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Dollar General Corporation (DG)

4/19/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Wilds is employed as a Senior Advisor to The Family Office, a company associated with Cal Turner, Jr., our former Chairman and CEO. Mr. Turner participates in determining Mr. Wilds’ compensation for services to The Family Office. Mr. Turner ceased service as our CEO in November 2002, as a director and Chairman in June 2003, and as an employee advisor to our Board in October 2005. Mr. Turner beneficially owned, as of March 27, 2006, less than 5% of our common stock. Our Board has determined that Mr. Wilds’ relationship with Mr. Turner is immaterial to Dollar General and does not impair Mr. Wild’s independence from current management. The Board based this decision on the fact that Mr. Turner no longer functions as an officer of Dollar General or as part of our management, nor does he have any control over or vested interest in members of our management other than as a shareholder.

Except as disclosed under “Executive Compensation,” and except as set forth below, our executive officers, directors, director nominees and greater than 5% shareholders did not have significant business relationships with us in 2005 which would require disclosure under applicable SEC regulations and no other transactions which need to be disclosed are currently planned for 2006.

On October 14, 2005, we entered into a Letter Agreement with Cal Turner, Jr. regarding his retirement from the Company. Mr. Turner, who beneficially owned in excess of 5% of our common stock during part of 2005 but who has since decreased his beneficial ownership below 5%, served as an employee advisor to the Board from June 2003 through October 2005. Prior to that, he served as our Chairman (January 1989-June 2003) and Chief Executive Officer (1977-November 2002). The effective date of Mr. Turner’s retirement was October 31, 2005. Pursuant to the Letter Agreement:

• We named Mr. Turner Honorary Chairman Emeritus of Dollar General.

• We paid a $1 million lump sum to Mr. Turner.

• We agreed to reimburse Mr. Turner up to $100,000 for legal and/or consulting costs and fees in connection with the negotiation and preparation of the Agreement. The amount actually reimbursed in 2005 totaled approximately $81,500.

• We agreed to provide a gross up for Mr. Turner to cover any federal income taxes and payroll tax withholdings resulting from the payment, compensation or other benefits referenced in the Agreement. In 2005, the gross up amount totaled approximately $688,500. We anticipate the 2006 gross up amount to total approximately $25,100.

• We transferred to Mr. Turner ownership of his 2004 Audi A-8 vehicle (valued at approximately $53,600).

• We agreed to purchase Tennessee Titans box suite tickets for at least the 2005-2009 football seasons and to give to Mr. Turner tickets for at least 8 games per season. The 2005 annual value of the tickets was approximately $46,550.

• We agreed to provide Mr. Turner use for 1 year of our voicemail system.

• Mr. Turner agreed to serve for at least 3 years as Chairman and President of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation, a non-profit, public benefit, charitable entity, committed to increasing the functional literacy of adults, families and children by providing grants to other non-profit organizations committed to the advancement of literacy, and we agreed to provide an office and necessary administrative support for this position.

• Mr. Turner agreed not to compete with us for 3 years.

• We agreed to continue our commitment to adult and family literacy programs and to allow Mr. Turner to remove personal possessions from Company property.

• Mr. Turner waived and released any and all known and unknown claims against us.

We also provided Mr. Turner with compensation and benefits during his tenure as employee advisor to our Board, which totaled in excess of $60,000 in 2005. Mr. Turner received base salary of approximately $206,258, certain benefits available to all part-time salaried employees generally, and other perquisites and benefits with an aggregate value in 2005 of approximately $78,943.

4/22/2005 Proxy Information

Except as disclosed under “Executive Compensation,” and except as set forth below, our executive officers, directors, director nominees and greater than 5% shareholders did not have significant business relationships with us in 2004 which would require disclosure under applicable SEC regulations and no other transactions which need to be disclosed are currently planned for the 2005 fiscal year.

