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Central Parking Corporation (CPC)

1/30/2006 Proxy Information

Mrs. Brown is the daughter of Monroe J. Carell, Jr., Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company.

The Company leases two properties from an entity 50% owned by Monroe Carell, Jr., the Company’s Chairman, and 50% owned by Mr. Carell’s three daughters, including Kathryn Carell Brown, a director. The leases, which were entered into in 1995 for a term of ten years, were amended in fiscal 2005. The amended leases have terms of two and three years respectively, Total rent expense for the two locations in fiscal 2005, including percentage rent, was $315,000. Management believes such transactions have been on terms no less favorable to the Company than those that could have been obtained from unaffiliated persons

The Company owns a 50% interest in a limited liability company (“LLC”) that owns the Lodo Garage in Denver, Colorado. The Company manages the garage under a long-term management agreement. An offer to purchase the entire LLC was received from an unrelated third party and the owner of the other 50% interest informed the Company of its desire to sell its interest. The Company declined to sell its interest in the LLC and the third party buyer was not interested in purchasing a 50% interest. The Company elected not to exercise its option to purchase the remaining 50% interest and another buyer was sought by the parties. A company owned by Mr. Carell and his three daughters including Kathryn Carell Brown, a director, purchased the remaining 50% interest in the LLC at the price offered by the unrelated third party. The purchase was completed in February 2004. As a result, the entity owned by Mr. Carell and his daughters now owns 50% of the LLC and the Company owns the remaining 50% of the LLC.

In connection with the Company’s acquisition of Kinney System Holding Corp. (“Kinney”) in February 1998, the Company entered into a consulting agreement with Lewis Katz, one of the principal shareholders of Kinney and a director of the Company since May 1998. Under this agreement, Mr. Katz is entitled to receive a base consulting fee of $200,000 a year beginning in February 1999 and continuing for a period of four years. The agreement has been extended on a year-to-year basis and is cancelable upon 60 days’ notice. The agreement also provides certain incentives to Mr. Katz to seek new business opportunities for the Company. In this regard, Mr. Katz is entitled to receive a “participating consulting fee” equal to 10% of “adjusted operating income,” as defined in the agreement, from the operation of any new leased or managed parking facilities that Mr. Katz secures for the Company. This participating consulting fee, which is to be paid for a period of five years from the commencement date of the parking facility, is to be paid only to the extent adjusted operating income from these new locations exceeds $200,000. In fiscal 2005, Mr. Katz received $200,000 under the consulting agreement.

A subsidiary of the Company entered into a limited partnership agreement with Arizin Ventures, L.L.C. (“Arizin”), a company owned by Lewis Katz, in the fiscal year ended September 30, 1999. The Company serves as the general partner of the partnership and Arizin serves as the limited partner. Under the partnership agreement, Mr. Katz has agreed to seek new business opportunities in the form of leases and management contracts to operate parking facilities as well as renewals of existing leases and contracts as requested by the Company. The Company operates all of the partnership’s parking facilities. The Company owns 70% of the partnership and Arizin owns 30%. The partnership agreement provides that the net profit or loss of the partnership equals the combined lot level profit of each of the parking facilities operated by the partnership. Mr. Katz receives an administrative fee of $50,000 per quarter as long as he remains active in seeking new contracts or renewals for the partnership. Cash flow, after expenses, is distributed to the partners semi-annually. Mr. Katz is not entitled to receive the “participating consulting fee” under his consulting agreement (described above) for any opportunities presented to the partnership. The partnership agreement provides that the Company has the right to purchase Mr. Katz’ interest in the partnership at fair market value in certain circumstances, including Mr. Katz’ death or incapacity. Fair market value will be determined by independent appraisal. Arizin received $734,973 from the partnership in fiscal 2005.

1/26/2005 Proxy Information

Mrs. Brown is the daughter of Monroe J. Carell, Jr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Central Parking Corporation.

The Company leases two properties from an entity 50% owned by Monroe Carell, Jr., the Company’s Chairman, and 50% owned by Mr. Carell’s three daughters, including Kathryn Carell Brown, a director. The leases, which were entered into in 1995, are for a term of ten years and provide for base rent of $290,000 plus percentage rent. Total rent expense for fiscal 2004, including percentage rent, was $290,000. In addition, the Company will receive 25% of the gain in the event of a sale of these properties during the term of the leases. Management believes such transactions have been on terms no less favorable to the Company than those that could have been obtained from unaffiliated persons.

The Company owns a 50% interest in a limited liability company (“LLC”) that owns the Lodo Garage in Denver, Colorado. The Company manages the garage under a long-term management agreement. An offer to purchase the entire LLC was received from an unrelated third party and the owner of the other 50% interest informed the Company of its desire to sell its interest. The Company declined to sell its interest in the LLC and the third party buyer was not interested in purchasing a 50% interest. The Company elected not to exercise its option to purchase the remaining 50% interest and another buyer was sought by the parties. A company owned by Mr. Carell and his three daughters including Kathryn Carell Brown, a director, purchased the remaining 50% interest in the LLC at the price offered by the unrelated third party. The purchase was completed in February 2004. As a result, the entity owned by Mr. Carell and his daughters now owns 50% of the LLC and the Company owns the remaining 50% of the LLC.

