Evergold CEO Kevin Keough Discusses Promising Results and Recognition at Roundup Conference

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Evergold Corp's CEO, Kevin Keough, recently engaged in a conversation with Steve Darling from Proactive to share some exhilarating updates from the company.

Evergold has announced its initiation of geophysical work on their British Columbia DEM property, a move spurred by the promising drilling results they've recently obtained. The company's decision to expand its exploration efforts beyond the initial target zone hints at the potential presence of Porphyry systems in the vicinity.

During the interview, Keough underscored the significance of technical conferences like Roundup, which provided a valuable platform for their project to receive special recognition from government geologists in British Columbia. While these accolades may not have had an immediate impact on the short-term market, they've certainly thrust Evergold's property into the spotlight due to its exceptional high-grade and diverse mineral intercepts.

A key ongoing initiative for Evergold is the airborne magnetic survey, which is on the verge of completion. This survey is poised to play a crucial role in refining their drilling target definition, setting the stage for more precise and productive drilling activities. Keough expressed optimism regarding the forthcoming results, stating that they are anticipated either by the end of the current week or early next week.

In closing, the interview acknowledged the exciting developments within Evergold Corp and affirmed the company's commitment to closely monitoring its progress, signifying a strong sense of dedication to the pursuit of further successes in the field of mineral exploration.

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