AIVN to Commence Drilling Alamo Mining Concessions

LITHIA, FL, May 31, 2017 (Marketwired via COMTEX) — LITHIA, FL–(Marketwired – May 31, 2017) – American International Ventures, Inc. (otc pink:AIVN), The Board of Directors of AIVN are pleased to announce the discovery of two new major auriferous zones on the concessions purchased on December 1, 2015. The Company completed the acquisition in Baja California of La Sorpressa, 90 hectares, La Sorpressa II, 265 hectares, La Sorpresa III, 71 hectares, Las III Fraccion 2 Frac I, 12 hectares, Las III Fraccion 2 Frac II, 12 hectares, Las III Fraccion 2 Frac III, 72 hectares, El Cid, 55.674 hectares, El Cid 1,72 hectares, Dolores, 1266.150 and M. Carter, 66.6054 hectares. The Company currently has a pilot plant mining operation at its La Sorpresa IV Property located in Baja California, Mexico. Presently, there are two Mexican mining companies showing interest in the Alamo and the Board of Directors recently turned down a Letter of Intent for $3,000,000 for 50% ownership of its subsidiary AIVN DE MEXICO.

Jose Garcia, CEO of AIVN, stated, “We are thrilled to announce the commencement of the diamond drilling campaign after completing the exploration of one of our mining concessions.”

American International Ventures, Inc. (AIVN) is a gold and silver mining company with a focus on acquiring and then producing from historic mines in operator friendly regions of the United States and Mexico. AIVN flagship mining property “The Mother Lode” in Baja California, Mexico is an enormous mining district, with a rich history starting at the turn of the 20th century. Only 10% of the property has been tested for gold; the areas have returned consistently high-grade results.

To see the full geologist report on the Alamo prepared by Jose Garcia, Juan Luis Frias T. and Victor Frias T. click on the home page of AIVN and then click on Technical Reports. http://www.aivn.co

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