Erin Ventures Inc. [TSX-V: EV] has formed a Technical Advisory Board comprised of distinguished mining individuals who will act as strategic advisors to Executive Management and the Board of Directors. The mandate of this team is to provide perspective and advice on all facets of the development of the Company’s Serbian boron project. The first two individuals named to the Advisory Board provide an extensive suite of knowledge and experience to help guide Erin in multiple areas including exploration, mine planning and design, large-scale construction, implementation and project management.

James Wallis, M.Sc. (Eng), P. Eng.
Mr. Wallis has 35 years of experience in all phases of mineral exploration and mine development. He has served in senior mine management positions throughout the world, with companies such as Noranda, Kerr Addison, U.S. Borax, Amax and others. While employed as the Mine Engineer at the Allan Potash Mine by U.S. Borax and Chemical Corp., Mr. Wallis was instrumental in the development of the mine – from shaft sinking to the design and selection of underground mining equipment for a large-scale trackless mining operation. Additionally, he spent time at U.S. Borax operations in the U.S. evaluating the economics of their open pit and underground mining operations, gaining knowledge and experience in boron production. Mr. Wallis successfully served Kerr Addison as the On-site Manager of Operations during the feasibility study of the Adanac Molybdenum Deposit. His duties included the over-all direction of surface drilling, underground bulk sampling and pilot mill construction and operation. Since 1996 Mr. Wallis has been an integral member of Erin’s exploration team regarding the exploration of the Piskanja boron deposit. Mr. Wallis is a former Director of Erin and continues to provide consulting services to the company. Mr. Wallis is a Registered Professional Engineer in the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C.

Vladan Milosevic, PhD. (Eng)
Since 1997, Prof. Milosevic continues to hold the position of Department Chief for Mineral Processing, at the “Institute for Technology of Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials” located in Belgrade, Serbia. The Institute was formed in 1948 for the development of engineering processes, products and solutions for the mining industry. Prof. Milosevic has successfully served as Project Manager on numerous commercial mining projects including: the reconstruction of the Veliki Krivelj Floatation Plant to increase capacity to 10,000,000 tonnes of ore per year; increasing the copper recovery from the Cerovo, Cementacija 1- South deposit; and processing optimization of the Tenka 3, Majdanpek Copper Mine. Additionally, Prof. Milosevic has lead several government funded projects including: defining optimal technological and technical parameters of manufacturing ultra-fine powders by micronisation; developing material production for the disciplines of metallurgy, civil engineering and mechanical engineering; development and implementation of new technologies for processing of non-metallic ores; and, development and implementation of new technologies for the processing of the minerals from polimetalic Pb-Zn-Ag ore. Along with Prof. Milosevic’s outstanding professional achievements and academic qualifications, his extensive knowledge of the Serbian mining industry, laws, customs and language make him a valuable resource for Erin.

On behalf of the Board of Directors,
Blake Fallis, General Manager

For further information, please contact:
Erin Ventures Inc. Canada
Blake Fallis, General Manager TSX Venture: EV
Phone: 1-250- 384-1999 or 1-888-289-3746 USA

Erin’s Public Quotations:
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Berlin Stock Exchange: EKV

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Forward Looking Statements
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