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CEO Q & A - Aug 7, 2010
Saturday, August 07 2010 04:00
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Question: Do you plan to make the presentation materials recently presented at the NV conference available to the public?  

Answer: We will post presentation materials, both technical and non-technical, from conferences and meetings that we believe enhance and effect better communications and understanding of our Company, its goals and project plans and methodologies for achieving them.  This will include technical and non-technical information.  For example, our website includes our full National Instrument (NI) 43-101 report published in May 2010, with no redactions.   This is the most comprehensive, independently verified report on our Comstock resource.  Our Chief Geologist, Mr. Larry Martin, CPG, also presented a technical paper at the May 2010 GSN Annual Meeting entitled, “Rethinking the Comstock: Volcanic Domes and the Arcuate Structures.”  This paper and corresponding presentation was made available today concurrently with this blog and can be found under Properties>Technical Reports> Re-thinking the Comstock: Volcanic Domes and ArcuateStructures.

Kindest regards,

Corrado De Gasperis
President and CEO