Consolidated Graphics Reports Sharply Lower Results, Amended Credit Line

For the quarter ended September 30, 2009, the Company expects to generate revenues of between $225 – $240 million and at least break-even adjusted net income.

A reconciliation of the non-GAAP financial measures, Adjusted EBITDA, Free Cash Flow and Adjusted Net Income is included in the attached tables and in the Current Report on Form 8-K filed today, as well as the basis for management’s use of the non-GAAP financial measures.

Consolidated Graphics, Inc. will host a conference call today, Wednesday, August 5, 2009, at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time, to discuss its first quarter fiscal 2010 results. The conference call will be simultaneously broadcast live over the Internet on our website (www.cgx.com) and a subsequent archive of such call will also be available on our website.

Consolidated Graphics, Inc. (CGX), headquartered in Houston, TX, is one of North America’s leading general commercial printing companies. With 70 printing businesses strategically located across 27 states, Canada, and in Prague, we offer an unmatched geographic footprint, unsurpassed capabilities, and unparalleled levels of convenience, efficiency and service. With locations in or near virtually every major U.S. market, CGX provides service and responsiveness of a local printer enhanced by the economic, geographic and technological advantages of a large national organization.

Consolidated Graphics’ vast and technologically advanced sheetfed and web printing capabilities are complemented by the largest integrated digital footprint of any commercial printer in the U.S. By coupling North America’s most comprehensive printing capabilities with strategically located fulfillment centers and industry-leading technology, CGX delivers solutions that create a spectrum of value for customers. CGX offers the unique ability to respond to all printing-related needs no matter how large, small, specialized or complex. For more information, visit www.cgx.com

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  • http://richayres rich ayres

    Please tell me about the lawsuit you lost for up to 17million. Will you continue to fight or just pay and write it off?<br />
    anyone in the know at CGX would be appreciated to comment.