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Communications Corporation of America
13195 Freedom Way
Communications Corporation of America, Inc. (CCA), founded in 1971, provides one-stop Direct Mail services to an international clientele.
CCA has also been instrumental in bringing state-of-the-art personalization techniques to its clients since 1973,
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The resurrected Mello Joy Coffee Company, ...
The resurrected Mello Joy Coffee Company, based in Lafayette, Louisiana, was formed under the new ownership of majority Partner Wayne Elmore, Co-Vice Chairman of Communication Corporation of America, CEO of Louisiana Physician Corporation, Mississippi Physician Corporation, Southern Benefit Services, Chair Slippers, LLC, and E-TennisBalls.com.
In addition Mr. Elmore is a highly respected business, philanthropic, and civic leader.
This year's official party king will ...
This year's official party king will be D. Wayne Elmore, a communications executive from Lafayette.Elmore is vice president and founder of Communications Corp. of America, a Lafayette company that owns 28 television stations in Louisiana, Texas and Indiana.
Wayne Elmore and Clark White stepped in as investors near the end of the legal struggle with Community about a year ago.
...Elmore is chief executive officer at Communications Corp. of America, which owns television properties mainly in Louisiana and Texas.
GE Commercial Finance Global Media & Communications Refinances Communications Corporation of America and White Knight Broadcasting
ComCorp is owned by Thomas R. Galloway Sr., Wayne Elmore, and Apollo Advisors, LLP.
..."This transaction was extremely effective for us in that it represents a restructuring of our company's capital structure, which allows us to move forward and build the company through internal growth as well as acquisitions," said Wayne Elmore, Chief Executive Officer, ComCorp.
2theadvocate.com: Business - Four BR television stations for sale 10/14/05
White Knight Broadcasting, which owns WVLA NBC-33 and independent KZUP-19, and Communications Corporation of America, which owns WGMB Fox-44 and WBRL WB-21, will be marketed by Los Angeles-based UBS Investments, said Wayne Elmore, president and chief executive officer of Communications Corp.
Prospective buyers will not be able to pick and choose which stations they want, Elmore
"Someone can't come in and buy Baton Rouge," he
said."That's not the way it's going to be marketed.It's going to be marketed as a portfolio."Elmore
owns Communications Corp.
with Thomas R. Galloway.
said the two companies have numerous affiliations between them.
As for the decision to sell, Elmore
said the three men have decades of station ownership among them and are ready to move on.Plus, he
said, the market is ripe for a sale.
"There's a lot of interest out there and a lot of consolidation going on," he
said."We do things for a profit and we think it's a good time to exit the business."Elmore
expects the process to take between six and nine months.
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