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Shares of Sunpeaks Ventures Inc. (OTC: SNPK) plunge in Friday’s Trading Session

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Shares of Sunpeaks Ventures Inc. (OTC: SNPK), a value-added distributor of hard-to-find and specialty drugs to the healthcare provider market, plunged in Friday’s trading session.

The penny stock of SNPK ended the day 10.53% lower at $0.170, with volume at 27.22 million. Despite the sharp fall on Friday, the stock gained 8.97% in the last three trading sessions.

Sunpeaks Ventures last week announced the signing of a marketing and sponsorship agreement with major university sports program.

Under the terms of the agreement, the university will feature SNPK’s Clotamin on field level signage during regular season home football games. Clotamin will also be featured in a full-page 4-color advertisement in the university football program.


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