Entourage Mining Reports Several Multi-Element Areas at Pires
Vancouver, British Columbia, June 09, 2010: Entourage Mining Ltd. (“Entourage” or the “Company”) (OTCBB:
ENMGF) reports that in addition to the 67 gold rich samples reported by the Company in its June 1 st , 2010
press release (see Table 2), several multi-element mineralization style areas have been encountered on the Pires
property, situated in Goias State Brazil.
This mineralization style is enriched in cobalt (Co), manganese (Mn), copper (Cu), nickel (Ni), iron (Fe), zinc
(Zn), lead (Pb) and occasionally vanadium (V), as well as barium (Ba) and strontium (Sr). This Co-Mn multi-
element trend occurs as a distinctive black hydrothermal breccia, and has now been recovered from various parts
of the Pires Property over the same 13 km North-South mineralization trend as the gold samples, sometimes
within the same vein systems.
In total, 28 out of the 209 samples collected in Spring 2010 yielded between 2.145 % and 0.01% Co from eight
separate target areas (Table 1). Field observations suggest some that pieces of the quartz-gold veins are locally
caught up in the black breccias, and thus the Co-Mn multi-element mineralization is younger than the gold
mineralization. The occurrence of this younger Co-Mn mineralization within the same veins that carry gold
demonstrates that the mineralization system at Pires was long-lived. Speculatively, the enrichment of Ba and Sr in
the Co-Mn multi-element mineralization suggests remobilization of the metals other than gold previously emplaced
in the quartz veins, possibly during the period of extensive alkaline volcanism and carbonatite emplacement that
occurred in this region of Brazil during the Cretaceous and Tertiary. Furthermore, this Co-Mn multi-element
mineralization may provide a separate target type on the property.
Harrison Cookenboo, PhD, P.Geo and a qualified person has recommended the Company expend up to
$350,000USD on these multi-element areas and specifically a 500meter X 350 mete