LIMA, Peru--(Graystone Company (OTCQB: GYST) announced today it that has scheduled a shareholder trip to its mining sites in Peru. Any shareholder may travel with the Company’s CEO, Paul Howarth, and be given a tour of the Companies mining properties in Peru. Mr. Howarth is currently in Peru and the next scheduled trip is in November 2012. Any shareholder who is interested in traveling to the mining sites should message the Company on Facebook or send an email to email@example.com. We will provide the exact travel dates once Mr. Howarth has returned to the United States.)--The
Be advised, each shareholder is responsible for their own travel expenses to Lima, Peru and to and from the mining sites. The estimated number of days required for the trip would be between 14 – 18 days. This includes the following;
|1 day to travel to Lima, Peru from the United States|
|3 days to travel from Lima to the mining sites|
|5-10 days touring the mining sites|
|3 days to travel from mining sites to Lima|
|1 day in Lima prior to flying back to the United States.|
The company estimates that the total cost of the trip to be approximately $6,000. Additionally, shareholders will be required to sign a waiver of liability due to the high risk of injury or death while visiting the sites.
The Company recommends that any shareholder interested in touring the mining sites should take the following steps:
|1.||Obtain vaccinations for a host of common diseases including malaria, yellow fever, meningitis, hepatitis, rabies and dengue. These illnesses can cause serious problems, especially when you are in remote sections of the jungle with primitive medical facilities and limited transportation infrastructure. Malaria preventatives are also suggested to bring with you. We suggest you talk to your doctor prior to making the trip.|
|2.||Additionally, upset stomach and fever often result from exposure to the Amazon's unique strains of microbes and bacteria. As a result, the Company advises any shareholder to pack plenty of stomach medicine and visit a local pharmacy if you need additional medication or treatment for loose bowels or fever.|
Shareholders should wear pants and a long sleeve shirt in the jungle to protect your skin from insect’s bites and rashes that may appear after contact with certain plants. Bring a sturdy pair of water-proof boots to wear when hiking in the Amazon. It is recommended that you check your boots before putting them on to make sure no venomous creatures are hiding inside. Also, tuck the cuffs of your pants into your boots and sock to form a tight seal. This keeps out leeches and other pests.
|Shareholders should use a strong insect repellent and sleep with a mosquito net to avoid bites and stings. Mosquitoes can carry malaria and dengue, so it's imperative that you limit the number of bites you are exposed to while traveling in the Amazon.|
Any shareholder who is interested in traveling to the mining sites should message the Company on Facebook or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Graystone Company. The Graystone Company, Inc. is a U.S.-based mining and exploration company focused on acquiring and developing gold and other mineral properties. The Company's strategy is to build value for shareholders by the identification, acquisition and exploration of early-stage properties that show significant potential for the discovery of gold. The Company sells gold and silver to retail buyers via www.graystonegold.com.
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