Sydney, Australia, Feb 7, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - Following an introduction by Sydney Mining Club Chairman, Julian Malnic, and before an audience of investors in Sydney at Investorium.tv, Revoluton Metals CEO Tim McKinnon presented a Gold Royalty investment opportunity in a newly acquired gold asset in New South Wales, Australia.
"We have located an under explored area that was the location of a Goldrush in the late 1800's and has remained untouched since 1942" said Mr McKinnon. "Much of the historical records for this area were destroyed by fire after the early mining activity, and so a lot of information was retrieved from newspaper notices and articles from the times. This was then used to locate over 80 gold reefs in the area where only the richest ore was mined, leaving a significant amount of valuable gold in the ground at today's prices" he added.
Revolution Metals is offering investors a Gold Coin purchase program at a significant discount to the price of gold to fund their activities with processing the gold from the ore. In addition, the company is offering purchasers of the gold coins (One Troy Ounce at 99.99% Fine Grade), shares in the company for their intended listing on the stock exchange.
Speaking in front of range of investors, Mr McKinnon explained the gold royalty offering, as well as a commercial loan to be repaid to the funding party by way of the gold produced at a discount of 20% to the gold spot rate.
To View the Presentation, please visit:
Investorium.tv is a Video Streaming and Live Financial Industry Event featuring CEOs of Public Companies held at Premier Venues in New York and Sydney. Investorium.tv records and video streams the events on "state of the art" digital recording and webcasting equipment, making high definition broadcast quality productions available to Members and the professional investment community.
Revoluton Metals http://www.revolutionmetals.com TEL: +61-2-8205-7353 FAX: +61-2-9225-9034 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright (C) 2013 ABN Newswire. All rights reserved.