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OIL-DRI CORPORATION TO LIST ON NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE

 CHICAGO, Nov. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Oil-Dri Corporation (NASDAQ-NMS: OILC), of America announced today that it has applied for listing of its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Oil-Dri, publicly traded since 1971, expects to move from NASDAQ and begin trading on the NYSE as of Dec. 20, 1993, under the new ticker symbol ODC.
 "Increased sophistication of our products and global expansion of our markets have led to significant growth since our initial public offering. We believe that listing with the New York Stock Exchange will benefit our shareholders by increasing our visibility in the investment community and improving the liquidity of our stock," said Richard M. Jaffee, president and chief executive officer. "We also anticipate that listing on the NYSE will help broaden our shareholder base. We are very pleased to be associated with the world's most prestigious exchange."
 Oil-Dri Corporation of America is the leader in developing, manufacturing and marketing sorbent products and related services for consumer, industrial, environmental, agricultural and specialty markets. The company's stock currently trades on the National Market System under the NASDAQ symbol OILC.
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 /CONTACT: Kelly McGrail, 312-321-1515, for Oil-Dri/
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