EACO

AcronymDefinition
EACOEnvironmental Abatement Council of Ontario (Canada)
EACOEmmanuel Alliance Church of Ottawa (Canada)
EACOExpired Air Carbon Monoxide
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EACO through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bisco Industries Inc, distributes and sells electronic components and fasteners mainly in the US and Canada.
EACO through its wholly-owned subsidiary Bisco Industries Inc, distributes and sells electronic components and fasteners through 48 sales offices and 7 distribution centres and the website, in the US and Canada.
EACO organizes regulatory, postal, telecommunications and broadcasting organisations in East African Community (EAC).
Reflects the actual combined results of operations of EACO and Bisco for the eight month transition period ended August 31, 2009.
As a result of the merger with Bisco Industries, Inc, ("Bisco") all periods include the activities of EACO and Bisco combined due to the merger being a combination of entities under common control.
a wholly-owned subsidiary of EACO, was merged with and into Bisco; Bisco was the surviving corporation in the merger and became a wholly-owned subsidiary of EACO.
In connection with the Acquisition, EACO issued an aggregate of 4,705,669 shares (117,641,742 shares prior to the Reverse Split (defined below)) of its common stock (the "Merger Shares") to the sole shareholder of Bisco in exchange for all of the outstanding capital stock of Bisco.
In addition, under a management agreement with EACO, Bisco handles the day to day operations of EACO and provides administration and accounting services through a steering committee.
Prior to completing the Acquisition described above, EACO filed an amendment to its articles of incorporation, to effect a 1-for-25 reverse split of its outstanding common stock (the "Reverse Split").
The share and per share information presented below does not give effect to the 1-for-25 reverse stock split of the outstanding EACO common stock effective March 23, 2010.
Two months later Litchfield took on the fabled Waseca EACOs, one of the era's most fully integrated baseball teams, for the state championship.
With Waseca leading 2-0 in the top of the third inning, Williams drove two men home with a booming triple off of George Wilson to tie the score, but things went distinctly south for the overmatched Litchfield side thereafter, as they committed several errors and the EACOs rolled to a 9-2 victory.