Gainey Signs 10 Year Community Working Agreement To Provide Additional Support for Exploration And Ore Processing

Latest community partnership provides further access to heavy equipment and workers

Gainey Capital Corp. (TSXV: GNC) (OTCQX: GNYPF) (“Gainey” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has signed a new 10 year “Working Agreement” with the San Andres Milpillas Indian Community (Comunidad Indigena de San Andres Milpillas), in the State of Nayarit, Mexico, where Gainey owns and operates the mining concessions of approximately 15,000 Hectares. The agreement includes increased access to a large number of skilled and unskilled local workers, as well as heavy equipment at very attractive rates. This is the final community agreement relating to Gainey’s Mexican mining concessions and is a key step in supporting Gainey’s aggressive 2015 ore processing and exploration plans at its El Colomo gold and silver property, where 21 strongly mineralized bodies have already been identified.


Located in the prolific gold and silver region of Sierra Madre, El Colomo has a large number of high-grade and bulk tonnage targets, including the aptly-named ‘Golden Zone’. Exploration work will be led by renowned geologist, Peter Megaw, and Minera Cascabel. The company plans to use profits from its advanced 300 TPD Mill, the only one in the region with gravity and flotation circuits for optimized returns, to help fund exploration programs at El Colomo.


David Coburn, CEO of Gainey Capital, commented, Forging a strong partnership with the local community has been a key goal for Gainey and we’re delighted to have achieved this milestone. Our ore processing business continues to grow and preparations are well underway for exploration at our remarkable El Colomo project. This agreement will enable us to pursue our goals and support the community at the same time that they are supporting us in the years ahead.