How do you prepare a corporation for a Country Fair?
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I have tried finding something on line but unable to find anything, it is a profit orgranization which will have musice, food, drinks, exhibits, and expo.
Hello and thank you for the opportunity to assist you. There may be a slight delay between your follow ups and my replies as I am typing out my answer. Please understand the following important points: (1) this is general information only, not legal advice; and (2) my function is to give you honest information and not to tell you what you necessarily wish to hear.This depends on what the corporation is going to do at the fair? How is the corporation going to participate, exactly?This not an answer, but an Information Request. I need this information to answer your question. Please reply, so I can answer your question. I look forward to helping you.
The corporation is the organizer of advertising, promotions, prepare, inviting so that it can be a successfull event with some profit from it
Thank you, Teresa."How do you prepare" is a rather general question. What are you asking specifically? Prepare in terms of what?
As to what wording should it have for example:
To undertake any and all transactions involving Transportation services, importing and exporting with any lawful activity realted thereto.
How can we word something in regards XXXXX XXXXX an expo
Thank you.So - you are seeking to have a contract between the corporation and the fair itself to have the corporation do some of the set up, etc - correct?Is this what you are asking?
No, we need to know what wording would a the articles of corporation, state on it regarding a fair and expo business
Okay - my continued apologies, Teresa, and thank you for sticking with me.You want to know what verbiage to use on your corporation's purpose paragraph for filing the application to incorporate and/or for its bylaw purposes, correct?
yes that is what I actually need and idea as how to word it
Great! Okay - one more question for you (don't shoot me). What state is this in and is the verbiage for the application to incorporate, or for the bylaws?Thanks again. We're almost there.
Texas, ( Don't worry I will not shoot you)
Thanks.If you are filling out incorporation pages, then you are no doubt talking about "purpose" under Article 5. It should be:"The purpose for which the corporation is formed is for the transaction of any and all lawful business for which a for profit corporation may be organized under the Texas Business Organizations Code."Most of the time, this is already pre-filled for you, depending on what version you are using. You do not want to be country fair specific, in case your corporation branches out later on.If you are creating bylaws, then the Purpose can be more specific, and it would generally read:"The purpose for CORPORATION X is for the transaction of any and all lawful business for which a for-profit corporation may be organized under the Texas Business Organizations Code, specifically - but not limited to - organization, planning, logistics, and execution of government-sponsored and private-entity fairs and similar events, both private and open to the public."IMPORTANT INFO: I hope this finds you well. Please use REPLY TO EXPERT to keep talking, or RATE my answer when we are finished. Kindly rate my answer as one of the top three faces because this is how I get credit for my time with you. Rating my answer the bottom two faces does not give me credit and reflects negatively on me as an expert even if my answer is correct. I work very hard to formulate an informative and honest answer for you; please reciprocate my good faith. Do not worry, you may always ask follow ups free after rating.
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