General Metals Corp Strikes OPG Deal


3-14-2013 (NY, NY)—Dan Forbush, CEO of General Metals Corp, conducted an interview with The Wall Street Analyst to discuss the companies’ recent deal with Open Gold which will advance their Independence project in Nevada. The deal includes General Metals shareholders eventually owning a 64% stake in OPG’s Mitchell project.  The interview gives listeners a background of key management and insight into the companies’ goal of becoming a near-term producer.  In addition Forbush outlines how GNMT plans on building shareholder value by other possible aquisitons and provides other milestones for the upcoming year.

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For More Information Please Contact:

Wayne Meyerson
Investor Relations
General Metals Corporation
1155 West Fourth Street, Suite 210
Reno, NV 89503
wayne@gnmtlive.com
775.583.4636 office

 

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