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Vena Resources Engages Crystal Research and Grants Options

April 16, 2007

April 16, 2007--  Toronto, Ontario – Vena Resources Inc. (TSX.V: VEM, Lima: VEM, Frankfurt: V1R, OTC: VNARF) announces that it has engaged Crystal Research Associates (“Crystal Research”) of New York to provide an in depth Executive Informational Overview on Vena Resources, as well as provide quarterly updates thereafter.  Crystal Research is an independent research service company that is dedicated to increasing the visibility of growing public and private companies that represent extraordinary investment opportunities and more specifically, a focus on companies that demonstrate: solid growth prospects, well-designed operating and growth strategies and an experienced and proven management team.  Vena has agreed to pay Crystal Research US$37,500 for their services and to grant 250,000 share purchase options exercisable at $1.60 for a four year period.  The agreement with Crystal Research and the option grant are subject to regulatory approval.

The Company has also granted a total of 1,450,000 options also exercisable at $1.60 to directors, officers and employees of the Company in Canada and Peru.

For further information please visit the Company website at www.venaresources.com or contact:

Juan Vegarra – Chairman & CEO (416) 364-7739, ext. 120 – email jvegarra@venaresources.com

Pro-Edge Consultants Inc., Tracy Weslosky or Fred Cowans – Managing Partners

(866) 544-9622 or (416) 581-0177 – info@pro-edge.com

 

 


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