BlueBird Battery Metals Appoints New Interim President
Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1, 2019 – BlueBird Battery Metals Inc. (TSXV: BATT; US:BBBMF) (the “Company” or “BlueBird”) is pleased to announce that Leigh Hughes, currently a director of the Company, has been appointed Interim President. Mr. Hughes has been instrumental in bringing the current Australian landholdings to the Company. His extensive experience in the Australian mineral exploration and financing sectors has been invaluable.
The Company also announces that Gary Nassif has resigned and President and director of the Company. The Company thanks Mr. Nassif for his service on the past six months. Mr. Nassif will remain as a consultant to the Company.
About BlueBird Battery Metals
BlueBird Battery Metals (TSXV: BATT; US: BBBMF) is a Canadian publicly listed company focused on the global exploration and development of strategic battery metals projects, primarily cobalt and nickel. BlueBird’s goal is to pursue a business model that offers direct and long-term leverage to the price appreciation in nickel and cobalt, two principal materials in EV batteries. The Company plans to become a leader in the battery metals sector, as cobalt is currently in a global supply deficit, has a vulnerable supply chain, and is part of an emerging sector with extraordinary potential. BlueBird is currently advancing a portfolio of battery metals focused assets in in Western Australia and reviewing new acquisition opportunities to add to the Company’s project portfolio.
On Behalf of the Board of BlueBird Battery Metals Inc.
Chairman and CEO
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