SOURCE: UC Hub Group Inc

September 17, 2009 10:08 ET

UC Hub Group Pays for Land Lease for the Gold and Sapphire Property in Montana

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - September 17, 2009) - UC Hub Group Inc (OTCBB: UCHB) announces it has paid the land owner for the lease of the Montana Gold and Sapphire property. The Management and outside consultants of multiple backgrounds have confirmed gold and sapphires on this property and are optimistic about the potential opportunity. As a result of such due diligence, the purchase of important equipment, and the architectural integration of disparate and new parts, the Company has moved aggressively to the next sequential plateau and made payment on the lease in good faith thus reducing timing issues. The Company believes this positive reality and momentum are key right now for this Great American Sapphire and Gold property. The lease was contingent upon a five figure payment for such land use. UC Hub has made such payments in good faith and has concurrently paid consultants to work on the actual Mining Plant with the requisite plans. The Company continues to enhance the asset value by such marked improvements positioning the Company so the assets and the Company are potentially more valuable for the shareholders. Presently the Company is in discussions with Sapphire distributors, media groups, and two refineries.

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