Tombstone Exploration Corp. concentrates their efforts mainly on the exploration and development of mineral resources. They have the mineral rights to approximately 11,500 acres of historical mining land in the areas around Tombstone, Arizona. In fact, they are now the largest holder of land in the Tombstone Mining District.

Tombstone Exploration Corporation will consider joint venture mining or other initiatives that will eventually expedite mining operation on their Tombstone property. This will be after the completion of necessary feasibility studies. The Company will acquire new properties via expansion and integrate the extraction of precious metals, rare earth, and other minerals. Their corporate goal is to produce metals and minerals below standard industry costs

This month, the Company sent six additional samples collected on February 5, 2009 to Copper State Analytical for assay for Gold, Silver, Manganese, Copper, Lead, and Zinc. Three of the samples came from the State of Maine Mine and three from the Randolph Mine. Both of these mines are on Tombstone’s Arizona mineral acreage.

This week, Tombstone Exploration Corporation announced that Simon Russell joined the Company as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Russell is a Geological Engineering graduate of the University of Arizona. He is also an alumnus of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. In addition, he completed several graduate courses at the University of Nevada, Reno’s Mackay School of Mines.