William A. Petty Reports Acquisition and Placement of Additional New Age Mining Equipment and Gold Cube Technology Equipment in Bolivia

CARSON CITY, NV, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 07/07/2015 – – Franklin Mining, Inc. (OTC Pink: FMNJ) (PINKSHEETS: FMNJ) – As a result of the immense success of the previously reported placement and operations of the New Age Mining Equipment in Tipauni, Bolivia. It is with pleasure and expectations of significant production that William A. Petty announces his plans to remain in Bolivia to organize and accept delivery of seven (7) additional gold ore processing devices. The equipment is scheduled to be received in La Paz, Bolivia and will then be placed in strategic locations to be disclosed in a subsequent report. In a concerted effort to make the most of the remaining four month window of time for gold production prior to the onslaught of the regions rainy season, Mr. Petty has been racing against the clock to transport and place the equipment, establish standardized operating procedures and provide proper instruction to Franklin’s Cooperativas and Partners, who will assume responsibility for the operations once these guidelines have been set and confirmed.

Additionally, Franklin has acquired ten (10) Gold Cube Technology units, which boast the production capacity of 1000 pounds per hour. This equipment will be employed by the smaller Cooperativa groups.

Harnessing the production capabilities of this equipment, along with the determination and overall embodiment of collaboration; coupled with the extensive reserves of these mines, the future of Franklin Mining holds enormous potential.

For additional information visit our website at www.FranklinMining.com

or contact Investor Relations: (858) 537-7439, fmnj

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About Franklin Mining, Inc. (FMNJ: OTCMKTS US):

The company operates various mine sites under joint venture arrangements with companies in Bolivia, Peru and Mexico exercising highest standards of quality and efficiency by optimizing its resources and the preservation of the environment. In this way Franklin Mining generates value in the fields in which it operates and the projects it explores and exploits, besides contributing to the socio-economic and cultural development in the community and country it operates. Moreover, it develops mining operations through safe, low cost, innovative technology, social commitment and respect for the environment, creating value for the shareholders, employees, and the region in which it operates.

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For additional information visit our website at www.FranklinMining.com


Investor Relations:

(858) 537-7439


SOURCE: Franklin Mining, Inc.

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