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Fortune Nickel and Gold expands Beck-Ottaway-Lennox Property near CNC's Crawford Project

Jan 25, 2022

Fortune Nickel and Gold Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Here To Serve Holding Corp., has announced that it has completed a staking initiative to expand its mineral claim holdings for the Beck-Ottaway-Lennox Property (in the Porcupine Mining Division. The project area is located about 12 kilometers north of Canada Nickel Company's world-class Crawford Ni-Co-PGM deposit. 

A total of 5 additional cell claims at Lennox Township were staked covering a surface area of 250 hectares and increasing the Project's total surface area to 4,000 hectares or 40 square kilometers. The new cell claims are contiguous and located to the north and west of the company's original mining claims and encompassed Tenure Numbers 70231-70235. The Project area provides excellent exploration potential based on historical drilling, and overlapping geophysical anomalies like magnetics, resistivity, and serpentinite alteration from interpretation by Sharp Geophysical Solutions. 

Paul Riss, Fortune's President, said, "We continue to achieve important milestones with the addition of the mineral claims during this time that Fortune is commencing its exploration programs for 2022. We are excited to start the exploration work on our geologically prospective land package of about 9,150 hectares in the Timmins Camp, which hosts some of the world's largest deposits of nickel, gold, copper, zinc and platinum-group metals." 

About Here To Serve Holding Corp.

Here To Serve Holding Corp. is a holding company with three operating entities. Its subsidiary Fortune Nickel and Gold Inc. is dedicated to the global acquisition, exploration, and development of mining properties in prolific nickel, copper and gold jurisdictions. Fortune's goal is to mine metals that sustain the global economy and replace fossil fuels with low-carbon energy. Metals such as copper facilitate the generation, storage and transmission of electricity, and nickel is a key component in the batteries of electric vehicles.

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