NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: AJRD) (“Aerojet Rocketdyne” or the “Company”) Warren Lichtenstein, Executive Chairman, who, collectively with its affiliates and participants in its solicitation, owns approximately 5.6 % of the Company’s outstanding shares, today released a presentation that details the case for new leadership after approximately 18 months of financial and operational deterioration. The presentation, available at www.SaveAerojet.com/resources, includes CEO candidate Mark Tucker’s vision and strategy. As a reminder, Mr. Lichtenstein invites shareholders to vote on the GREEN proxy card to elect his renewed slate of eight, which includes himself, Mr. Tucker and six other candidates: Hon. Tina Jonas, Joanne Maguire, Aimee Nelson, Martin Turchin, Vice Admiral Mathias Winter and Heidi Wood.
Please note that Messrs. Lichtenstein and Tucker will host a conference call/webcast on Friday, June 10e at 8:30 a.m. EST to discuss the path to increased value. The call, which will include a Q&A section, can be accessed here. A recording and all additional information will be available at www.SaveAerojet.com/resources.
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