Phoenix, AZ—June 18, 2015
Tombstone Exploration Corporation (OTCQB:TMBXF) (Berlin:UDNA) announced today that Stephen J. Pollack of Pollack Asset Management began serving on the Board of Directors.
Stephen J. Pollack, a Wall Street executive with over twenty-five years of experience as a 1st Vice President and Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley, as well as the Vice President at Drexel Burnham Lambert, Inc. for seventeen years, is bringing his expertise to assist Tombstone Exploration. An alumni of the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Pollack is an active member of many organizations including; the Friars Club in Manhattan, the University of Pennsylvania’s alumni affairs, and the Financial Analysts and Money Managers Society (FAMMS). Recognized in Who’s Who in America, Stephen J. Pollack has the ability to increase the success of Tombstone Exploration Corporation.
Mr. Pollack will bring decades of investment banking expertise that will provide Tombstone Exploration with the necessities to grow all the current and future exploration projects, leading to near term mining. Mr. Pollack has a vision that minerals possess an extreme value with the ability to grow substantially within the next few years, which increases Tombstone Exploration's strong dedication to expand greatly.
Alan M. Brown, CEO of Tombstone Exploration Corporation, stated, “We are pleased to welcome Mr. Pollack to the Tombstone Exploration team. Not only are we extremely impressed with all of his accomplishments throughout his journey on Wall Street, but we are confident in his ability in the Director role. He will significantly benefit our client relations and beyond that, new business development. We are in the process of appointing other key executives to our Board with long term backgrounds in the resource industry and strong connections to the financial community. With Tombstone’s Board of Directors fully committed to growing and expanding this Company, Mr. Pollack will be a great addition for us.”
Tombstone Exploration Corporation is an exploration and development company located within the historic Tombstone Mining District, Cochise County, Arizona. Detailed geophysical studies of the Tombstone Mining District show the presence of a wide assortment of minerals including gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, manganese, tellurium, molybdenum and vanadium. Tombstone Exploration has also recently staked its initial land claims in the Eagletail Mining District in Yuma, Arizona. Based on reliable amounts of data from an initial report, this newly staked property shows the outstanding probability that an ore body of +/-3 million tons of 0.06 ounces per ton gold is present on the property.
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