CHAPTER ONE - PRIVATE CLUB PRIVATE CLUBS Definition A place...

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6/15/11 PRIVATE CLUB
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6/15/11 PRIVATE CLUBS Definition: A place where people with common interests can gather for social purposes It is not open to the public and individuals must be accepted by the rest of the membership
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6/15/11 OWNERSHIP OF CLUBS TWO TYPES OF OWNERSHIP EQUITY NON-EQUITY MEMBER-OWNED OUTSIDE OWNERS NOT-FOR PROFIT FOR PROFIT
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6/15/11 Club Categories Two Main Categories of Clubs COUNTRY CLUBS CITY CLUBS
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6/15/11 General DIFFERENCES Country Club City Number of Members Initiation Fees and Dues Location More commonly found Amount of amenities Number of Social Events LOWER HIGHER HIGHER LOWER RURAL URBAN ~7000 ~2000 MORE FEWER MORE FEWER
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6/15/11 Other types MILITARY ATHLETIC UNIVERSITY TENNIS YACHT CORPORATE DEVELOPER-OWNED
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6/15/11 TYPES OF MEMBERSHIP REGULAR or FULL MEMBER SOCIAL NONRESIDENT JUNIOR SENIOR or LIFE
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6/15/11 Other types of membership FOUNDER ABSENTEE SURVIVING SPOUSE HONORARY CLERGY
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6/15/11 Reciprocity Reciprocal clubs have an agreement that says: “Your members are welcome here”
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