HENDERSON, Nev., Feb. 14, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- US Tungsten Corp. ("US Tungsten" or "USTU") (OTCQB:USTU) is pleased to announce they have retained Circadian Group (or "Circadian") of Ontario, Canada under a 12 month Investor Relations and Marketing agreement. Either party has the option to cancel the contract any time, for any reason after 3 months.
Circadian specializes in Investor relations and communications, as well as shareholder development and marketing for high-growth, venture capital stage public companies in the tech and resource sectors.
Circadian will make certain that Investors receive excellent and timely communications through "one-on-one" attention complete with rich and effective marketing materials. Also, the firm will create a "pull style" financial marketing campaign aimed at constantly creating new interest in the Company's stock.Tyler Troup, Managing Director -- Circadian stated: "We are quite excited about being retained by US Tungsten as we are quite keen on the critical/ specialty/ rate metals space stemming from supply restrictions out of China. The supply demand imbalance should bode well for the players in the space, and the fact that there is only one operational mine in North America (Canada) and none in the US, should give US Tungsten a further advantage." Matthew Markin, President -- US Tungsten commented: "We are happy to be working with a proven team like Circadian. Management believes that it is important to have a professional IR, communications, and marketing team when you are building a public company, as it provides a clear looking-glass for current and potential Shareholders." About US Tungsten Corp: U.S. Tungsten Corp. was built upon one mandate: to find tungsten right here at home solving the looming crisis in domestic supplies. As a result, US Tungsten has assembled a team of tungsten experts who are skilled and experienced in the exploration of this specialty metal. The company's initial focus is in the western US where tungsten was mined in the past, and is also home to many discoveries that remain undeveloped. The last tungsten mine in the US closed in 2000 and no domestic tungsten mining has occurred since. Historic tungsten mines and occurrences are found in the West, particularly in Montana, California, Nevada, Colorado and Arizona.