Cal Turner, Jr., our former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, has served as an employee advisor to our Board since July 2003 and is a greater than 5% shareholder of Dollar General. In 1989, we entered into a collateral assignment agreement with Mr. Turner and AmSouth Bank as Trustee of the H. Calister Turner, Jr. 1982 Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust (the “Trustee”) whereby we agreed to advance the premiums on a $1 million life insurance policy on Mr. Turner’s life in return for the assignment of the Trustee’s interest in the policy to us to secure repayment of our premium advances. We advanced those premiums until 1999, at which time the premiums were paid from the cash surrender value of the policy. In April 2004, we received $328,675 from the termination of the policy and we released the collateral assignment. On May 24, 2004, as a method to compensate Mr. Turner for the loss of this benefit, the Compensation Committee of our Board approved a lump sum payment to Mr. Turner in the amount of $182,228 (the replacement cost of the insurance), with a gross up of approximately $103,225 to cover federal income taxes and FICA.

In addition, we share with Mr. Turner a box suite at a stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. The box suite is held in Mr. Turner’s name. In 2004, we reimbursed Mr. Turner approximately $93,000 for our use of the box suite in 2003 and 2004. In 2005, we paid approximately $46,550 for our use of the box suite in 2005. The 2005 payment was made directly to Dream Suites, L.P., the vendor of the box suite, rather than to Mr. Turner.

Mr. Turner also receives compensation and benefits for his service as employee advisor to our Board, which total in excess of $60,000 per year. Mr. Turner receives an annual base salary of approximately $275,000, certain benefits available to all part-time salaried employees generally, and other perquisites and benefits with an aggregate value in 2004 of approximately $113,444. In addition, Mr. Turner was granted 5,000 shares of restricted stock in 2004, all of which vest on May 24, 2005 or the date of his retirement, if earlier. Mr. Turner currently is receiving similar salary and benefits in 2005.

In 1991, we entered into a split-dollar agreement with James Stephen Turner (the brother of Cal Turner, Jr.) and the trustee of the James Stephen Turner 1991 Evergreen Trust, a trust created by Mr. J.S. Turner (the “Trust”), pursuant to which we agreed to pay a single premium on a $2.1 million life insurance policy on Mr. J.S. Turner’s life. We advanced that single premium payment in 1991 and received a security interest in the insurance policy to secure the repayment of the premium. On December 31, 2003, we entered into an agreement to terminate that split-dollar agreement and the Trust delivered to us a promissory note to repay on April 1, 2004 the premium we had advanced in the approximate amount of $295,650. Interest on this amount accrued at the rate of 3% per annum from December 31, 2003. The indebtedness was secured by a collateral assignment of the life insurance policy on Mr. J.S. Turner’s life. The Trust repaid approximately $295,650 on April 1, 2004 and accrued interest of approximately $2,220 on April 15, 2004. We released the collateral assignment of the life insurance policy on February 11, 2004.

4/13/2004 Proxy Information

Pursuant to law and our governing corporate documents, we advanced to our directors and certain of our officers, employees and agents reasonable expenses, including legal fees, for representation in connection with legal proceedings and an investigation by the SEC arising out the restatement of certain previously released financial information. The legal proceedings are no longer pending. Accordingly, no additional advances will be made in connection with those proceedings. However, we continue to advance to those persons reasonable expenses for representation in connection with the SEC investigation. These advances are made pursuant to a written undertaking by each such person to repay in full the amounts advanced if it is ultimately determined that the person is not entitled to indemnification by us in connection with these legal proceedings and investigations. No interest is charged on these advances. In 2003, the expenses we advanced were less than $60,000 for any person who served as a director or executive officer in 2003 except for John Holland to whom we advanced approximately $69,300 and Cal Turner to whom we advanced approximately $82,875. We cannot reasonably estimate the total amount of expenses that may ultimately be advanced or be advanced in 2004 to our directors and executive officers individually or in the aggregate, until the conclusion of the SEC investigation.

