Valspar Announces Fiscal 2013 First Quarter Earnings Conference Call
The Valspar Corporation (NYSE: VAL) today announced that its first quarter earnings for fiscal 2013 will be broadcast live via the Internet on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. CT. Valspar Chairman and CEO Gary Hendrickson and CFO Lori Walker will review results for the first quarter, provide an update on the business and take questions from analysts.
The webcast can be accessed on the Investor Relations section of Valspar's corporate website at: www.valsparglobal.com/investors. A link to the webcast is provided at the top of the web page.
A replay of the call will be available from 12:30 p.m. Central U.S. Time on Feb. 12, 2013 until midnight Feb. 26, 2013. This replay can be accessed via telephone as follows:
Domestic U.S. Toll-free Bridge: +1 800-475-6701
International Bridge: +1 320-365-3844
Enter Access Code: 280279
About The Valspar Corporation
The Valspar Corporation (NYSE: VAL) is a global leader in the paint and coatings industry. Since 1806, Valspar has been dedicated to bringing customers the latest innovations, the finest quality and the best customer service in the coatings industry. For more information, visit www.valsparglobal.com.
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