|June 11, 2012|
Monster Discontinues Red Ridge Option
|Vancouver, British Columbia. Further to its news release of June 13, 2011, Monster Mining Corp. ("Monster Mining" or the "Company") reports it has given notice that it will not be continuing with the option to earn a 100% undivided interest in 30 unsurveyed quartz mining claims in the Whitehorse Mining District, more commonly known as the Red Ridge Property.|
Monster Mining will not have a retained interest in Red Ridge.
"We plan on focusing our exploration efforts on our flagship Keno Lightning Property," said Robert Eadie, President & CEO of the Company.
Monster Mining's Keno-Lightning Property is located in the historic Keno Hill district, which produced over 200 million ounces of silver between 1913 and 19891. The project, which comprises 329 claims covering 6,650 hectares, represents 35% of the district.
1 Cathro, R.J. 2006, Great Mining Camps of Canada 1.The History and Geology of the Keno Hill Silver Camp, Yukon Territory, Geoscience Canada, v. 33, p. 103-134
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Signed "Robert Eadie"
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Contact: Robert Eadie
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