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Louisville, KY, February 22, 2005 — Brown-Forman Corporation announced today that it is exploring strategic alternatives for its wholly-owned subsidiary, Lenox, Incorporated, including a possible sale. Lenox manufactures and markets leading brands in several consumer product categories, including Lenox fine china, crystal, collectibles, and giftware; Dansk contemporary tableware and giftware; Gorham silver, crystal and china;…

Louisville, KY, February 22, 2005 — Brown-Forman Corporation announced today that it is exploring strategic alternatives, including a possible sale, for its wholly-owned subsidiary, Lenox, Inc., and for Lenox’s Brooks & Bentley subsidiary, which is based in the United Kingdom. Brooks & Bentley markets an array of fine products, including Disney® porcelain figurines and sculptures,…

Louisville, KY, February 16, 2005 — Brown-Forman Beverages announced today that it is consolidating its wine marketing functions in Louisville. David Dearie, president of Brown-Forman Wines, stated, “We are constantly striving to improve our organization to best meet the needs of our consumers and maximize our brand building opportunities. An important part of this evolution…

Louisville, KY, February 15, 2005 — Brown-Forman Corporation will release its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal 2005 on February 22 by 8:30 a.m. (EST). The company will host a conference call to discuss third quarter results at 10:00 a.m. (EST) that same morning. All interested parties in the U.S. are invited to…

Louisville, KY, February 10, 2005 — Testifying before the Kentucky House Appropriations and Revenue Committee in Frankfort today, T.J. Graven, director of Investor Relations for Louisville-based Brown-Forman Corporation, criticized the Governor’s Alcohol Tax Plan as being unfair and detrimental to the economic competitiveness of Kentucky. Graven noted that if the Governor’s plan is approved it…