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ANUHCO, INC. LISTS ON THE AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE; COMPANY PREVIOUSLY TRADED OVER-THE-COUNTER ON THE NASDAQ SYSTEM

 NEW YORK, June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Anuhco, Inc. today commenced trading on the American Stock Exchange. The company's common stock, trading under the ticker symbol "ANU", opened at 11:30 a.m. at 5 on 100 shares. Anuhco, Inc. previously traded over-the-counter on the NASDAQ system. The company has selected GHM, Inc. as its specialist firm.
 Anuhco, Inc., through its subsidiary, Crouse Cartage Company, operates a diversified motor freight transportation system primarily serving the upper central and midwest portions of the United States. Crouse Cartage, acquired by Anuhco in September, 1991, is a regular- route motor common carrier. The company offers carrier service of general commodities in less-than-truckload quantities within a ten state service area and irregular-route carrier service for truckload quantities of general and perishable commodities throughout the 48 contiguous United States. Anuhco, Inc. is headquartered in Overland Park, Kan.
 For the first quarter ended March 31, 1993, Anuhco, Inc. reported revenues of $18,005,000 as compared with $17,349,000 reported in the corresponding quarter of the previous year.
 "Moving Anuhco's listing from NASDAQ to the American Stock Exchange is the right decision for the company," said John P. Bigger, president and chief executive officer of Anuhco, Inc. "This switch from an electronic dealer-based system to the AMEX auction market will serve our shareholders' best interests. We believe an AMEX listing will mean greater liquidity and broad visibility in the investment community. Also, it will provide our shareholders with a more efficient investing environment."
 The American Stock Exchange occupies a unique niche among U.S. financial markets. It is the only exchange to successfully provide both a primary equities market for growth companies, as well as a principal market to trade derivatives. No other exchange has balanced traditional and cutting edge trading products. And because of the efficiencies associated with the AMEX auction marketplace, investors of all sizes achieve the greatest value and protection.
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 /CONTACT: Melissa Grand, manager - equities communications of The American Stock Exchange, 212-306-1635/
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