SIPP Industries Inc. Incoming CEO Jonathan Morgan Featured in an Exclusive Interview on StockTradersTalk.com
February 14, 2013 - New York, New York
SIPP Industries Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SIPC) a company offering fulfillment and Supply Chain services specifically for the coffee hospitality industries now enters the liquor arena. SIPC CEO Jonathan Morgan will be a featured guest in an exclusive interview on StockTradersTalk.com.
The interview will be held on Thursday, February 14th, and can be accessed at http://stocktraderstalk.com/sipc-ceo-interview-jonathan-morgan-sipp-industries-inc-2122013. An archived version will be available on Stock Traders Talk homepage at www.stocktraderstalk.com immediately following the interview, which will discuss new markets and the development of Sipp Industries' liquor business.
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