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G&K Services, Inc. (GKSRA)

10/12/2005 Proxy Information

The Company and Norstan, Inc., a corporation of which Mr. Paul Baszucki served as Chair of the Board of Directors prior to its sale to Black Box, Inc. in January 2005, were parties to service agreements for certain services rendered by Norstan, Inc. in the ordinary course of its business. In fiscal 2005, the Company paid an aggregate of $73,517 to Norstan, Inc. in exchange for technology-related consulting and other professional services pursuant to this agreement. The Company is a party to certain agreements with WSI Industries, a corporation of which Mr. Baszucki serves as a member of the board of directors. Under service agreements, WSI paid to the Company $18,677 during fiscal 2005 in exchange for goods and services.

The Company is a party to an agreement with Hutchinson Technology Inc., a corporation of which Mr. Wayne M. Fortun serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Under this agreement, Hutchinson Technology paid the Company $522,895 during fiscal 2005 in exchange for goods and services. The Company is a party to agreements with The Schwan Food Company, a corporation of which Mr. M. Lenny Pippin serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Under a service agreement, Schwan’s paid the Company $5,660 during fiscal 2005 in exchange for goods and services. Under vendor agreements, the Company paid Schwan’s $969 in exchange for goods and services.

The Company is a party to agreements with The ServiceMaster Company, a corporation of which Mr. Ernest J. Mrozek serves as President and Chief Financial Officer. Under a service agreement, ServiceMaster paid the Company $8,512 during fiscal 2005 in exchange for goods and services. Under vendor agreements, the Company paid Schwan’s $3,808 in exchange for goods and services.

The Company is a party to several store-based service agreements with Domino’s Pizza, Inc., a corporation of which Mr. J. Patrick Doyle serves as Executive Vice President of U.S. Store Operations. The Company is also a party to agreements with certain of Domino’s independent franchisees. Under these agreements, Domino’s or its independent franchisees paid the Company an aggregate of approximately $70,000 during fiscal 2005 in exchange for goods and services.

The value of each transaction noted above represents less than one percent of the total annual revenues of each entity. In the opinion of the Company’s Board of Directors, the Company’s relationships and arrangements with, Domino’s Pizza Inc., Hutchinson Technology, Norstan and The Schwan Food Company do not interfere with the exercise of the independent judgment of Messrs. Doyle, Fortun, Baszucki and Pippin in carrying out their respective responsibilities as a director. In making this determination, the Board of Directors has considered the monetary value of each of these agreements, the nature and extent of the goods and services involved, and the fact that each were entered into at arms length and in the ordinary course of business.

On June 25, 2002, the Company entered into an Executive Employment Agreement with Richard L. Marcantonio that became effective on July 15, 2002 and under which Mr. Marcantonio currently serves as the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Pursuant to this agreement, the Company agreed to extend a $400,000 interest-free loan to Mr. Marcantonio to help offset certain expenses related to the transition from Mr. Marcantonio’s former employment. As contemplated by the Executive Employment Agreement, the Company entered into a loan transaction with Mr. Marcantonio on July 26, 2002. Under the terms of the loan, the principal amount is payable in five annual installments of $80,000 beginning on the first anniversary of the date of the loan, except that the Company shall forgive $40,000 of each installment so long as Mr. Marcantonio continues to be employed by the Company. The installment payments will further be reduced by the amount of any income tax imposed resulting from the above-referenced forgiveness or the interest-free nature of the loan. Mr. Marcantonio has pledged certain securities to the Company to secure his repayment obligations. Respective installments of $80,000 became due and payable on each of July 26, 2003, July 26, 2004 and July 26, 2005, and $40,000 of each installment was forgiven by the Company. Mr. Marcantonio is current in all repayment obligations that have come due under this loan. Mr. Marcantonio also benefited from additional $17,720 “gross-up” payments made by the Company to offset the income tax effect of the forgiven portions of each loan installment. To date, the outstanding principal balance of the loan is $160,000.

9/27/2004 Proxy Information

The Company and Norstan, Inc., a corporation of which Mr. Paul Baszucki serves as Chair of the Board of Directors, have entered into a Services Agreement for certain services rendered by Norstan, Inc. in the ordinary course of its business. In fiscal 2004, the Company paid an aggregate of $95,038 to Norstan, Inc. in exchange for technology-related consulting and other professional services pursuant to this agreement.

