Information Bulletin: Avalon presenting at Vancouver Critical Metals Investment Symposium and Resource Investment Conference
January 20, 2011
Critical Metals Investment Symposium, January 21 and 22, 2011 Avalon will be presenting at the Critical Metals Investment Symposium on Saturday at 1:45PM. This symposium will bring together a multitude of parties involved in finding solutions to the developing world supply shortage of rare earth elements and other strategic metals.
The Vancouver Resource Investment Conference January 23 and 24, 2011 Avalon Rare Metals is pleased to invite shareholders and other investors in the Vancouver area to meet management at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference Booth #1304 on Sunday and Monday, January 23 and 24, 2011. As well, Don Bubar will be making a brief corporate presentation in Workshop 2 after 3:30 PM on Sunday, January 23.
Critical Metals Investment Symposium
Pan Pacific Hotel
300-999 Canada Place
Vancouver Resource Investment Conference
Vancouver Convention Centre
West 1055 Canada Place
Booth #1304 (link to floor plan)
Exhibit hall hours:
Sunday, January 23, 2011
Monday, January 24, 2011
From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
ABOUT AVALON RARE METALS INC.
Avalon Rare Metals Inc. (TSX & NYSE Amex: AVL) is a mineral exploration and development company focused on rare metals deposits in Canada. Its flagship project, the 100%-owned Nechalacho Deposit, Thor Lake, NWT, is emerging as one of the largest undeveloped rare earth elements resources in the world. Its exceptional enrichment in the more valuable 'heavy' rare earth elements, which are key to enabling advances in green energy technology and other growing high-tech applications, is one of the few potential sources of these critical elements outside of China, currently the source of 95% of world supply. Avalon is well funded, has no debt and its work programs are progressing steadily. Social responsibility and environmental stewardship are corporate cornerstones. Avalon's performance on community engagement in the north earned it the 2010 PDAC Environmental and Social Responsibility Award.