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Bullrun Prospecting Applauds Graphite Creek Development

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Celebrates 2% NSR on Its Graphite Creek Claims

Vancouver, British Columbia / March 19, 2014 / Mr. Kal Malhi, President of BullRun Prospecting Inc., is pleased to confirm that Graphite One Resources continues to advance the Graphite Creek Property and its large graphite resource. In a news release dated March 3, 2014, Graphite One reported:

Graphite One has made significant advancements on the property since 2012. The company, recently reported a National Instrument 43-101-compliant inferred resource of 284.7 million tonnes at 4.5 per cent graphite (including 37.68 million tonnes at 9.2 per cent graphite and 8.63 million tonnes at 12.8 per cent graphite). The inferred resource suggests that Graphite Creek is the largest and highest grade of known graphite deposits in the United States.”

Mr. Malhi, as vendor of the Graphite Creek claims 1 to 28, holds a 2% NSR on these particular claims and is encouraged by the continued advancement of the Graphite Creek Graphite Project.

About BullRun Prospecting Inc.:

BullRun Prospecting Inc. is a private Canadian mineral exploration and development company based in Vancouver, British Columbia. BullRun currently has several joint venture and option agreements for development of mineral exploration properties with public and private companies.

For further information, please contact BullRun Prospecting Inc. at 604-805-4602

 

Source: BullRun Prospecting Inc.

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