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GVTC’s Upcoming Annual Meeting Connects the Cooperative with its Members
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 • Posted June 20, 2013

There’s an important change taking place at the 2013 GVTC Annual Meeting this June. Rather than mailing capital credit checks to members who don’t attend the meeting, GVTC will apply their amount to their most recent billing statement. This change in procedure is more efficient for members unable to make the meeting, and for GVTC as well.

As customary, GVTC will issue capital credit checks to members who attend the event that are in good standing. Proper identification is required to pick up a check at the Annual Meeting.

The amount of the capital credit check is based on telephone usage of the cooperative customer and the financial performance of the company. Many members look forward to attending the GVTC Annual Meeting to pick up their capital credit check and to learn the latest on their telephone cooperative. Board chairman Chuck Knibbe gives members an update on the state of GVTC and the communications industry. GVTC President and CEO Ritchie Sorrells reviews operational strategy, which includes services and product enhancements our customers can expect to enjoy in the future.

Members attending the meeting receive a copy of the award-winning GVTC Annual Report and can vote on director elections in their district, and on proposed by-law changes.

Members are encouraged to bring their families to the GVTC Annual Meeting. Light refreshments will be served and more than $10,000 in cash and door prizes given away. Youngsters are invited to help draw names for the door prizes and receive a dollar for every entry they pull from the basket.

The 58th GVTC Annual Meeting takes place on Wednesday, June 26, at the New Braunfels Convention Center, 375 S. Castell Ave. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.

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