Pacific Gold Corp.
OTC Bulletin Board : PCFG

Pacific Gold Corp.

September 21, 2005 09:27 ET

Webcast Alert: Pacific Gold Corp. Presentation at Informed Investors Canadian Precious Metals & Mining On-line Forum on Thursday, September 22, 2005, 11:30 am ET

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - Sept. 21, 2005) - Pacific Gold Corp. (OTCBB:PCFG) will present at the following forum:

What: Pacific Gold Corp. (OTCBB:PCFG) will give a presentation at Canadian Precious Metals & Mining On-line Forum.

Sponsored by:

Elliott Gue, Editor of Wall Street Winners and David Tice, Manager of Prudent Bear Fund will give keynote presentations.

When: September 22, 2005 @ 11:30 AM Eastern Time


How: Live over the Internet-Simply log on to the web at the address above.

Contact: Ana Aguirre, Investor Relations, 416-214-1483,

If you are unable to attend the live event, the webcast will be archived and available at

Corporate Mission Statement

To acquire existing natural resource deposits located throughout North America, either by lease or purchase, collectively containing a minimum of $2 Billion of gross market value and to develop the acquired deposits into producing mines as soon as possible following acquisition.

The Company's business plan includes the acquisition and development of production-ready and in-production mining operations. The Company is currently focused on alluvial gold and base metals operations located in western North America. Pacific Gold currently owns four operating subsidiaries. Nevada Rae Gold, Inc. ("Nevada Rae") owns and operates the Black Rock Canyon gold mine, located in north-central Nevada. Pilot Mountain Resources ("Pilot Mountain") owns Project W, a large tungsten based resource. Fernley Gold, Inc. ("Fernley Gold") has acquired the exclusive lease rights to mine the Lower Olinghouse Placers. Oregon Gold, Inc. ("Oregon Gold") owns the Bear Bench and Defiance placer claims, located in south-western Oregon.

Corporate Strategy

Currently, the Company estimates its proven, probable and possible resources at its existing Nevada and Oregon projects at a gross in ground value of up to $1.1 Billion.

The Company's research and experience have identified a "lost generation" of mining projects and opportunities, ranging from Alaska to Mexico. Many of these projects are owned by a generation of retired miners and/or defunct mining companies, and as such, have suffered from a lack of aggressive and professional leadership necessary to bring about solid development and production.

In addition, some of these projects have been operated on a "hobby-style" basis, while others have had sporadic production with limited or no scientific sampling programs having been completed. Some projects have been dormant due to the past economic pressures on mineral prices which have only just recently changed.

It is the undervalued projects that are the main focus of Pacific Gold's business acquisition strategy. These projects may provide opportunities for the Company to acquire claims and projects at very favorable values, and to extract a positive return on invested capital.

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