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Discussion in 'TSLA Investor Discussions' started by fr100, May 30, 2018.
Am I allowed to bring a friend who is not an investor?
Probably not. Can't they spare enough cash for one share? They could even sell it after the meeting!
But in seriousness, I've got no idea. Hopefully somebody here does, but might be worth directing this towards Tesla themselves.
from Tesla's site related to shareholder meeting:
Note: If you plan to attend the meeting in person, please bring your photo ID, and either the notice or card addressed to you on behalf of us or your broker or your brokerage statement as of April 12, 2018. Please see the materials you received for details. We will not admit anyone, including guests of shareholders, who does not have these documents.
Shareholder Meeting | Tesla
Yep. Should have given them one share before April 12th.
Thanks for the responses. I saw the statement on the web site, but it wasn't clear to me. Why even mention "guests of shareholders" if non-shareholders aren't even allowed?
A shareholder may be a corporation or trust; I suspect the reference to "guests of shareholders" means "representatives of shareholders"