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Just a quick update. In the best interest of the company and shareholders I have decided to terminate the contract with Victory Resources and focus on more immediate cash flow opportunities.

Our company is going to be a Holding company comprised of several different sectors. The Urban Mining is still on the table but the first announced deal was premature and problematic. My intentions is to keep the shares tightly held and not distribute them so freely, as has been done the past.

Around the first of November I will be traveling to Hong Kong to comlete a deal I have been working on for several months. I will bring this to our company. It is a business I am very passionate about and have a great deal of experience. I am also close to completing a deal in a sector that is new to me but I have some advisors that understand it very well. No promises but I hope I can complete the deal before I leave to Hong Kong.

In closing, I just completed negotiating a $2.8 million contract with a big box store. There is a possibility I could bring this into our holding company, if I can make both companies satisfied. I have no apologies for lack of details. Details were provided much too quickly concerning Victory and that wont happen again.


New Generation Consumer Group Inc. is a US based metal/minerals company with a primary focus on the rare metals, headquartered in Los Angeles, California. NGCG specializes in metals such as Lithium, Gold and Silver. There will be a emphasis on niche based metals such as Lithium due to the growing demand because of the new energy storage technology.

New Generation is also positioning itself to become heavily involved in “Urban Mining”. New Generation will focus on reclaiming electronic waste to recover lithium, gold, silver copper and other metals.

New Generation will concentrate it’s effort on increasing shareholder value with asset based acquisitions of mineral property rights and Joint Ventures with established mining companies. In addition to acquisitions of electronic waste recyclers.