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MONITOR FUND FAMILY REACHES $1 BILLION IN TOTAL ASSETS

 MONITOR FUND FAMILY REACHES $1 BILLION IN TOTAL ASSETS
 COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Huntington National


Bank's own family of mutual funds, the Monitor Funds, reached $1 billion in total assets last week.
 The first Monitor Fund was established in 1987 for Trust Investments, and the family was opened to the general public in 1992, according to Norm Jacobs, president and chief executive officer of The Huntington Trust Company.
 "The fast, strong public response to this Ohio-based mutual fund family shows that investors realize the potential benefits of 'home- grown' investments. Because the Monitor Funds are managed by Huntington Trust Company professionals, investors know their assets are being handled by people who understand and appreciate their investment concerns," Jacobs said.
 Another advantage is the availability of the Monitor Funds right at The Huntington, according to Jacobs. "People can invest when they do their banking, easily and conveniently."
 The Huntington Trust Company, N.A. is investment adviser for The Monitor Funds. Federated Securities Corp. is distributor of the funds.
 To help investors pursue a wide range of financial goals, The Huntington investment professionals have gradually expanded The Monitor Fund Family from one fund to seven. Today, The Monitor Family consists of:
 -- Monitor Growth Fund
 -- Monitor Fixed Income Securities Fund
 -- Monitor Ohio Tax-Free Fund
 -- Monitor Mortgage Securities Fund
 -- Monitor Money Market Fund
 -- Monitor U.S. Government Money Market Fund
 -- Monitor Ohio Municipal Money Market Fund
 Mutual funds are not federally insured.
 The Huntington Trust Company is a subsidiary of Huntington Bancshares Inc. (NASDAQ: HBAN), a $13 billion regional bank holding company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. The company's banking subsidiaries operate 271 offices in Ohio, Florida, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. In addition, Huntington's mortgage, trust investment banking, and automobile finance subsidiaries manage 51 offices in the seven states mentioned as well as Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and Virginia.
 For more information, call The Huntington Trust Company toll-free at 800-253-0412.
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 /CONTACT: Paula Jurcenko, 614-463-4588 or Norm Jacobs, 614-463- 3694, both of Huntington Bancshares Inc./
 (HBAN) CO: Huntington Bancshares Inc. ST: Ohio IN: FIN SU:


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