Strategic Mining Corporation has launched its new website. The new site will be updated regularly with the progress of the company's ongoing exploration projects.
Shareholders will be able to access information about the officers and personnel of the company. The new website will allow the viewing of charts and the share price of SMNG stock. Strategic has implemented RSS Feed enabling our investors to easily follow the company’s activities.
Gary Cripps, CEO of Strategic Mining, stated “We are very pleased to have this website launched. The company feels it is important to stay in close contact with its shareholders and this is the most efficient way to accomplish that task. We will keep this website as up-to-date as possible so our shareholders can follow the progress of the company. I encourage anyone interested in receiving our quarterly newsletter and press releases to go to the new website and sign up by entering your email address or clicking the RSS button”
Strategic Mining (strategicminingcorp.com) is engaged in the exploration and development of gold properties in West Africa. The Birimian greenstone belt's long history of gold mining and prospecting is one of the fastest growing gold producing areas in the world. Strategic Mining Corporation is currently implementing plans to expand its gold mining interests to the U.S. and Vietnam.
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