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Mineral Mountain Mining and Milling Milestone


Mineral Mountain Mining & Milling Company (“Mineral Mining”), a publicly traded company on the OTC Pink sheets under the ticker symbol MMMM, is pleased to announce that on February 27, 2018 it filed a Form S-1 Registration Statement with the SEC, the purpose of which is to register all shares, both those subject to a public float and those held privately. At present, Mineral Mountain has just over 58 million shares of common stock outstanding. The Company is not selling shares pursuant to this filing. A copy of the Registration Statement is available on the SEC’s website.

In addition, the Company is also pleased to announce recent appointments to its Board of Directors. Sheldon Karasik, an AV rated attorney, has been appointed CEO and Chairman of the Board. Mr. Karasik has extensive experience in international transactional matters and has advised numerous corporations on various business matters.

Felix Keller, an entrepreneur and experienced Swiss businessman, now serves on the Board and the Company’s Audit Committee. Mr. Keller has extensive knowledge on company development along with merger and acquisitions.

Ulises Antonio de la Garza, also a recent Board appointee, has extensive experience in the Federal Mexican Government with particular emphasis in the Mexican economic realm.

Michael S. Miller, another recent Board and Audit Committee appointee, brings extensive knowledge from the private sector in the area of company organization and reorganization.

Mineral Mining is presently involved in developing two gold and silver exploration projects, one in Flat, Alaska and the second in Lewiston, in Fremont County, Wyoming. In Alaska, the Company leases thirty claim blocks and has separately staked thirty-six claims adjacent thereto. All of the property is on State of Alaska land. In Wyoming, the Company has leases on nineteen claim blocks (three patented and sixteen unpatented) and plans to lease additional properties at that location. Its Wyoming leases are on BLM land.

Mineral Mountain’s long term goals are to develop both properties and to position the Company for a possible acquisition by a major mining company. The short term goals are to raise funds privately for the development of the Hidden Hand Mine, a patented claim block in Wyoming and to apply for listing on the OTCQB Exchange.

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