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Twin Disc to release earnings report

Twin Disc will release its fiscal 2008 fourth-quarter and full-year financial results July 29 before the market opens.

The company will host a conference call at 2 p.m. EDT that same day to discuss the results and to answer questions. Those wishing to participate can call (800) 762-8908.

The call will also be broadcast live over the Internet at www.twindisc.com/companyinvestor.aspx. The archived webcast will be available shortly after the call on the company’s Web site.

Based in Racine, Wis., Twin Disc manufactures marine and heavy duty, off-highway power transmission equipment. Products include marine transmissions, surface drives, propellers and boat management systems, as well as power-shift transmissions, hydraulic torque converters, power take-offs, industrial clutches and control systems.

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