November 3, 2015 – Empire Rock Minerals Inc. (“Empire Rock”)(TSX.V-EPR) welcomes Ms. Lisa Chapman as President, Director, and CEO. Ms. Chapman brings to Empire Rock over 20 years of experience in various capacities in corporate development and communications with a number of emerging resource companies. Ms. Chapman built The F.I.R.M., a leading corporate communications provider for resource companies. Through The F.I.R.M., Ms. Chapman became interested in Empire Rock’s 100% owned Buck Lake platinum palladium nickel project near North American Palladium’s Lac des Isles platinum palladium mine in Ontario, Canada.
Ms. Chapman replaces Mr. Kirk Shaw as President, CEO, and director who is focusing his energies on his entertainment business. On behalf of shareholders, the Board of Directors of Empire Rock thanks Mr. Shaw for his service to the Company.
Empire Rock is a Canadian exploration and development company whose principal asset is the Buck Lake platinum, palladium, nickel project located approximately 25 kms from the Lac des Isles platinum/palladium mine near Thunder Bay, Ontario. Empire Rock also has an interest in the Gwyn Lake Gold Property in Northwestern Ontario.
Empire Rock’s common shares are listed and called for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange with the trading symbol “EPR”.
EMPIRE ROCK MINERALS INC.
PER: “John Brydle”
John Brydle, Director
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