Applied Films to Report Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2004 Financial Results and Conduct Conference Call

Date: 16 January 2004
Source: Yahoo
Applied Films Corporation will report its second fiscal quarter financial results on January 21, 2004, followed by a conference call at 3:30 p.m.

MST to which the public is invited. During the conference call, Thomas Edman, president and chief executive officer, and Lawrence Firestone, chief financial officer, will discuss the results of the quarter.

The dial in numbers for the conference call are 800-540-0559 or 785-832-1508 (International), Conference ID: AFILMS. A replay of the conference call will be available through January 28, 2004. The replay number is 800-839-4014 or 402-220-2983 (International).

Applied Films will also provide a live broadcast of the conference call for the general public via audio webcast. To access the listen-only webcast, visit the company's website at , and click on the "Investor Relations" button and "Meetings and Presentations."

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