USCorp Begins Drilling on Its Arizona Twin Peaks Gold Property

USCorp Begins Drilling on Its Arizona Twin Peaks Gold Property

USCorp announces the initiation of reverse circulation drilling operations at its Twin Peaks Project in Yavapai County, Arizona as of Monday, September 8, 2008.

After receiving several proposals from major drilling companies, USCorp initially selected Layne Christensen Drilling of Chandler, Arizona for Phase I drilling programs at its Twin Peaks and Picacho properties. The extremely heavy rains in Central Arizona that were widely reported recently in the national press washed out many of the newly constructed roads that access the drill sites on the Twin Peaks property. As a result of the damage to the roads caused by the extreme weather, the drilling company’s equipment could not get onto the property and the drill sites, which delayed the start of our drilling program.

USCorp requested drilling proposals from other drilling companies and was able to secure the services of Harris Drilling of Escondido, California for specialty drilling services in the Twin Peaks Project area.

Harris Drilling has a reputation over the past 50 years of completing difficult and environmentally sensitive drilling programs on time and under budget. Harris Drilling is a family owned, specialty drilling company that has just completed a major, reverse circulation precious metal drilling program for American Bonanza at the Copperstone Mine site in La Paz County, Arizona.

Dr. Robert Cameron will be supervising the drilling program which will, initially, test areas of strongly anomalous precious metal values outlined by a NITON pXRF soil survey that is part of an ongoing test program of the NITON pXRF in conjunction with certain State and Federal agencies.

For further information contact Beverly Jedynak, 312-943-1100 ext. 112; or visit USCorp’s web site

USCorp is a public company that trades on the Over The Counter Bulletin Board under the symbol USCS. USCorp has two mineral exploration projects in the United States: The gold and silver Twin Peaks project located in Yavapai County, Arizona, and the gold Picacho Salton project located in Imperial County, California. USCorp’s NI 43-101 compliant Technical Reports and Feasibility Studies are available on their web site at

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