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RR Donnelley Awarded $20 Million Sportsman's Guide, Inc. Contract Renewal

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, Feb. 13 -- R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company has been awarded a multi-year contract extension to produce 100% of the catalog printing and logistics services for The Sportsman's Guide, Inc., a leading marketer of value priced outdoor gear and general merchandise, with a special emphasis on outdoor clothing, equipment and footwear. The Company operates in two segments, The Sportsman's Guide and The Golf Warehouse, markets through two primary channels -- catalogs and e-commerce Web sites, and mails over 50 million catalogs to existing and prospective customers. The estimated contract term value of this agreement exceeds $20 million. Greg Binkley, President and Chief Executive Officer, The Sportsman's Guide stated, "As our existing printer, RR Donnelley's ongoing dedication to customer service and quality, combined with their proven track record of on- time mail delivery, convinced us that we would be best served by extending our contract with them. They showed us time-and-time again that the team supporting our work could be depended upon to follow through on all issues that impacted our business, which made the entire print production process run very smoothly. We appreciate their solid efforts and look forward to continuing to work together in the years ahead." John Paloian, RR Donnelley Group President, Publishing & Retail Services commented, "As our customer-centric service model continues to be successful in winning new work and renewing existing business, we remain committed to supplying our sales and manufacturing teams with the resources they need to get the job done for our customers each and every day. This renewal of 100% of The Sportsman's Guide catalog printing and logistics business is one more validation of this approach. We remain committed to being the premier supplier of print and print-related services, and are delighted to extend our relationship with The Sportsman's Guide."