Project Description

Goldhaven
To Preserve And Protect

Date & Time:

April 30, 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

GoldHaven Resources (OTC: GHVNE) is a Canadian mining exploration company with seven drill-ready gold projects in the Maricunga Gold Belt of Northern Chile. In the past 10 years, this area has yielded over 100 million ounces of Gold, nearly 500 million ounces of Silver, and 13 billion pounds of Copper mostly from surface mining.

Goldhaven has begun its drilling program to unlock the potential of its 97 square miles with a team of experienced mining leaders who have worked for Gold Fields and Kinross. Their Director of Exploration, Patrick Burns is famous for having discovered the Escondida deposit in Chile, the world’s largest copper mine.

Join our webinar to hear from Goldhaven CEO, Daniel Schieber who will discuss the company’s philosophy preserving and protecting wealth, its projects, partnerships, and plans for the future.

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