Dana Corporation Earns 1996 Dale Carnegie Leadership Award

Sep 20, 1996


    TOLEDO, Ohio, Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Dana Corporation (NYSE: DCN) has
earned the 1996 Dale Carnegie(R) Leadership Award in recognition of its
continuing commitment to the development of its people.
    More than 230 Toledo-based Dana people have completed Dale Carnegie
courses since 1992, with another 40 enrolled for fall courses.  Dana is
renowned for its commitment to education and development, advocating that all
Dana people complete at least 40 hours of education annually.
    The award was presented to Dana Chairman Southwood J. Morcott by
John C. Adams, the local licensed representative of the Dale Carnegie
Courses(R).
    The Dale Carnegie Leadership Award was established in 1977 to recognize
companies that, through training and encouragement, upgrade the personal
skills and abilities of their people.
    Dana Corporation is a global leader in the engineering, manufacturing and
distribution of products and systems for the vehicular, industrial and mobile
off-highway markets.  Its core products are axles, driveshafts, structural
components (frames), sealing products and filtration products.  Founded in
1904 and based in Toledo, Ohio, Dana operates facilities in 29 countries with
over 45,000 people. Its 1995 sales were $7.6 billion.  Named in 1995 by
Financial World magazine as one of the "Best 100 Growth Companies," Dana is
noted for its style of management and its commitment to innovation.  It has
over 37 product research and development centers worldwide.  Dana also owns
Dana Credit Corporation, a leading provider of lease financing services.
Dana's home page on the World Wide Web can be accessed at http://www.dana.com

SOURCE  Dana Corporation

CONTACT: Gary Corrigan, Director-Corporate Communications, of Dana
Corporation, 419-535-4813

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