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Benton Resources Reports High-Grade Copper Intercepts in Great Burnt Deposit

Benton Resources Inc. (TSXV: BEX) has announced the discovery of significant copper grades following its Phase I drill program at the Great Burnt Copper deposit. High-grade core continuity has been extended both along strike and down plunge with the deposit still open for further expansion. Notably, drill hole GB-23-12 yielded 5.51% Cu over 25.42 meters, marking one of the deepest high-grade intersections at the site.

The company is poised to continue exploring the site’s potential, with planned drilling aiming to both extend the high-grade zones and obtain a clearer delineation of the deposit’s high-grade mineralization. The results from drill holes GB-23-01 to GB-23-22 reveal consistently high-grade copper intersections, reinforcing the project’s potential.

Committed to rigorous quality control, Benton Resources applies strict QA/QC protocols, partnering with Eastern Analytical Ltd., an accredited lab, to ensure reliable assay results. Stephen House (P.Geo.), Vice President of Exploration and Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101, oversees scientific and technical disclosures.

The future activities will focus on unlocking the full potential of the Great Burnt Copper deposit, with Benton Resources remaining optimistic about the prospects of expanded high-grade mineralization.

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