RENO, NV / ACCESSWIRE / May 04, 2021 / Pershing Resources Company, Inc., ("Pershing" or the "Company") (OTC PINK:PSGR) today announced that it has terminated the Earn-In Joint Venture agreement on the Tonopah SIN Property, effective April 9th, 2021. The agreement was terminated with Donald J McDowell and William F. Matlack, who are now the current holders of the 20 unpatented claims that comprised the Tonopah SIN property, located south of Tonopah, Nevada. Under the terms of the termination agreement, Mr. McDowell and Mr. Matlack will retain the initial consideration payment for the earn-in rights of 3,770,000 shares of restricted s common stock of the Company. Following the termination of the agreement, the Company will not have any cash costs associated with or area of interest obligations regarding the 20 unpatented claims.
About Pershing Resources Company Inc.
Pershing Resources is a precious and base metals exploration company with a growing portfolio of exploration projects in Arizona and Nevada. The Company is based in Reno, Nevada, and is currently focused on the exploration and development of its 100% owned New Enterprise and Mohave-Standard properties collectively referred to as the New Enterprise project. The New Enterprise Project is located between the Mineral Park Porphyry Cu-Mo mine (approximately 20 miles to the northwest) and the Baghdad Cu-Mo mine (approximately 45 miles to the southeast). The Company's other assets are comprised of mining properties in various early stages of development located in Arizona and Nevada. Pershing Resources is committed to responsible exploration and mining practices.
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