|By Marketwired .||
|March 12, 2014 03:01 AM EDT||
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/12/14 -- Brookemont Capital Inc. ("BKT", "Brookemont" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:BKT)(PINKSHEETS:BKTPF)(FRANKFURT:BRO) wishes to announce it has discovered a large TDEM conductive anomaly on the Kenagami Hydrothermal Graphite prospect in Ontario. This anomaly measures approximately 800 metres by 500 metres and was outlined using the airborne survey recently completed by Brookemont.
Mr. Gregory Thomson Director of Brookemont states, "This newly discovered anomaly significantly advances the development of our Kenagami Hydrothermal Graphite Prospect. We now have a large target measuring approximately 800 metres by 500 metres. Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. has recently made a discovery of massive hydrothermal graphite and we feel that there is district-wide potential for the discovery of additional magmatic hydrothermal graphite vein-breccia style mineralization similar to Zenyatta's Albany Graphite Deposit. Brookemont's new anomaly is of particular interest due its size and the strong overall TDEM response, consequently this will be our main exploration focus going forward."
Brookemont has several ongoing projects including: a) a 100% interest in the "Albany East" Prospect. This land is prospective for hydrothermal (vein) graphite and directly borders Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. property that hosts its hydrothermal graphite deposit. b) a 100-per-cent interest in the Kenagami hydrothermal graphite prospect in Ontario, c) an aluminous clay and rare earth prospect in the Gaspe Bay Region of Quebec. This prospect directly borders the Grand-Vallee Deposit of Orbite Aluminae Inc.
Mr. Gregory Thomson, P.Geo., is the qualified person for the project as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and he has reviewed this news release.
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Conrad Clemiss, President, Director
Brookemont Capital Inc.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange Inc. nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange Inc.) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this press release.
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