Vancouver, British Columbia – March 27, 2015 – Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. (TSX-V: BAY) (“Aston Bay” or the “Company”), a junior exploration company advancing development of the Storm Copper Project (the “Project”), announced today that it will be presenting at the Metals and Natural Resources Conference being hosted by John Tumazos Very Independent Research LLC at the Westin Grand Central Hotel in New York, on Monday, March 30, 2015. Benjamin Cox, Chief Executive Officer of Aston Bay, will present at 8:00 AM EST. To access the live webcast or a replay of Mr. Cox’s presentation, please use the link below:
The related presentation will be available as part of the webcast or can be found on the Company’s website at:
About Aston Bay Holdings
Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. (TSX-V: BAY) is a publicly traded mineral exploration company focused on the 641,415 acre (259,570 hectares) Aston Bay Property located on northwest Somerset Island, Nunavut. The Property hosts the Storm Copper and Seal Zinc prospects where historic drilling has confirmed the presence of sediment hosted copper and zinc mineralization. Aston Bay holds the right to earn or buy up to a 100% undivided interest in the Storm Property from Commander Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: CMD).
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
Benjamin Cox, Chief Executive Officer
Telephone: (360) 262-6969
For further information about Aston Bay Holdings Ltd. or this news release, please visit our website at www.astonbayholdings.com.
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