Cedar Mountain Appoints Anthony Huston as Vice President of Business Development
Vancouver, British Columbia - Cedar Mountain Exploration Inc. (“Cedar”) is pleased to welcome Anthony Huston to its management team as Vice President of Business Development. Mr. Huston will focus on leveraging his years of business development experience in his role at Cedar Mountain.
“I am excited to join Cedar Mountain at such an exciting time in its development,” said Anthony Huston, Vice President of Business Development at Cedar. “I look forward to working with Cedar Mountain’s team on developing strategic partnerships and market awareness.”
“With the addition of Mr. Huston we continue to round out our core management team.” commented Charles Chebry, President and CEO of Cedar. “Mr. Huston and I will focus on improving Cedar’s visibility and seeking out new opportunities within Canadian capital markets and the international mining community."
Anthony attained his formal business education at The University of British Columbia, where he graduated with a bachelor of Commerce degree. Mr. Huston has played an integral role in the successful start-up, development and management of several businesses. His passion and knowledge of business and years of public relations enhance his ability to expand Cedar’s investor base and brand awareness.
The Kelly Creek Property is located on the Seward Peninsula in Alaska’s prolific Nome mining district. Kelly Creek is a drill-permitted early-stage gold exploration property comprising 89,600 acres (36,260 hectares). Historic results indicate the presence of a sediment-hosted gold deposit within a mining district that has historically recorded placer gold production of 5 million ounces.
CEDAR MOUNTAIN EXPLORATION INC. (CED: TSX-V) is a junior mineral exploration focused on gold resources in North America. Cedar is a member of the Discovery Group of Companies: www.discoveryexp.com
Charles Chebry, B.Sc., CMA
Chief Executive Officer
Cedar Mountain Exploration Inc.
Tel: (403) 283-0001
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