expertise to a wide range of clients - from publicly traded mining and life sciences companies to suppliers of luxury goods, live entertainment and related services. It is owned by principals Joseph Carusone and Nick Boutsalis.

SOURCE: Carmax Mining Corp.

Carmax Mining Corp.

Jevin Werbes 604-921-1810 604-921-1898(FAX) www.carmaxmining.com

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