American Manganese Inc. (“American Manganese” or the “Company”), (TSX.V: AMY; Pink Sheets: AMYZF; Frankfurt: 2AM), is pleased to report the appointment of Norman L.Tribe, B.A.Sc., P.ENG., to the board of directors of American Manganese. Mr. Tribe has a total of 54 years’ experience in most phases of mining including underground grade control, mine development, mine evaluation, property evaluation, project management, project consultant, exploration management, plant design, exploration geology, reclamation and reporting to the various governments and/or stock exchanges.
Mr. Tribe is the president and principal of N. Tribe & Associates Ltd. a geological contractor serving the Industry for 46 years. He possess wide ranging experience throughout the world including postings in the Cordillera (Canada, U.S., Mexico, Bolivia, Chile), Argentina, China, Eastern Australia, and the Pacific Islands, (Fiji, Misima, P.N.G., Etc.), the Canadian Shield (Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the N.W.T.), the Australian Shield, the Guyana Shield (Suriname, Guiana, French Guyana, Venezuela), and the Indian shield (India). Furthermore, he has operating experience obtained from geological positions at various mines including: Craigmont (Merritt), Eldorado (Beaverlodge), Highland Bell (Beaverdell), Argo (Zortman), Pegasus (Landusky), Lupin (Contwoto Lake, NWT), Scottie Gold (Stewart), Newhawk (Brucejack Lake), Esperanza Gold (Burton), Edjudina (Australia), Shafar Gold (Montana), Gunpowder Copper (Australia) and Daye Gold (China); and Ministry of Energy Mines and Petroleum Resources of British Columbia as Mines Inspector in Kamloops, B.C.
The board is very pleased to welcome Mr. Tribe to the Board of Directors.
About American Manganese Inc.
American Manganese Inc. is a diversified specialty and critical metal Company focusing on potentially becoming the lowest cost producer of electrolytic manganese metal from its Arizona Manganese Project.
On behalf of Management
AMERICAN MANGANESE INC.
Larry W. Reaugh
President and Chief Executive Officer