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“And now for the raffle portion of our annual meeting!” (illustration by Jeff Moores).
Most attorneys are not known for being cute. But Bruce Cholst, a shareholder at Anderson Kill, is not most attorneys. “I was trying to be cute,” Cholst recalls of his unorthodox idea to entice shareholders to attend a co-op’s annual meeting several years ago. “I suggested having a raffle of two or three months’ free maintenance.” To be eligible for the prize, shareholders had to vote in the annual board election either in person or by proxy. “As the idea rolled off my tongue,” Cholst continues, “I thought it wasn’t so flippant at all. It just might work. And it did work – and it’s perfectly legitimate.”