June 12, 2013
(Denver) – WestMountain Gold, Inc. has launched a public relations campaign designed to make a greater number of potential investors aware of the company and its latest projects.
“We are doing some remarkable things right now, and we’d like to tell that story to a wider audience,” said Greg Schifrin, president and CEO of WestMountain Gold.
The campaign includes hiring Blue541, a Coeur d’Alene, Idaho-based strategic public relations and advertising group that specializes in natural resource industries.
WestMountain Gold’s Terra Project in western Alaska, has particular appeal to those interested in unique Alaska gold investment opportunities, Schifrin added.
“People are amazed when they find out that this location has high-grade gold that’s literally on top of the ground due to a receding glacier,” he said. “And the fact that we’re an actual working site that’s currently bringing out gold and silver is attracting attention, too.”
WestMountain Gold’s latest development at the Terra Project is the arrival of heavy equipment to the site to build a bigger airstrip, road network and underground mine portal, all scheduled for completion in summer of 2013. The company is also ramping up production from their onsite pilot mill, which has the ability to process 50 tons of bulk ore per day.
Schifrin, who’s been a geologist and manager for 30 years in the mining and mineral exploration industry, said he is more excited about this project than anything he’s found previously.
“We took a good hard look at dozens of different gold mining investment opportunities all over North America, and in the end, the Terra Project won,” he said.
WestMountain Gold, Inc., (OTCQB: WMTN) explores, acquires and develops advanced stage mineral resource properties, including the Terra Project in western Alaska.
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Greg Schifrin, Chief Executive Officer, WestMountain Gold, Inc.