Carlisle Companies To Present At KeyBanc Conference In Boston On May 28

David A. Roberts, Chairman, President and CEO of Carlisle Companies Incorporated (NYSE:CSL), will be presenting at the KeyBanc Capital Markets Industrial, Automotive & Transportation Conference at the InterContinental Hotel in Boston, MA, tomorrow, May 28, at 11:00 a.m. (Eastern). PowerPoint slides of the presentation are available on the Investor Relations section of Carlisle’s website at www.carlisle.com.

About Carlisle Companies Incorporated

Carlisle Companies Incorporated is a global diversified company that designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of products that serve a broad range of niche markets including commercial roofing, energy, agriculture, mining, construction, aerospace and defense electronics, foodservice, healthcare and sanitary maintenance. Through our group of decentralized operating companies led by entrepreneurial management teams, we bring innovative product solutions to solve the challenges facing our customers. Our worldwide team of employees, who generated $2.9 billion in net sales in 2013, is focused on continuously improving the value of the Carlisle brand by developing the best products, ensuring the highest quality and providing unequaled customer service in the many industries we serve. Learn more about Carlisle at www.carlisle.com .

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