SIPP Industries Inc.

January 29, 2013 15:50 ET

SIPP Industries Inc. (SIPC) Projections and Introduction To Targeted Merger Liquor Company

SIPC Seeks Provides Revenue Guidance and Further Expansion Plans

NEW YORK, NEW YORK--(Marketwire - Jan. 29, 2013) - SIPP Industries Inc. (PINKSHEETS:SIPC) - SIPC management as a result of many followers' inquiries into the proposed merger is providing this brief overview of the Spectre Liquor Company.

For reference purposes only and as a proud and factual accolade to Spectre's accomplishments its products and liqueurs are proudly manufactured in the Janac, France area with a distiller with over 150 years of experience.

Spectre Worldwide is an authorized company to license private label liquors and wines through its agreement with the licensed US import company. Through Spectre's agreement with the import company which was established in 2005, Spectre has the ability to offer and produce private label vodkas, tequilas, liquors, wines, prosecco, cognac and every other liquor under a private label brand. The Company believes that 25,000 to 100,000 cases would be a reasonable sales number for year 1 of a private label brand in association with Spectre's association to the Event and Concert industry. The Company is also participating with producing a private label for companies with global hotel and resort projects. Spectre also works directly with its own distilleries to distill its own vodkas - both potato vodka and wheat vodka. For more information, please email

In other company news and events, the company asks its followers to refer to OTC Markets filing section as over the next several days the company intends to disclose its projections on sales, compliance with USA laws, future products appointment of new officers and directors along with a filing of the updated adequate disclosure. These updates may not be considered newsworthy, however the company is of the opinion that its followers may find the updates of assistance.

More details will follow on a timely and frequent basis including the SIPC hot beverage division targeting a second and unrelated merger of Cafelinos Cafe.

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