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Silver Goodies Part of Silver Summit 2007

By: David Bond

-- Posted 13 September, 2007 | | Discuss This Article - Comments:

Join at The Silver Summit!Wallace, Idaho – In addition to a world-class panel of experts and CEOs from all corners of the silver world, Silver Summit 2007 this year will feature a variety of products using silver in traditional and non-traditional applications.


Eclectic Silver of Pinehurst, Idaho, will among others trot out the latest offerings of silver apparel, now in vogue with sportsmen, hunters, and the military forces of the U.K., the United States and other NATO elements.


“Silver clothing is just one of the many non-traditional uses of silver that will be featured at Silver Summit 2007,” said Shauna Hillman, conference director. “But it is one of the more exciting applications. Silver's proven anti-bacterial properties are finding their way into clothing for hunters and soldiers, where it reduces odor by killing the very bacteria that cause problems in conventional clothing. There's no better way to sneak up on a deer,” she said.


“Silver is also a time-proven preventative and prophylactic against infection. Our exhibitors and presenters will explain how this works,” Hillman said.


Silver Summit 2007 is a global conference focused on all aspects of silver investment held annually by the Silver Valley Mining Association in the silver fields of northern Idaho, are pleased to announce an all-star cast of presenters for the Sept. 20-24 event in Coeur d'Alene and Wallace, Idaho.


Featured speakers include John Embry of Sprott Asset Management, Bill Murphy of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee, James Turk of GoldMoney, Jason Hommel of Silver Stock Report, Jeffrey Christian of metals analysts CPM Group, award-winning author David Bensimons, David Morgan of the Morgan Report, Peter Spina of GoldSeek, Richard “Mogambo Guru” Daughty, and Earl Bennett, Dean Emeritus of the Idaho College of Mines.


“In addition to these headliners, we are also pleased to announce the participation of the world's finest primary silver miners at Silver Summit 2007, including Phil Baker of Hecla, Ross Beaty of Pan American Silver, Rui Feng of Silvercorp, Robert Quartermain of Silver Standard, and the list keeps growing,” said  Hillman, Silver Summit 2007 director. “More than 40 companies and about 800 investors will attend this year's event,” Hillman added.


“This is the Silver Summit's fifth year. We have seen it grow from a small room of curious people into a worldwide event. It's the only opportunity that people who are genuinely interested in all aspects of silver, whether they are investors in small-cap silver exploration companies or end-users of silver in the form of medical or industrial applications, have to get together, share ideas, and meet the CEOs of the world's premiere silver producers,” Hillman said.


She added that preregistration is a necessity due to the conference's limited space. Registration may be accomplished by visiting Silver Summit's website at, or by telephoning the Silver Valley Mining Association at +1.208.556.1621. Admission is $25 per person.


Concurrent with Silver Summit's 2007 dates of 20-21 September at the Coeur d'Alene Inn/Best Western in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, will be the annual Center of the Universe celebration in Wallace the weekend of 22-23 September. Additionally, underground mine tours are being arranged on an individual basis for interested investors on Wednesday, Sept. 19.


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-- Posted 13 September, 2007 | | Discuss This Article - Comments:

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