State of Michigan
PART A: GENERAL
Article 1 – OFFICES:
The principal offices of LOGISTICS ON THE GO INC (hereinafter, the "Corporation") will be
fixed by the Board of Directors (the "Board"), within the state of incorporation as listed on the
Corporation's Articles of Incorporation (the "Articles"). The Board may also designate other
offices from time to time as required and such offices may be within or outside the state of
incorporation. In that event the principle place of business shall be 142 N Lafayette Blvd Warren
Article 2 – REGISTERED AGENT:
The registered agent of the Corporation shall be as fixed in the Articles and shall not be changed
unless also updated with the state of incorporation.
PART B: SHAREHOLDERS
Article 3 – ANNUAL MEETING:
An annual meeting ("Annual Meeting") of the Corporation will take place each calendar year.
The purpose of the Annual Meeting will be for the shareholders of the Corporation (the
"Shareholders") to elect the Board and for any such other business as may be required.
a.) Meeting Location: The Annual Meeting will be held at the principal office location of the
Corporation unless an alternate meeting location is determined by the Board. The meeting
location for the Annual Meeting shall be listed in the written notice of meeting sent to each
Shareholder (the "Notice").
b.) Meeting Date & Time: Unless designated otherwise by the Board in the Annual Meeting
Notice or unless a legal holiday, the Annual Meeting shall take place as follows: If the scheduled
date of the Annual Meeting is a legal holiday, the Board shall determine an alternate date and
send Notice to the Shareholders indicating such. Notice will be given in the following time
period before the Annual Meeting: ONE MONTH.
c.) Meeting Notice: Written Notice of the Annual Meeting shall be provided to Shareholders
each year, in accordance with the laws of the state of incorporation. The Notice shall contain
details about the Annual Meeting, such as date, time, and location. Such Notice shall be
delivered to Shareholders as follows:
NOTICE IS MAILED THROUGH THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE, RETURN RECEIPT
REQUESTED; NOTICE IS EMAILED TO THE EMAIL ADDRESS THE CORPORATION
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HAS ON FILE; EACH INVITEE IS PERSONALLY TELEPHONED TO BE GIVEN NOTICE
ABOUT THE MEETING.
Notice shall be effective when sent to Shareholders and does not need to be of confirmed
delivery to be considered effective. Notice will also contain the agenda or topic items of the
Annual Meeting, including election of the Board.
d.) Notice Waiver: Written and executed waiver by any Shareholder will suffice in the Notice's
stead and will constitute Notice waiver. Attendance of Shareholders at the Annual Meeting will
constitute Notice waiver, unless timely objection at the start of the meeting is logged.
e.) Proxy Attendance: Shareholders may attend the Annual Meeting by proxy, i.e.
Shareholders may appoint another individual to attend the meeting and vote in their stead. A
Shareholder's proxy must be appointed in writing, signed by the Shareholder. Additionally, the
following conditions apply to proxy voting:
THE PROXY STATEMENT PROVIDED BY THE PROXY MUST BE SIGNED AND
f.) Orders of Business: The orders of business for the Annual Meeting shall be as follows:
1. DIRECTOR OF ELECTIONS;
2. BUDGET REVIEW;
3. COMPENSATION SETTING.
g.) Quorum: A quorum of Shareholders for required voting will be established by the following
percentage of Shareholders eligible to vote: 1%. If a quorum is not present, the meeting may be
postponed for a later date. If a quorum is present at the beginning of a meeting, but Shareholders
subsequently leave during the meeting, business and voting may continue as though a quorum
was present throughout the meeting.
h.) Voting Trusts: Shareholders may enter into a voting trust, as long as the document creating
such a trust is signed by each Shareholder participating in the trust. The Shareholder's shares will
be given to a voting trustee, who may then vote each share as agreed upon in writing. The voting
trust document must be timely delivered to the Corporation to be valid.
i.) Cumulative Voting: Cumulative voting for the election of Directors will be permitted.
j.) No meeting: If no Annual Meeting is held in a calendar year, any Shareholder may submit a
written request to the Board for the meeting. The Annual Meeting must then be held within 90
calendar days of the request. If it is not, any Shareholder may then petition a court of competent
jurisdiction to require the Board to hold the Annual Meeting.
k.) Action Without Meeting: Actions which would otherwise be taken at meetings, such as, but
not limited to, voting or the passage of other resolutions, may also be taken without such meeting
if consented to in writing by each Shareholder entitled to vote on the particular action. Such
written consent must be dated by each Shareholder and delivered to the Corporation in a timely
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CARLOS ELMORE is hereby allocated 100% of the common stock.
