Lithium Corporation Stakes Fish Lake Valley Claims
RENO, Nev.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Lithium Corporation (OTCBB: LTUM) (the "Company", or "Lithco") is pleased to announce that it has staked strategically-located claims at its Fish Lake Valley property in Esmeralda County, Nevada.
The Company became aware several months ago that certain claims held by a third party in the area of Lithium Corporation's most recent exploration work at Fish Lake Valley had been allowed to lapse, and the Company immediately took steps to acquire a block of 320 acres through staking. These claims have long been considered critical to the Company's efforts at Fish Lake Valley. This is confirmed by the late 2012 drill program, which outlined the open-ended subsurface lithium/boron/potassium anomaly that trends into this newly acquired ground.
The Company intends to drill more in Fish Lake Valley, once surface conditions improve later in 2013. In addition to the Fish Lake Valley prospect, Lithium Corporation is actively exploring its San Emidio property, and continues to generate and evaluate other exploration prospects.
The Company has decided to terminate its efforts with respect to becoming a reporting issuer in Canada, and will not seek a listing on any Canadian exchange, until such time as market conditions improve in Canada.
For further information please contact Andy Dewey at Lithium Corporation at (775) 410-2206 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Lithium Corporation
Lithium Corporation is an exploration company based in Nevada devoted to the exploration for new lithium resources within the Great Basin. The Company explores and develops potentially economic lithium-enriched brine fields, with an eye to becoming a long-term producer of this increasingly strategic and economically important commodity.
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Andy Dewey, 775-410-2206
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