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SIPP Industries Inc. (SIPC) Unveils Its French Liquor Distiller and USA Wholesaler Supply Management Chain

Company inks the deal with 155 year old French distiller and a top USA wholesaler

NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- (Marketwire) -- 02/01/13 -- SIPP Industries Inc. (PINKSHEETS:SIPC) - SIPC www.sippindustries.com The incoming merger company Spectre Worldwide with its expertise in celebrity events - concerts, nightclubs and branding is expanding its brands with today's well known celebrities in music, film and television for the event - concert and nightclub industry. Spectre's premium branded spirits fall within multiple categories of the spirits industry: liqueurs, tequila, prosecco, vodka, cognac, wines, softpaks and private label liquors for specific clientele.

SPECTRE - SIPC HIGHLIGHTS


--  Management has extensive Liquor industry expertise; 
    
--  Portfolio of high quality premium branded spirits; 
    
--  Liqueurs are manufactured by Louis Royer of France owned by Suntory
    www.suntory.com/ with over 155 years of experience as a distiller; 
    
--  Launching Prosecco in Spring of 2013 in Asia market manufactured in
    Italy;
    Global wholesale distribution rapidly expanding through our relationship
    with United Spirits http://www.unitedspirits.in/index.aspx; 
    
--  Currently expanding into Asia, Brazil, Europe and the Caribbean; 
    
--  Sales projected to quadruple over the next 18 months; 

In other company news and events, the company asks its followers to monitor its corporate web site as for a pdf document labeled IMPORTANT UPDATE. This relates to a certain critic blog which may be of interest to Company followers. The current company web site only contains information pertaining to the existing operating company Palm Beach Coffee. Incoming merger Spectre content will be updated shortly.

As previously announced by the issuer both of these mergers are on schedule to close in a timely fashion with leverage of the preferred shareholdings and cash derived from accredited investor. The share structure should remain unchanged with no dilution to the common shareholders.

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