One of the key players in the Arizona gold-silver corridor is Tombstone-based Mansfield-Martin Exploration Mining, Inc. (OTC:MCPI), whose shares climbed on news Wednesday it had forged a deal to buy more property to give it more access to exciting silver finds.
A news release outlined that the additional 200 acres of “keyhole” property that will allow it to fully access its other silver acreage in the Tombstone Mining District. What’s more, MCPI is completing its auditors’ “punch list” in anticipation of bringing a reporting current to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and is also planning its Spring 2019 drill/assay program.
President John Bauska, President, stated, “It took us longer than expected to get back on track after our last auditor quit the business, but our financing efforts have been promising and the economics of precious and strategic metals mining and recovery are on the upswing.
Bauska concluded, “It’s time to get back to work.” MCPI shares were busy early Wednesday afternoon, gaining 13.5%, to 2.6 cents, on volume of 540,000 shares.