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Date: 1/1/2009 3:07:44 PM
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Author: Rascal Country Flag
Subject: 16437/21972 - Re: Updated U.S. Dividend Champions
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Thanks for the updated chart, Dave, but I'm wondering two things:

Why are most of the companies listed as not having DRIPs, when to my understanding most of them do? Under the DRIP column, they are listed as N. I just purchased AFL and it does have a DRIP, yet it is indicated as not having one. Am I misunderstanding the chart?

Second, could you please tell me what the % INC refers to?

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