In 1991, we entered into a split-dollar agreement with James Stephen Turner (a greater than 5% shareholder of Dollar General) and the trustee of the James Stephen Turner 1991 Evergreen Trust, a trust created by Mr. Turner (the “Trust”), pursuant to which we agreed to pay a single premium on a life insurance policy on Mr. Turner’s life. We advanced that single premium payment in 1991 and received a security interest in the insurance policy to secure the repayment of the premium. On December 31, 2003, we entered into an agreement to terminate that split-dollar agreement and the Trust delivered to us a promissory note to repay on April 1, 2004 the premium we had advanced in the approximate amount of $295,650. Interest on this amount accrues at the rate of 3% per annum from December 31, 2003. The indebtedness is secured by a collateral assignment of the life insurance policy on Mr. Turner’s life.

Mr. Wilds, our presiding director, is employed as a Senior Advisor to The Family Office, a limited liability company formed by the extended family of Cal Turner, our former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Turner participates in determining Mr. Wilds’ compensation for services to The Family Office. Mr. Turner ceased service as our Chief Executive Officer in November 2002 and as a director and Chairman in June 2003. Mr. Turner has served as an employee advisor to our Board since June 2003 and beneficially owned, as of March 22, 2004, in excess of 10% of our common stock. Our Board has determined that Mr. Wilds’ relationship with Mr. Turner is immaterial and does not impair Mr. Wild’s independence from management. The Board based this decision on the fact that Mr. Turner no longer functions as an officer of Dollar General or as part of our management, nor does he have any control over or vested interest in members of our management other than as a shareholder. However, because of his stock ownership and prior relationship with Dollar General, Mr. Turner may be deemed an “affiliate” of Dollar General under Rule 10A-3 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. As a result, the Board also determined that, although Mr. Wilds is independent, he may be considered an “affiliated person” of Dollar General and therefore is not eligible for service on our Audit Committee under Rule 10A-3.

4/30/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. David Wilds is a senior advisor for The Family Office, a limited liability company formed by the family of Mr. Turner, our Chairman, since 1998.

John B. Holland, one of our directors, was a director and executive officer of Fruit of the Loom, Inc., a manufacturer of underwear and other soft goods, during 2002. In 2002, we purchased approximately $41 million in goods from Fruit of the Loom, Inc. in the ordinary course of business.

In July and August of 2002, Cal Turner, Jr., our Chairman, made voluntary payments to Dollar General totaling approximately $6.8 million in cash. Of that amount, approximately $6.0 million represented the value on April 10, 2002 of stock Mr. Turner acquired on April 7, 1999 and April 20, 2000 upon the exercise of stock options (net of the strike price of those options), which stock Mr. Turner continues to own, and approximately $0.8 million represented the value of performance-based bonuses he received in April 1999 and April 2000. Mr. Turner voluntarily paid these amounts because the options vested and the performance bonuses were paid based on performance measures that were attained under our originally reported financial results for the period covered by our restatement of certain previously released financial information. Those measures would not have been attained under the subsequently restated results. For further information about the restatement, please see our Annual Report on Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended January 31, 2003.

Pursuant to law and our governing corporate documents, we advanced to our directors and certain of our officers, employees and agents reasonable expenses, including legal fees, for representation in connection with legal proceedings and an investigation by the SEC arising out the restatement referred to above. The legal proceedings are no longer pending. Accordingly, no additional advances will be made in connection with those proceedings. However, we continue to advance to those persons reasonable expenses for representation in connection with the SEC investigation. These advances are made pursuant to a written undertaking by each such person to repay in full the amounts advanced if it is ultimately determined that such person is not entitled to indemnification by us in connection with such legal proceedings and investigations. No interest is charged on these advances. In 2002, the expenses we advanced were less than $60,000 for each of our directors and executive officers except for Cal Turner, Jr., John Holland and James Hagan to whom we advanced $363,487, $61,766 and $100,080, respectively. Because the SEC investigation is ongoing, we cannot reasonably estimate the total amount of expenses that may ultimately be advanced or be advanced in 2003 to our directors and executive officers individually or in the aggregate.