In connection with the Company’s acquisition of Kinney System Holding Corp. (“Kinney”) in February 1998, the Company entered into a consulting agreement with Lewis Katz, one of the principal shareholders of Kinney and a director of the Company since May 1998. Under this agreement, Mr. Katz is entitled to receive a base consulting fee of $200,000 a year beginning in February 1999 and continuing for a period of four years. The agreement has been extended on a year-to-year basis and is cancelable upon 60 days’ notice. The agreement also provides certain incentives to Mr. Katz to seek new business opportunities for the Company. In this regard, Mr. Katz is entitled to receive a “participating consulting fee” equal to 10% of “adjusted operating income,” as defined in the agreement, from the operation of any new leased or managed parking facilities that Mr. Katz secures for the Company. This participating consulting fee, which is to be paid for a period of five years from the commencement date of the parking facility, is to be paid only to the extent adjusted operating income from these new locations exceeds $200,000. In fiscal 2004, Mr. Katz received $200,000 under the consulting agreement.

A subsidiary of the Company entered into a limited partnership agreement with Arizin Ventures, L.L.C. (“Arizin”), a company owned by Lewis Katz, in the fiscal year ended September 30, 1999. The Company serves as the general partner of the partnership and Arizin serves as the limited partner. Under the partnership agreement, Mr. Katz has agreed to seek new business opportunities in the form of leases and management contracts to operate parking facilities as well as renewals of existing leases and contracts as requested by the Company. The Company operates all of the partnership’s parking facilities. The Company owns 70% of the partnership and Arizin owns 30%. The partnership agreement provides that the net profit or loss of the partnership equals the combined lot level profit of each of the parking facilities operated by the partnership. Mr. Katz receives an administrative fee of $50,000 per quarter as long as he remains active in seeking new contracts or renewals for the partnership. Cash flow, after expenses, is distributed to the partners semi-annually. Mr. Katz is not entitled to receive the “participating consulting fee” under his consulting agreement (described above) for any opportunities presented to the partnership. The partnership agreement provides that the Company has the right to purchase Mr. Katz’ interest in the partnership at fair market value in certain circumstances, including Mr. Katz’ death or incapacity. Fair market value will be determined by independent appraisal. Arizin received $339,000 from the partnership in fiscal 2004.

1/12/2004 Proxy Information

Kathryn Carell Brown and Julia Carell Stadler are daughters of Monroe J. Carell, Jr., Chairman of Central Parking Corporation.

The Company leases two properties from an entity 50% owned by Monroe Carell, Jr., the Company’s Chairman, and 50% owned by Mr. Carell’s three daughters, including Julia Carell Stadler, a director, and Kathryn Carell Brown, a director nominee. The leases, which were entered into in 1995, are for a term of ten years and provide for base rent of $290,000 plus percentage rent. Total rent expense for fiscal 2003, including percentage rent, was $290,000. In addition, the Company will receive 25% of the gain in the event of a sale of these properties during the term of the leases. Management believes such transactions have been on terms no less favorable to the Company than those that could have been obtained from unaffiliated persons.

In connection with the Company’s acquisition of Kinney System Holding Corp. (“Kinney”) in February 1998, the Company entered into a consulting agreement with Lewis Katz, one of the principal shareholders of Kinney and a director of the Company since May 1998. Under this agreement, Mr. Katz is entitled to receive a base consulting fee of $200,000 a year beginning in February 1999 and continuing for a period of four years. The agreement also provides certain incentives to Mr. Katz to seek new business opportunities for the Company. In this regard, Mr. Katz is entitled to receive a “participating consulting fee” equal to 10% of “adjusted operating income,” as defined in the agreement, from the operation of any new leased or managed parking facilities that Mr. Katz secures for the Company. This participating consulting fee, which is to be paid for a period of five years from the commencement date of the parking facility, is to be paid only to the extent adjusted operating income from these new locations exceeds $200,000. In fiscal 2003 Mr. Katz received $200,000 under the consulting agreement.

A subsidiary of the Company entered into a limited partnership agreement with Arizin Ventures, L.L.C. (“Arizin”), a company owned by Lewis Katz, in the fiscal year ended September 30, 1999. The Company serves as the general partner of the partnership and Arizin serves as the limited partner. Under the partnership agreement, Mr. Katz has agreed to seek new business opportunities in the form of leases and management contracts to operate parking facilities as well as renewals of existing leases and contracts as requested by the Company. The Company operates all of the partnership’s parking facilities. The Company owns 70% of the partnership and Arizin owns 30%. The partnership agreement provides that the net profit or loss of the partnership equals the combined lot level profit of each of the parking facilities operated by the partnership. Mr. Katz receives an administrative fee of $50,000 per quarter as long as he remains active in seeking new contracts or renewals for the partnership. Cash flow, after expenses, is distributed to the partners semi-annually. Mr. Katz is not entitled to receive the “participating consulting fee” under his consulting agreement (described above) for any opportunities presented to the partnership. The partnership agreement provides that the Company has the right to purchase Mr. Katz’ interest in the partnership at fair market value in certain circumstances, including Mr. Katz’ death or incapacity. Fair market value will be determined by independent appraisal. Arizin received $592,000 from the partnership in fiscal 2003.

Mr. Katz has an ownership interest in Foley Parking Affiliate, LLC (“Foley Parking”). Foley Parking and the Company each own 50% of a company that leases a parking garage in New York City. The lease has a term of 20 years and the base rent is $1.3 million per year. In fiscal 2003, this location incurred losses of approximately $519,500, including approximately $600,000 of deferred rent expense.