Apogee Enterprises Declares Quarterly CashDividend

The Board of Directors of Apogee Enterprises, Inc. (Nasdaq:APOG) announced it has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $0.06 per share, payable February 18, 2004 to shareholders of record February 3, 2004.

The company has approximately 27.5 million shares outstanding.

Apogee Enterprises, Inc. (www.apog.com), headquartered in Minneapolis, is a world leader in technologies involving the design and development of value-added glass products, services and systems. The company is organized in three segments:

-- Architectural products and services companies design, engineer, fabricate, install and renovate the walls of glass and windows comprising the outside skin of commercial and institutional buildings.

-- Large-scale optical technologies companies develop and produce high technology glass that enhances the visual performance of products for the picture framing, display and imaging industries.

-- Automotive replacement glass and services segment consists of a fabricator of aftermarket foreign and domestic car windshields.

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Date: 16 January 2004
Source: Corporate-ir.net

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