Article 4 – SPECIAL MEETINGS:
Special meetings of Shareholders may be permitted along with the Annual Meeting, as required,
upon the following notice: 2 WEEKS. Special meetings may be called:
a.) By a Board majority
b.) By the Shareholders as follows:
SHAREHOLDERS MAY CALL A SPECIAL MEETING THROUGH A SIMPLE
MAJORITY AND MUST GIVE AT LEAST 30 DAYS' NOTICE TO THE BOARD.
c.) By the President of the Corporation
Should a meeting be called by the Shareholders, notice of such will be delivered to the
Board, who will then set a date, time and place of the meeting. The discussion within special
meetings will exclusively be centered on the items listen in the notice of the special meeting.
Article 5 – MEETING TELECOMMUNICATION:
Shareholder telecommuting will be permitted for the Annual Meeting or for any special
meetings, so long as the specific identity of each Shareholder attending can be verified and each
Shareholder can hear, speak and otherwise participate in any activity of the meeting.
PART C: DIRECTORS
Article 6 – AUTHORITY:
The Board shall have the general authority to manage the affairs of the Corporation, either
directly or by delegation.
Article 7 – NUMBER:
The Corporation shall have the following number of directors: 3.
Article 8 – INITIAL DIRECTORS:
The initial directors will be appointed or elected at the first meeting which may be held for that
Article 9 – TERM:
The Board shall be elected each year at the Annual Meeting of the Shareholders by a majority of
votes. The term of each Director will be as follows: 2 YEARS.
Article 10 – COMPENSATION:
The Directors of the Corporation will be compensated for their services and may additionally
have their expenses reimbursed. The Board may establish compensation by resolution. Directors
may also serve in other positions throughout the Corporation and may be compensated for such
service, as well.
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Article 11 – QUORUM:
A quorum of Directors shall be as follows: 1%.
Article 12 – REGULAR MEETINGS:
The Board will hold at least one regular, annual meeting on the same date and at the same place
as the Annual Meeting of Shareholders. The Board may also hold additional regular meetings at
intervals decided upon through Board resolutions.
Article 13 – SPECIAL MEETINGS:
Special meetings of the Board may be requested by any Board member upon adequate notice, no
less than the following: ONE WEEK.
Article 14 – NOTICE WAIVER
Written and executed waiver by any Director will suffice in the Notice's stead and will constitute
Notice waiver. Attendance of any Director at any meeting will constitute Notice waiver, unless
timely objection at the start of the meeting is logged.
Article 15 – DIRECTORIAL ACTION WITHOUT MEETING:
Actions which would otherwise be taken at directorial meetings, such as, but not limited to, the
passage of resolutions, may also be taken without such meeting if consented to in writing by
each Director entitled to vote on the particular action. Such written consent must be dated by
Article 16 – MEETING TELECOMMUNICATION:
Director telecommuting will be permitted for the Annual Meeting or for any special meetings, so
long as the specific identity of each Director attending can be verified and each Director can
hear, speak and otherwise participate in any activity of the meeting.
Article 17 – ADVERSE INTEREST:
The disclosure of a conflict of interest for any Director shall not disqualify that Director as
necessary for a quorum, nor shall it disqualify that Director from voting upon the issue.
Article 18 – DIRECTORIAL VACANCIES:
Should a vacancy on the Board arise due to the departure of any Director between terms that may
not be voted upon by Shareholders, a new Director shall be appointed by the majority of the
Directors remaining in office. The newly-appointed Director will hold such office until the next
Annual Meeting. If all Directors should depart, any Officer may call a special meeting for the
election of a new Director or Directors. Directors may voluntarily resign as follows:
BY SENDING NOTICE TO THE BOARD NO LESS THAN 2 WEEKS BEFORE
Article 19 – DIRECTOR REMOVAL:
Directors may be removed at any time, for any reason or no reason at all, by a majority vote at a
special meeting called specifically for a vote on Director removal.
