Intrepid Mines Limited
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Intrepid Mines Limited

November 07, 2011 08:00 ET

Intrepid Mines Limited Appoints Executive General Manager, Exploration and New Business

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA--(Marketwire - Nov. 7, 2011) - Intrepid Mines Limited (TSX:IAU)(ASX:IAU) (the 'Company') is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Snow as Executive General Manager, Exploration and New Business.

Mr. Snow, who was most recently Early Stage Operations Manager with BHP Billiton, has held progressively senior management roles with a number of mining and exploration companies including Placer Dome and Consolidated Minerals. A widely-recognized exploration geologist, he has worked extensively on projects in Australia, Africa, Asia and Canada.

While Mr. Snow's principal role will be to advance and develop the Tujuh Bukit copper-gold project on Java in Indonesia, he will also be active in evaluating new exploration and development projects for the Company.

"I am particularly pleased to have someone with Gary's extensive exploration and project management experience joining our team in this incredibly exciting development period at Tujuh Bukit, where our technical team is focused on expanding and building perhaps the largest known, independently held, undeveloped copper-gold project in the world," said Brad Gordon, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer. "Like many on our team, he brings both the "big company" background that will help to bring this world class project to fruition and the "small company" entrepreneurial spirit that is driving our growth and development."

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