SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwired - Jan 29, 2014) - Gold Mining USA Inc. (OTC Pink: GMUI) -- The Company is proud to announce that it has completed a NI-43101 geological report on the Preacher mine that they had purchased in July 2013. President and CEO Maurice Byrne states, "I am excited to be working with a highly experienced geological team that has performed beyond expectations. This report has been completed in less than six months and well under budget."
Mr. Byrne further says, "It is a strategic benefit that the mining property is located on native sovereign land which has limited to no permitting challenges." The geological team has confirmed that mining production has not been active on the Preacher mine since 1934.
While surveying the Preacher mine, VP of Operations, Brian Jenkins and one of the geologists confirmed that the previous dug mine shafts are still open and gold veins are openly exposed throughout the property while all access roads are intact and easy to drive on.
The geologists noted the gold and minerals were still in their natural state, which would minimize production and processing costs. Mr. Byrne says, "We believe The Preacher Mine is proving to be one of our most valuable assets, for both our company and its shareholders."
The Preacher mine is located in the Southeastern portion of Churchill and the Northwestern portion of Nye Counties in Western Nevada in an area of low to moderate topography known as the Broken Hills. It lies approximately 15 miles northeast of the small mining town of Gabbs. For more information on the Preacher Mine and other properties GMUI owns, visit our official corporate website www.gmuiinc.com. You can also email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 209-386-7753.
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