SILVERSAVER® TO SPONSOR NASCAR DRIVER BLAKE KOCH

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(LAWRENCE, KS) June 18, 2012 — SilverSaver®, a precious metals purchasing service of Lawrence, KS based Mass Metal LLC, announces its primary sponsorship of NASCAR driver Blake Koch beginning with the upcoming Subway Jalapeño 250 at Daytona International Speedway on July 6th.

“I’m so pumped to be racing at Daytona next month in the SilverSaver® #82 Dodge for MacDonald Motorsports,” said Koch. It’s great to have SilverSaver® on board for the race as well. They are the ones making it possible for me to race and I couldn’t be more thankful for their support.” In 2011, Blake finished 2nd in the Nationwide Series Rookie of the Year battle by one point.

About SilverSaver® PMA

SilverSaver® PMA (Precious Metal Account) is an employer sponsored plan that provides a safe, disciplined way for any level of investor to add physical precious metals to their saving and investment plan. Silver and gold are foundational pillars of saving and investment that everyone should utilize because of their 5,000 year track record of preserving purchasing power. SilverSaver® PMA is the first and only way to save in precious metals through the convenience of payroll deduction.

Jeremy Brakenhoff, President and CEO of Mass Metal LLC said, “We are excited about the recent launch of SilverSaver® PMA and our partnership with Blake. Because of this sponsorship, many NASCAR fans across the country will be exposed for the first time to why and how they should be saving physical silver and gold”.

Fans can watch the SilverSaver® #82 Dodge race live on ESPN Friday, July 6th at 7PM EST. For more on Blake and his 2012 racing season be sure to visit www.blakekoch.com and follow him on Twitter and Facebook.

For more information about SilverSaver®, please visit www.silversaver.com.

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