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Interface, Inc. (IFSIA)

4/19/2006 Proxy Information

Ray C. Anderson, who serves as Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board, remains an employee of the Company. In his capacity as an employee, Mr. Anderson was compensated during 2005 as follows: (i) salary and bonus of $1,240,000, (ii) annual premiums of $173,000 paid by the Company under certain life insurance policies pursuant to a split-dollar insurance agreement between the Company and Mr. Anderson; and (iii) miscellaneous perquisites of $75,351. In addition, as an employee of the Company, Mr. Anderson also was covered by certain of the CompanyŐs benefits programs, such as medical and dental insurance plans. Mr. Anderson received no awards of restricted stock or stock options during 2005. Mr. Anderson entered into an employment agreement and a change in control agreement with the Company in April 1997, each of which is substantially similar to those described above for Messrs. Hendrix, Wells, Willoch and Bertolucci (except that the term of each of Mr. AndersonŐs agreements is a rolling two-year term until such time as he reaches the age of 70, at which time the term is fixed for an additional two years and then expires upon his reaching age 72). Mr. Anderson also has entered into a salary continuation agreement with the Company pursuant to the Salary Continuation Plan described above. In connection with Mr. AndersonŐs transition from Chief Executive Officer to non-executive Chairman in 2001, his future retirement benefit under the salary continuation agreement was set at $480,060 per year.

Prior to 2003, the Company made loans to Mr. Anderson, primarily in connection with Mr. AndersonŐs payment of income taxes that were due prior to the payment of expected compensation from the Company. The largest aggregate amount of such indebtedness outstanding at any time during fiscal 2005 was $434,209. The indebtedness bore interest at the CompanyŐs marginal cost of funds. The indebtedness was due by no later than February 28, 2006, with mandatory prepayments from any bonuses (less withholding amounts required by law) received by Mr. Anderson prior to that time. The loans have now been repaid in full.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company employs James A. Lanier, son-in-law of Ray C. Anderson, as its Director of Sales for Colleges & Universities. In 2005, Mr. Lanier earned salary and bonus of $215,057 and participated in certain of the CompanyŐs benefit programs generally available to employees in the U.S.

4/18/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. Anderson founded Interface, Inc. in 1973 and served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer until his retirement as Chief Executive Officer and transition from day-to-day management in July 2001.

Ray C. Anderson, who serves as Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board, remains an employee of the Company. In his capacity as an employee, Mr. Anderson was compensated during 2004 as follows: (i) salary and bonus of $1,040,000, (ii) annual premiums of $173,000 paid by the Company under certain life insurance policies pursuant to a split-dollar insurance agreement between the Company and Mr. Anderson; and (iii) miscellaneous perquisites of $60,498. In addition, as an employee of the Company, Mr. Anderson also was covered by certain of the CompanyŐs benefits programs, such as medical and dental insurance plans. Mr. Anderson received no awards of restricted stock or stock options during 2004. Mr. Anderson entered into an employment agreement and a change in control agreement with the Company in April 1997, each of which is substantially similar to those described above for Messrs. Hendrix, Wells, Willoch and Bertolucci (except that the term of each of Mr. AndersonŐs agreements is a rolling two-year term until such time as he reaches the age of 70, at which time the term is fixed for an additional two years and then expires upon his reaching age 72). Mr. Anderson also has entered into a salary continuation agreement with the Company pursuant to the Salary Continuation Plan described above. In connection with Mr. AndersonŐs transition from Chief Executive Officer to non-executive Chairman in 2001, his future retirement benefit under the salary continuation agreement was set at $486,060 per year.

Prior to 2003, the Company made loans to Mr. Anderson, primarily in connection with Mr. AndersonŐs payment of income taxes that were due prior to the payment of expected compensation from the Company. The largest aggregate amount of such indebtedness outstanding at any time during fiscal 2004 was $573,718. The indebtedness now bears interest at the CompanyŐs marginal cost of funds, which currently is equal to the 6-month LIBOR plus 200 basis points. The indebtedness is due by no later than February 28, 2006, with mandatory prepayments from any bonuses (less withholding amounts required by law) received by Mr. Anderson prior to that time. The amount outstanding as of March 1, 2005 was $161,363.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company employs James A. Lanier, Jr., son-in-law of Ray C. Anderson, as its Director of Sales for Colleges & Universities. In 2004, Mr. Lanier earned salary and bonus of $211,844 and participated in certain of the CompanyŐs benefit programs generally available to employees in the U.S.

