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Rare Hospitality International, Inc. (RARE)

4/6/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. San Martin was the Chief Financial Officer and the Secretary of the Company from May 1985 until June 1995 and was Chief Operating Officer from August 1997 until October 1997.

4/8/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. San Martin was the Chief Financial Officer and the Secretary of the Company from May 1985 until June 1995 and was Chief Operating Officer from August 1997 until October 1997.

4/12/2004 Proxy Information

Ronald W. San Martin served as Chief Financial Officer and Secretary of RARE Hospitality International, Inc. from May 1985 until June 1995 and Chief Operating Officer from August 1997 until October 1997.

On November 22, 1999, Eugene I. Lee, Jr., President and Chief Operating Officer, received retention loans from the Company aggregating $130,000. The purpose of these retention loans was to help ensure Mr. Lee’s continued employment with the Company. Interest on these retention loans accrued at 8% and was payable on demand at any time following the termination of Mr. Lee’s employment by Mr. Lee, Jr. or by the Company for cause. Pursuant to the terms of the promissory note, the remaining portion of the retention loans has been converted to a bonus and no principal amount remained outstanding on the retention loans as of November 15, 2003.

4/11/2003 Proxy Information

On November 22, 1999, Eugene I. Lee, Jr., President and Chief Operating Officer, received retention loans from the Company aggregating $130,000. The purpose of these retention loans was to help ensure Mr. Lee's continued employment with the Company. These retention loans bear interest at 8% and are payable on demand at any time following the termination of Mr. Lee's employment by Mr. Lee, Jr. or by the Company for cause. Pursuant to the terms of the promissory note, a portion of the retention loans has been converted to a bonus, resulting in a reduction in the principal amount of the loans to $65,000 on November 15, 2002. If Mr. Lee, Jr. remains employed by the Company, the remaining principal and interest accrued on the retention loans will be converted to a bonus resulting in a reduction in the remaining principal amount of the loans to $0 on November 15, 2003. Any reduction in the principal amount of the retention loans and accrued interest thereon resulting from Mr. Lee's continued employment will be treated as additional compensation to Mr. Lee, Jr. in the year of such reduction.