The Company is a party to an agreement with Hutchinson Technology Inc., a corporation of which Mr. Wayne M. Fortun serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Under this agreement, Hutchinson Technology paid the Company $737,882 during fiscal 2004 in exchange for goods and services.

The Company is a party to an agreement with The Schwan Food Company, a corporation of which Mr. M. Lenny Pippin serves as President and Chief Executive Officer. Under this agreement, Schwan’s paid the Company $441,207 during fiscal 2004 in exchange for goods and services.

The value of each transaction noted above represents less than one percent of the total annual revenues of each entity. In the opinion of the Company’s Board of Directors, the Company’s relationships and arrangements with Norstan, Hutchinson Technology and The Schwan Food Company do not interfere with the exercise of the independent judgment of Messrs. Baszucki, Fortun and Pippin in carrying out their respective responsibilities as a director. In making this determination, the Board of Directors has considered the monetary value of each of these agreements, the nature and extent of the goods and services involved, and the fact that each were entered into at arms length and in the ordinary course of business.

On June 25, 2002, the Company entered into an Executive Employment Agreement with Richard L. Marcantonio that became effective on July 15, 2002 and under which Mr. Marcantonio currently serves as the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer. Pursuant to this agreement, the Company agreed to extend a $400,000 interest-free loan to Mr. Marcantonio to help offset certain expenses related to the transition from Mr. Marcantonio’s former employment. As contemplated by the Executive Employment Agreement, the Company entered into a loan transaction with Mr. Marcantonio on July 26, 2002. Under the terms of the loan, the principal amount is payable in five annual installments of $80,000 beginning on the first anniversary of the date of the loan, except that the Company shall forgive $40,000 of each installment so long as Mr. Marcantonio continues to be employed by the Company. The installment payments will further be reduced by the amount of any income tax imposed resulting from the above-referenced forgiveness or the interest-free nature of the loan. Mr. Marcantonio has pledged certain securities to the Company to secure his repayment obligations. Respective installments of $80,000 became due and payable on each of July 26, 2003 and July 26, 2004, and $40,000 of each installment was forgiven by the Company. Mr. Marcantonio is current in all repayment obligations that have come due under this loan. Mr. Marcantonio also benefited from additional $17,720 “gross-up” payments made by the Company to offset the income tax effect of the forgiven portions of each loan installment. To date, the outstanding principal balance of the loan is $240,000.

Mr. Fink served as Chief Executive Officer of G&K Services, Inc. until January 1997.

9/26/2003 Proxy Information

The Company and Norstan, Inc., a Minnesota corporation of which Mr. Paul Baszucki serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors, have entered into a Services Agreement dated as of August 2, 1999. In fiscal 2003, the Company paid an aggregate of $104,171 to Norstan, Inc. in exchange for technology-related consulting and other professional services pursuant to this agreement.

On June 25, 2002, the Company entered into an Executive Employment Agreement with Richard L. Marcantonio that became effective on July 15, 2002 and under which Mr. Marcantonio currently serves as the Company's President and Chief Operating Officer. Pursuant to this agreement, the Company was obligated to extend a $400,000 interest-free loan to Mr. Marcantonio to help offset certain expenses related to the transition from Mr. Marcantonio's former employment. As contemplated by the Executive Employment Agreement, the Company entered into a loan transaction with Mr. Marcantonio on July 26, 2002. Under the terms of the loan, the principal amount is payable in five annual installments of $80,000 beginning on the first anniversary of the date of the loan, except that the Company will forgive $40,000 of each installment so long as Mr. Marcantonio continues to be employed by the Company. The installment payments will further be reduced by the amount of any income tax imposed resulting from the above-referenced forgiveness or the interest-free nature of the loan. Mr. Marcantonio has pledged certain securities to the Company to secure his repayment obligations. The first installment of $80,000 became due and payable on July 26, 2003, of which $40,000 was forgiven by the Company. Mr. Marcantonio also benefited from a $17,720 "gross-up" by the Company to offset the income tax effect of the forgiven portion of the loan. To date, the outstanding principal balance of the loan is $320,000.