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GEICO CORPORATION ANNOUNCES DIVIDEND

 GEICO CORPORATION ANNOUNCES DIVIDEND
 WASHINGTON, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- GEICO Corporation (NYSE: GEC)


today declared a quarterly cash dividend of 15 cents per share on its $1 par value common stock payable Sept. 30, 1992, to shareholders of record on Sept. 4, 1992.
 GEICO Corporation is the parent company of Government Employees Insurance Company, which is referred to as GEICO. GEICO insures private passenger automobiles of preferred risk individuals employed by the federal government or the military. It also provides homeowner coverage and other types of insurance for qualified applicants. GEICO General Insurance Company, a subsidiary of GEICO, insures private passenger automobiles for preferred risks other than federal or military employees. GEICO Indemnity Company, also a subsidiary of GEICO, insures standard risk individuals.
 -0- 8/19/92
 /CONTACT: Carroll R. Franklin, director, investor relations, GEICO Corporation, 301-986-2055/
 (GEC) CO: GEICO Corporation ST: District of Columbia IN: INS SU: DIV


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