|By Marketwired .||
|March 14, 2014 09:15 AM EDT|
SACRAMENTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/14/14 -- Gold Mining USA Inc. (OTC Pink: GMUI) (PINKSHEETS: GMUI) -- The Company is pleased to provide an update on exploration progress and planning for 2014 and its projects. GMUI has mapped out a short and long term strategy to make sure the Preacher and all their mining exploration projects will be ready for early stage production.
The Company's President Maurice Byrne states, "The Preacher Mine has 4 key developments that we are focusing on at this time which will allow our geologists and drilling teams to re-visit the site." GMUI plans to increase its data reports on this property to prove up its highest reserve potential.
The Preacher is located on sovereign land, which qualifies it for a faster processing time on permits and filings.
GMUI's Geo-team has already begun the process in acquiring such permits as a Notice of Intent for Further Exploration, Water Pollution Control with SAD approval and Air Pollution Control.
Byrnes closes his statements in saying, "We believe that ensuring the Preacher has all its necessary permitting in place adds tremendous value to the property and the shareholders."
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