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CBRL Group, Inc. (CBRL)

10/21/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. White was Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of CBRL Group, Inc. from 1985 to December 1995.

Except as disclosed under "Executive Compensation," and except as set forth below, our executive officers, directors and director nominees did not have significant business relationships with us which would require disclosure under applicable SEC regulations and no other transactions requiring such disclosure are anticipated during 2006.

Through a subsidiary, we lease a restaurant property in Macon, Georgia from a limited partnership controlled by B. F. "Jack" Lowery, one of our directors. The annual rent is the greater of (i) 12% of the total initial cost of the land, buildings and improvements, or (ii) 5% of the total restaurant sales plus 3% of the gift shop sales. The lease, which was originally entered into in 1981, expires on June 1, 2011 with one 10-year option remaining. During 2005, our subsidiary paid $193,051 in rent to the limited partnership.

We and our subsidiaries also use the services of Fleishman-Hillard, Inc., an international public relations firm, in connection with our product and service marketing efforts, as well as with general CBRL public relations activities. Martha M. Mitchell, a director, was a Senior Partner in that firm until her retirement on July 29, 2005. During 2005, we, or our subsidiaries, paid Fleishman-Hillard $94,849 for consulting services, including corporate media consulting and response and concept marketing, plus reimbursement of direct expenses.

We negotiated each of these transactions on an arms-length basis, and each of these transactions have been reviewed and approved by the Audit Committee. We believe that these transactions are fair and reasonable and that their terms are no less favorable than could be obtained from unaffiliated persons.

We retain Corporate Communications, Inc., 523 Third Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee to assist in the management of our investor relations and other shareholder communications issues. Corporate Communications, Inc. receives a fee of approximately $2,000 per month, plus reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses. As part of its duties, Corporate Communications, Inc. assists us in the general solicitation of proxies.

10/22/2004 Proxy Information

Through a subsidiary, we lease a restaurant property in Macon, Georgia from a limited partnership controlled by B. F. "Jack" Lowery, one of our directors. The annual rent is the greater of (i) 12% of the total initial cost of the land, buildings and improvements, or (ii) 5% of the total restaurant sales plus 3% of the gift shop sales. The lease, which was originally entered into in 1981, expires on June 1, 2011 with one 10-year option remaining. During the 2004 fiscal year, our subsidiary paid a total of $186,126 in lease payments to the limited partnership.

We and our subsidiaries also use the services of Fleishman-Hillard, Inc., an international public relations firm, in connection with our product and service marketing efforts, as well as with general CBRL public relations activities. Martha M. Mitchell, a director, is a Senior Partner in that firm. During the past fiscal year, we, or our subsidiaries, paid $342,884 to Fleishman-Hillard, Inc. for its consulting services, including corporate media consulting and response and concept marketing, plus reimbursement of direct expenses.

We negotiated each of these transactions on an arms-length basis and each of these transactions have been reviewed and approved by the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. We believe that these transactions are fair and reasonable and that their terms are no less favorable than could be obtained from unaffiliated persons.

Although not required to be disclosed by SEC regulations, we also note that we use the services of Corporate Communications, Inc., a financial public relations firm in Nashville, Tennessee, of which Charles E. Jones, Jr., a director, is president and the major shareholder. During the past fiscal year, we paid $24,000 to Corporate Communications, Inc. for services, plus reimbursement of direct expenses including distribution of our annual report, proxy materials, and financial press releases.

Mr. Evins previously served CBRL Group, Inc.as Chief Executive Officer from August 1995 to April 1999 and July 2000 to August 2001 and as President and Chief Executive Officer from 1970 to August 1995 and April 1999 to July 2000.

Mr. White was Senior Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of CBRL Group, Inc. from 1985 to 1995.

10/24/2003 Proxy Information

Through a subsidiary, we lease a restaurant property in Macon, Georgia from a limited partnership controlled by B. F. ŇJackÓ Lowery, one of our directors. The annual rent is the greater of (i) 12% of the total initial cost of the land, buildings and improvements, or (ii) 5% of the total restaurant sales plus 3% of the gift shop sales. The lease, which was originally entered into in 1981, expires on June 1, 2011 with one 10-year option remaining. During the 2003 fiscal year, our subsidiary paid a total of $190,223 in lease payments to the limited partnership. In addition, LoJac Enterprises, Inc., a company controlled by Mr. Lowery, formally bid upon and was awarded a contract to perform $48,525 of construction services to LoganŐs Roadhouse, Inc. at a potential restaurant site.

We and our subsidiaries also use the services of Fleishman-Hillard, Inc., an international public relations firm, in connection with our product and service marketing efforts, as well as with general CBRL public relations activities. Martha M. Mitchell, a director, is a Senior Partner in that firm. During the past fiscal year, we, or our subsidiaries, paid $227,852.88 to Fleishman-Hillard, Inc. for its consulting services, including corporate media consulting and response and concept marketing, plus reimbursement of direct expenses.

We negotiated each of these transactions on an arms-length basis and each of these transactions have been reviewed and approved by the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. We believe that these transactions are fair and reasonable and that their terms are no less favorable than could be obtained from unaffiliated persons.

Although not required to be disclosed by SEC regulations, we also note that we use the services of Corporate Communications, Inc., a financial public relations firm in Nashville, Tennessee, of which Charles E. Jones, Jr., a director, is president and the major shareholder. During the past fiscal year, we paid $24,000 to Corporate Communications, Inc. for services, plus reimbursement of direct expenses including distribution of our annual report, proxy materials, and financial press releases.