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VHGI: VHGI Gold Taps Key Mining Professionals to Assist With Development Plan for $50,000,000 Potential Reserves at Treasure Gulch Gold Mine; Investor Town Hall Meeting to be Scheduled
Date:12/15/2009

LEXINGTON, Ky., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Virtual Health Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VHGI) confirmed today that VHGI Gold (a wholly owned operating subsidiary of VHGI) has appointed two key industry professionals to the VHGI advisory board to assist with bringing the Treasure Gulch and Zero Gold Mines properties into production as quickly as possible. Additionally, the company is informing interested shareholders and related parties that they intend to schedule a Live Investor Town Hall Meeting so that investors may ask questions concerning the project to the company's representatives.

"VHGI is pleased to announce that we have contracted with outside entities to conduct due diligence and testing at the Treasure Gulch and Zero Mines properties, and that Michael M. Chaffee and Dennis Atkins have agreed to sit on the advisory board to assist with the development of these properties and the evaluation of other opportunities within the Gold Mining Industry," stated Jim Renfro, President, VHGI. "The company hopes to announce a definitive development plan within the near future, and under their guidance it is hoped that initial results will produce laboratory Gold within 4-6 weeks from testing commencement".

Mr. Michael Chaffee is the President and CEO of a public mining company; he has over 30 years of extensive mining experience and work history in the Senior Management of public companies, as well as tremendous education, certifications, and connections to draw upon. Mr. Atkins is the CFO and a director of a public mining company. Mr. Atkins is also a CPA with over 25 years experience in public accounting, specializing in the audits of publicly traded companies. His firm is a member of the SEC's practice Section of the American Institute of CPAs.

In a related announcement, VHGI announced that they intend to hold an Internet based Investor Town Hall Meeting within the near future. Topics include
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