PALM DESERT, Calif., March 6, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- U.S. Mine Makers, Inc. (Pink Sheets:USMM) announced today that CEO Ronald Bell will conduct an inspection of USMM's Idaho mine site, March 11th through the 14th. Mr. Bell will verify all existing claims and entitlements along with the possibility of purchasing new and adjacent claims. Mr. Bell will also conduct a full production feasibility study on a local processing plant, with the intentions of retrofitting the facility to process 200 TPD of ore body, using existing machinery owned by USMM at the site. Additional ore samples will be obtained for assay to estimate the potential value of the properties.

About U.S. Mine Makers, Inc.

U.S. Mine Makers, Inc. is a mining and exploration company using 'eco-friendly' technology. Besides its precious metals mining operations, the company also prides itself as an 'eco-friendly' mine restoration company that uses its own modern technology to clean up toxic mine sites. The company motto is, "We Clean the Planet - One Mine Site at a Time." U.S Mine Makers, Inc. has executive offices in Palm Desert, California and maintains a web site at:

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