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Brunswick to take part in a series of financial talks

Brunswick Corp. chairman and CEO Dustan McCoy, along with senior vice president and CFO Peter Hamilton, will speak at several events for the financial community in early March.

The presentations are as follows:

* Hamilton will present at 3:30 p.m. (EST) today at the J.P. Morgan Global High Yield and Leveraged Finance Conference at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Florida. This presentation will be posted today on the Brunswick Web site.

* McCoy and Hamilton will attend Wednesday's KeyBanc Capital Markets 2010 Consumer Conference at the Grand Hyatt in New York. This presentation also will be posted that day on the Brunswick Web site.

* McCoy will present at 2:15 p.m. (EST) March 9 at Raymond James & Associates' 31st annual Institutional Investors Conference at the JW Marriott Grande Lakes in Orlando, Fla.

This presentation will be webcast live and can be accessed through the Brunswick Web site.

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