Who is entitled to vote at the meeting?
Holders of common stock, as of the close of business on the record
date, April 17, 2020, will receive notice of, and be eligible
to vote at, the annual meeting and at any adjournment or
postponement of the annual meeting. At the close of business on the
record date, we had outstanding and entitled to vote 28,591,751
shares of common stock.
How many votes do I have?
Each outstanding share of our common stock you owned as of the
record date will be entitled to one vote for each matter considered
at the meeting. There is no cumulative voting.
Who can attend the meeting?
Only persons with evidence of stock ownership as of the record date
or who are invited guests of the Company may attend and be admitted
to the annual meeting of the shareholders. Shareholders with
evidence of stock ownership as of the record date may be
accompanied by one guest. Photo identification will be required (a
valid driver’s license, state identification or passport). If a
stockholder’s shares are registered in the name of a broker, trust,
bank or other nominee, the stockholder must bring a proxy or a
letter from that broker, trust, bank or other nominee or a recent
brokerage account statement that confirms that the stockholder was
a beneficial owner of shares of stock of the Company as of the
record date. Since seating is limited, admission to the meeting
will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration will
begin at 12:00 noon, and seating will begin at 12:30 P.M. For
directions to the meeting, please call Judy Wigginton at (407)
Cameras (including cell phones with photographic capabilities),
recording devices and other electronic devices will not be
permitted at the meeting.
What constitutes a quorum?
The presence at the meeting, in person or by proxy, of the holders
of a majority of the shares of common stock outstanding on the
record date will constitute a quorum, permitting the conduct of
business at the meeting.
Proxies received but marked as abstentions and broker non-votes, if any, will be included in
the calculation of the number of votes considered to be present at
the meeting for the purposes of a quorum, provided, with regard to
broker non-votes, that at
least one matter to be voted upon is considered routine such that
discretionary authority is available for that matter.
How do I vote?
If you are a holder of record (that is, your shares are
registered in your own name with our transfer agent), you can vote
either in person at the annual meeting or by proxy without
attending the annual meeting. We urge you to vote by proxy even if
you plan to attend the annual meeting so that we will know as soon
as possible that enough votes will be present for us to hold the
meeting. If you attend the meeting in person, you may vote at the
meeting and your proxy will not be counted. You can vote by proxy
by any of the following methods.
Voting by Telephone or Through the Internet. If you are a
registered stockholder (that is, if you own shares in your own name
and not through a broker, bank or other nominee that holds shares
for your account in a “street name” capacity), you may vote by
proxy by using either the telephone or Internet methods of voting.
Proxies submitted by telephone or through the Internet must be
received by midnight Eastern Time on June 15, 2020. Please see
the proxy card for instructions on how to access the telephone and
Internet voting systems.
Voting by Proxy Card. Each stockholder electing to receive
stockholder materials by mail may vote by proxy by using the
accompanying proxy card. When you return a proxy card that is
properly signed and completed, the shares represented by your proxy
will be voted as you specify on the proxy card.
If you hold your shares in “street name,” you must either
direct the bank, broker or other record holder of your shares as to
how to vote your shares, or obtain a proxy from the bank, broker or
other record holder to vote at the meeting. Please refer to the
voter instruction cards used by your bank, broker or other record
holder for specific instructions on methods of voting, including by
telephone or using the Internet.