VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - April 1, 2014) - Jet Metal Corp. (TSX VENTURE:JET)(OTCQB:JETMF) (the "Company" or "Jet Metal") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Mark Lotz to the Board of Directors.
Mr. Lotz is a Chartered Accountant with 18 years of experience primarily in the minerals industry and related securities businesses. He has held CFO positions with several well-known mining and exploration companies including African Queen Mines, Sacre-Coeur Minerals, Ltd., and Prophecy Resources Corp. He has also served as a senior executive officer for two Vancouver based securities firms and a financial compliance officer for the Vancouver Stock Exchange. Mr. Lotz holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a joint major in Economics.
The appointment of Mr. Lotz follows the resignation of Mr. Chris Healey from the Board. Mr. Healey has been with the Company since April 2012 and the Board thanks him for his efforts during this time.
About Jet Metal Corp.
The Company is a uranium and vanadium explorer and developer with projects across North America. The mineralization identified at its CMB project, located in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, is open for expansion both along strike and at depth. The Company also holds a majority interest and is the operator of the Bootheel Project in Wyoming, USA, which has the potential to be mined using in-situ recovery methods. The Jet Metal team is composed of knowledgeable and experienced professionals with global experience in exploration, mining and corporate finance that are committed to operating in an environmentally responsible manner.
For more information on Jet Metal and its properties, please visit the website at www.jetmetalcorp.com.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Jim Crawford, President & CEO
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