Letter To Shareholders

If you run a shareholder-owned corporation, you're required by law to hold annual meeting and communicate with shareholders. Corporations are legal entities governed by specific state and federal laws, so all letters of this type should be written, reviewed, and approved by your attorney. This is a letter to shareholders after an annual meeting.

In accordance with the resolutions approved at the Annual Meeting of May 22, 20—, I'm pleased to send you the enclosed Stock Certificates that represent your ownership of the recapitalized and renamed CareerLab, Inc.®

The terms and conditions of the Subscription Agreement and Letter of Investment Intent that you signed with the issuance of shares of CareerLab.com are still in full force and effect.  The Class A common shares are a replacement for the shares issued to you at that time.  Your original shares are null and void; you may destroy them. Class B Preferred shares are issued as described in the Minutes of the Annual Meeting:

    To amend the Articles of Incorporation to authorize the issuance of 6,000,000 shares of stock, of which 3,500,000 shares will be Class A common stock and 2,500,000 will be Class B preferred stock. The recapitalization shall be effective upon acceptance and filing of the Articles of Incorporation by the Secretary of State.

We've posted an ongoing newsletter on our website at www.careerlab.com/news.htm if you'd like to see what's happening. My cell phone is 303-555-1212. Please call me if you have any questions, or if I can be of any assistance.

Season's blessings,

William S. Frank

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