RENO, Nev., May 18, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc., (PINK:USMN) announced today that the Board of Directors, on May 12, 2016, appointed D. Quincy Farber, a Director of USMN.
Mr. Farber (38), is owner of Quincy Bag Company, Inc. in Dubuque, IA. (www.quincybag.com) Quincy Bag Company Inc. supplies new & reconditioned FIBCs (bulk bags), woven polypropylene, multi-wall paper, BOPP, burlap, and sandbags to companies in various industries from agriculture, manufacturing to home and garden. He attended University of Dubuque majoring in Aviation. After a brief stint in the family business, he founded Quincy Bag Company and his entrepreneurial spirit was called into action as he built his own business from the ground up. The business is thriving and now has several satellite warehouses with 15 employees and is growing each year. His true passion is to invest in people and businesses that started out like he did. He values the small farms that he supplies bags to as much as the large corporations he does business with.
Upon acceptance of the Board position Mr. Farber stated, “Please call me Quincy.” Further, he said, “ I am proud to accept a position as a Board member for U.S. Rare Earth Minerals and I look forward to helping the Company succeed in any way I can.”
U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc.
U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc. (USMN) is engaged in the sales and distribution of products derived from the Company’s mining activities in Nevada relating to certain natural mineral deposits and other natural rare earth minerals. Products of USMN consist of natural minerals for animal consumption as well as agricultural products sold under the brand name EXCELERITE®. USMN is headquartered in Reno, Nevada and has executive offices in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company maintains a web site at: www.us-rem.com.
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