NEW YORK, October 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Shelron Group , Inc. (OTCBB : SRNG) (the "Company), announced today that Daniel Rubiolo has agreed to join the Company as Advisor to the Board of Directors. Mr. Rubiolo brings years of experience in exploration for precious and base metals, along with expertise in geological mapping and economic geology.
Mr. Rubiolo has over 25 years of international exploration and research experience. Among the several projects in which he was involved over the years, Mr. Rubiolo collaborated on the successful acquisition of mineral properties in Argentina, evaluated new areas for potash exploration opportunities in Saskatchewan, and originated detailed geological mapping for successful grassroots exploration in global locations. Mr. Rubiolo has also authored more than 20 geoscientific publications in journals and conferences.
Mr. Eliron Yaron, Chairman of Shelron Group, comments "Mr. Robio's exploration skills and experience dovetail with our current mission to expand and enhance our understanding of our future international acquisitions."
About Shelron Group
Shelron Group, Inc. (OTCBB: SRNG) is a New York based mineral exploration and development company focused on acquisition, exploration, evaluation, and development of mineral resource properties in Africa and South America. The Company incorporated in Delaware and is headquartered in New York.
Additional information is available at http://www.Shelron-Group.com.
The focus of the Company is to adhere to its acquisition criteria and only acquire prospecting licenses that can potentially be developed into proven reserves or productive gold mines.
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