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TRUST COMPANY BANKS INTRODUCE NEW MUTUAL FUNDS

 TRUST COMPANY BANKS INTRODUCE NEW MUTUAL FUNDS
 ATLANTA, Aug. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The STI Classic Family of Funds, a


group of six new mutual funds, is being made available in Georgia exclusively by Trust Company Banks throughout the state.
 One is a stock fund, two are bond funds and three are money market funds. The six funds and their investment advisors are:
 STI Classic Prime Quality Money Market Fund and STI Classic U.S. Government Securities Market Fund managed by Trusco Capital Management, Inc., Atlanta.
 STI Classic Tax-Exempt Money Market Fund managed by the Trust and Investment Management Division of Trust Company Bank, Atlanta.
 STI Classic Capital Growth Fund, STI Classic Investment Grade Bond Fund and STI Classic Investment Grade Tax-Exempt Bond Fund managed by SunBank Capital Management, Orlando, Fla.
 The three fund advisors are all subsidiaries of SunTrust Banks, Inc. (NYSE: STI), the regional banking company based in Atlanta with assets in excess of $34 billion and more than 600 locations in Georgia, Florida and Tennessee.
 To obtain more information, including a prospectus outlining fees and expenses, contact any Trust Company Bank in Georgia. The public is advised to read the prospectus carefully before investing or sending money. STI Classic Funds are not endorsed or guaranteed by, and do not constitute obligations of SunTrust Banks, Inc. or any of its subsidiary banks. Shares of the funds are not insured by the FDIC. The funds are distributed by SEI Financial Service Company, 680 E. Swedesford Road, Wayne, Pa. 19087, 800-428-6970.
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 /CONTACT: Jeff Vogelbacker, 404-827-6307, or Ralph Schmidt, 404-827-6140, both of SunTrust Banks/
 (STI) CO: Trust Company Bank; SunTrust Banks, Inc. ST: Georgia IN: FIN SU:


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