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Article 20 – ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURE:
The following individual will preside over Board meetings: THE PRESIDENT; THE CHAIR. If
such individual is not present, another Director will be chosen by the majority of Directors
present at the meeting. Resolutions will be passed and voted upon by a majority of Directors, so
long as a quorum is present at the meeting. The Board shall keep written minutes of its meetings
and will store such minutes for a period after the meeting as follows: TWO YEARS. The
minutes will contain the following, but may contain more information as the Board deems
necessary: Directors present, resolution information, and Director objections or abstention.
Article 21 – DIRECTOR COMMITTEES:
Directors may form committees for any purpose that may be carried out by the Board.
The committees may be formed by internal appointment of the Directors and may be temporary
or permanent. Committees must have a specific purpose to function. The Board may determine
each and every operating procedure as applicable to the committee, including resignation or
vacancy, term, meetings and notice, quorum requirements, and general procedural rules.
PART D: OFFICERS
Article 22 – OFFICER APPOINTMENTS:
The Corporation will have the following officers ("Officers"): Carlos Elmore – President, a
Treasurer, and Secretary. These Officers will initially be appointed by the Board, if not already
done so at the time of the drafting of these Bylaws.
Article 23 – GENERAL DUTIES:
The general duties of the Officers will be as follows:
President: The President shall generally oversee the Board and shall be the chief executive
officer ("CEO") of the Corporation, responsible for the ultimate oversight of the Corporation's
actions. The President shall preside at Shareholder meetings, track and supervise that Board
resolutions are carried out, and sign corporate documents.
Treasurer: The Treasurer shall be the chief financial officer ("CFO") and shall be responsible
for overseeing and managing the financial business of the Corporation, including, if applicable,
the endorsement of monetary instruments and the dispensation of funds. The Treasurer shall be
under the authority of the Board and shall report to the Board on the financial goings-on of the
Secretary: The Secretary shall be responsible for the organizational structure of the meetings of
the Board, including sending notice, keeping minutes, and otherwise maintaining records.
The duties of the Officers may be adjusted as needed by the Board throughout the life of the
Article 24 – TERM:
The Officers will be initially elected by the Board and then will each serve for a one-year term or
until a successor officer has been elected.
Article 25 – RESIGNATION OR REMOVAL:
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If any of the Officers resign or are removed, the Board shall have the authority to appoint a
replacement, interim Officer until the next election can be held.
PART E: FINANCIAL AFFAIRS
Article 26 – LOANS AND OTHER DEBTS:
The Corporation shall be permitted to take out loans and other debts, but only upon resolution of
Article 27 – MONETARY INSTRUMENTS:
Funds belonging to the Corporation through monetary instruments shall promptly be deposited in
financial accounts in the name of the Corporation. Funds dispersed by the Corporation shall be
signed by the Treasurer or other Officer as the Board may designate.
PART F: GENERAL
Article 28 – AMENDMENT:
This document and the bylaws herein may be amended or rescinded by a majority of the Board
or a majority of the Shareholders through a vote. The Shareholders may, however, delineate
certain portions of these bylaws which may not be amended or rescinded by the Board.
Article 29 – INDEMNIFICATION:
The Corporation shall indemnify Directors and Officers who may be involved in any litigation or
other legal dispute due to their position within the Corporation. The Corporation shall also
indemnify any employees and agents who may be involved in litigation or other disputes by
virtue of their position or relationship with the Corporation.
Article 30 – FISCAL YEAR:
The fiscal year of the Corporation will end on December. The fiscal year may be changed by
resolution of the Board.
Article 31 – DISSOLUTION:
The Board may have the authority to dissolve the Corporation through a super majority vote.
Article 32 – CORPORATE SEAL:
The Corporation shall have a corporate seal, which will be attached to any document otherwise
requiring a signature, in addition to the signature of the relevant Officer.
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The bylaws have been duly adopted by the Corporation and are executed by the individual
Secretary Name: ____________________________
Secretary Signature: ____________________________