4/19/2004 Proxy Information

Ray C. Anderson, who serves as Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board, remains an employee of the Company. In his capacity as an employee, Mr. Anderson was compensated during 2003 as follows: (i) salary and bonus of $720,652, (ii) annual premiums of $173,000 paid by the Company under certain life insurance policies pursuant to a split-dollar insurance agreement between the Company and Mr. Anderson; and (iii) miscellaneous perquisites of $117,554. In addition, as an employee of the Company, Mr. Anderson also was covered by certain of the CompanyŐs benefits programs, such as medical and dental insurance plans. Mr. Anderson received no awards of restricted stock or stock options during 2003. Mr. Anderson entered into an employment agreement and a change in control agreement with the Company in April 1997, each of which is substantially similar to those described above for Messrs. Hendrix, Wells, Willoch and Bertolucci. Mr. Anderson also has entered into a salary continuation agreement with the Company pursuant to the Salary Continuation Plan described above. Prior to 2003, the Company made loans to Mr. Anderson, primarily in connection with Mr. AndersonŐs payment of income taxes that were due prior to the payment of expected compensation from the Company. The largest aggregate amount of such indebtedness outstanding at any time during fiscal 2003 was $601,217. The indebtedness now bears interest at the CompanyŐs marginal cost of funds. The indebtedness is due by no later than February 28, 2006 (with mandatory prepayments from any bonuses received by Mr. Anderson prior to that time), and the amount outstanding as of March 15, 2004 was approximately $576,000.

4/15/2003 Proxy Information

During 2002, the Company paid premiums to J. Smith Lanier & Co., an insurance agency, of approximately $4,979,309 in connection with insurance policies purchased on behalf of the Company. J. Smith Lanier, II, a director of the Company, has a substantial ownership interest in this insurance agency. Management of the Company believes that the insurance brokerage transactions were effected on terms at least as favorable to the Company as could have been obtained from other sources or unrelated parties in view of the nature of the transactions and the services rendered.

Ray C. Anderson, who serves as Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board, remains an employee of the Company. In his capacity as an employee, Mr. Anderson was compensated during 2002 as follows: (i) salary and bonus of $610,340, (ii) annual premiums of $173,000 paid by the Company under certain life insurance policies pursuant to a split-dollar insurance agreement between the Company and Mr. Anderson; and (iii) miscellaneous perquisites of $102,261. In addition, as an employee of the Company, Mr. Anderson also was covered by certain of the CompanyŐs benefits programs, such as medical and dental insurance plans. Mr. Anderson received no awards of restricted stock or stock options during 2002. Mr. Anderson entered into an employment agreement and a change in control agreement with the Company in April 1997, each of which is substantially similar to those described above for Messrs. Hendrix, Wells, Willoch and DeMoura. Mr. Anderson also has entered into a salary continuation agreement with the Company pursuant to the Salary Continuation Plan described above. The Company also has made loans to Mr. Anderson, primarily in connection with Mr. AndersonŐs payment of income taxes that were due prior to the payment of expected compensation from the Company. The largest aggregate amount of such indebtedness outstanding at any time during fiscal 2002 was $601,217. The indebtedness now bears interest at the CompanyŐs marginal cost of funds. The indebtedness is due by no later than February 28, 2006 (with mandatory prepayments from any bonuses received by Mr. Anderson prior to that time), and the amount outstanding as of March 31, 2003, was $585,701.

The Company has agreed to pay Leonard G. Saulter, who previously served as an executive officer of the Company, a retirement benefit of $15,000 per year beginning in 1999 and for the remainder of his life. The Company made the required payment during 2002.