Membership Corporation

Membership Corporation

A company or organization that is formed for purposes other than generating a profit.

Common examples of membership corporations are religious societies and trade unions.

Cross-references

Beneficial Association.

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Ohio), PowerSouth Energy Cooperative (serving Alabama and Florida), Wabash Valley Power Association (serving several Midwest states, including Indiana), Hoosier Energy (serving Indiana and Illinois), Central Iowa Power Cooperative (CIPCO) and North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation.
Enthusiastic sponsorship for the tournament included the following organizations: Ace Transportation, Baggett Transportation, Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation (BEMC), Boyle Transport, Government Trans Systems, Green Valley Transportation, Jones Ford, Kone Cranes, Landstar Ranger, LB&B Associates, Marine Terminals Corporation East, Mi-Jack Products, Inc.
The ceremony to recognize the terminal's military significance and impact on the community was open to the public and sponsored by Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation.
It is a membership corporation, operated by a Board of Directors which is sub-divided into a residential division and a commercial division.
Corporate Form: Membership corporation, stock corporation, or not-for-profit corporation?
a leading provider of smart grid load management technologies, announced today that it has signed a commercialization agreement with Wake Electric Membership Corporation.
He is also a member of the Irwin Electric Membership Corporation (EMC) Board in Ocilla, Ga.
84 million loan and $300,000 grant to the Randolph Electric Membership Corporation to help the Town of Troy construct an industrial building that will be leased to a food manufacturing company.
Customer-owners of Walton Electric Membership Corporation (EMC), Monroe, Ga.
NEW YORK -- Link to Fitch Ratings' Report: North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation (Raleigh, North Carolina) http://www.

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