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Full title: Objection by Interested Party Worldwide Distributors to 9 Motion for use of cash collateral. An affidavit or verification, Proof of service. (Meyer, Steven) (Entered: 01/29/2021)

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA In re: Case No. 21-30037 (Chapter 11) Tea Olive I, LLC d/b/a Stock+Field, OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE Debtor. DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS Worldwide Distributors (“Worldwide”), by and through its undersigned counsel, hereby submits this Objection (“Objection”) to Motion for Final Order (i) Granting Expedited Relief and (ii) Authorizing the Use of Cash Collateral on an Interim and Final Basis (“Motion”). INTRODUCTION Worldwide is owed in excess of $3,300,000, which will grow substantially with the accrual of post-petition interest and attorneys’ fees. Worldwide’s claim is secured by a lien in all of Debtor’s assets, which is senior to that held by the Prepetition Lenders (as defined in the Motion). Worldwide filed a UCC Financing Statement with the Minnesota Secretary of State on January 9, 2020; the Administrative Agent (as defined in the Motion) filed its UCC Financing Statement with the Minnesota Secretary of State on March 4, 2020. This is a liquidation. Assets are not being replenished. Since the interim cash collateral hearing on January 13, 2021 through the week ending January 23, 2021, Debtor’s liquidation sales were over double what Debtor forecast. During this time, all excess cash flow has been paid to the Prepetition Lenders, except for $500,000 that has been held back for Worldwide. Moreover, Debtor has represented that the liquidation of Debtor’s assets will be insufficient to pay the Prepetition Lenders’ debt, much less

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Worldwide’s debt. Further, while Worldwide’s claim goes unpaid, interest on the debt accrues at 18% per annum and Worldwide continues to incur attorneys’ fees. At this point, Worldwide’s interest is not adequately protected. Its claim should be paid now before any further funds are paid to any other prepetition creditor, particularly, the Prepetition Lenders. I. FACTUAL SUMMARY A. Worldwide’s Business and Agreements with Debtor. 1. Worldwide is a Washington cooperative association selling to its members outdoor sporting goods inventory such as camping, fishing and recreational firearms. Tea Olive I, LLC (“Debtor”) is a member of Worldwide. Debtor’s and Worldwide’s relationship is governed by a series of agreements and documents, including but not limited to the following: a. Security Agreement dated February 27, 2019, a true and correct copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit A (“Security Agreement”); b. Member Credit Agreement dated February 25, 2019, a true and correct copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit B (“Credit Agreement”); and c. Worldwide Distributors Membership and Agency Agreement dated February 25, 2019, a true and correct copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit C (“Member Agreement”); and d. Member Handbook, a true and correct copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit D (“Member Handbook”). 2. Worldwide has 290 members and serves over 500 retail locations. Worldwide offers the opportunity for its members to enjoy significant savings by acquiring goods through Worldwide. Worldwide is able to negotiate favorable pricing arrangements for its members for several reasons. First, because of the number of members in the cooperative, vendors are willing

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to offer volume pricing. Equally as important, however, is the fact that Worldwide is obligated to pay vendors for any product purchased through Worldwide. Worldwide has excellent credit and always pays timely. Therefore, vendors are eager to both offer favorable pricing terms and extend credit to Worldwide’s members where they may not be inclined to do either if these store owners were not members of Worldwide. 3. Worldwide has basically two ways in which it can provide for the sale of product to its members. First, members can acquire product through the “dropship” program (“Dropship Process”). Under the Dropship Process, the member submits a purchase order to a vendor. The purchase order must designate the “bill to” party as Worldwide and the “ship to” party as the member. See page 4 of Member Handbook, Ex D. When the goods are shipped, the vendor invoices Worldwide and Worldwide is obligated to pay the vendor for the amount of the invoice. Worldwide then affixes a label to the invoice with Worldwide’s own invoice number, which is delivered to the member and the member is obligated to pay Worldwide. The Member Handbook clearly states in bold print: “The Member pays Worldwide for all dropship invoices, not the vendor.” See page 19 of Member Handbook, Ex. D. Further, under the Credit Agreement, Debtor agreed to “pay for all purchases made through Worldwide and billed to Worldwide on such terms and conditions as set forth in the Worldwide Member Handbook.” All but a very small fraction of Worldwide’s claim is comprised of amounts owed from product purchased through the Dropship Process. 4. The second manner of acquiring product through Worldwide is to purchase product owned and warehoused by Worldwide (“Direct Purchase Process”). A small fraction of the sales to members is done through the Direct Purchase Process. Less than $20,000 of

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Worldwide’s claim is comprised of amounts owed for product purchased through the Direct Purchase Process. 5. The Security Agreement has two separate granting clauses, the first of which grants Worldwide a purchase money security interest in all inventory and equipment that were financed by Worldwide for the benefit of Debtor or sold or distributed to Debtor by Worldwide (“Worldwide Purchase Money Security Interest”): (a) Debtor hereby grants Creditor a continuing purchase money security interest in all of Debtor’s inventory and equipment financed by Creditor for the benefit of Debtor or sold or distributed to Debtor by Creditor, wherever located, now owned or hereinafter acquired and all proceeds therefrom, to secure the payment of Debtor’s indebtedness to Creditor. The parties intend by this grant of purchase money security interest that each item of inventory and equipment shall secure both its own cost and any other indebtedness as permitted under Article 9 or the Uniform Commercial Code as now enacted in this jurisdiction, or in force at any relevant time. See Section 1(a) of Security Agreement, Ex. A. 6. The second granting clause is much broader, covering all business assets of Debtor including but not limited to accounts, equipment, inventory and fixtures (“Worldwide General Security Interest”; collectively with the Worldwide Purchase Money Security Interest, the “Worldwide Security Interest”): (b) In addition to the security interest granted in section 1(a) above, Debtor hereby grants Creditor a continuing security interest in all of the following, wherever located, now owned or hereafter acquired: all inventory (including without limitation all returns, repossessions and parts), all equipment, furniture and fixtures, all general intangibles, instruments, accounts, chattel paper, contract rights, documents, deposit accounts, investment property, letters of credit and letters of credit rights, security interests and agreements, and all cash and non-cash proceeds, products, additions and accessions to any of the foregoing in sections 1(a) and 1(b) to secure the payment and performance of all of Debtor’s obligations and indebtedness to Creditor, regardless of the form of such obligations and indebtedness, arising at any time under this Agreement or otherwise, together with interest thereon and any renewals or extensions thereof, and whether such indebtedness and obligations are from time to time reduced and thereafter increased, or entirely extinguished and thereafter reincurred. See Section 1(b) of Security Agreement, Ex. A.

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By virtue of the Worldwide General Security Interest, Worldwide has a security interest in virtually all of the assets that the Prepetition Lenders do. 7. On January 9, 2020, Worldwide filed a UCC Financing Statement with the Minnesota Secretary of State, a true and correct copy of which is attached hereto as Exhibit E (“Worldwide UCC”). The Worldwide UCC was filed approximately two months before the Prepetition Agent (as that term is defined in the Motion) filed its UCC Financing Statement on March 4, 2020. See ¶ 17 of the Motion, Docket #9. The Worldwide UCC identifies both the Worldwide Purchase Money Security Interest assets and the Worldwide General Security Interest assets. 8. Pursuant to the Security Agreement and the Credit Agreement, Debtor agreed to pay attorneys’ fees and other costs of collection incurred by Worldwide. See ¶ 5(f) of the Security Agreement, Ex. A and ¶ 7 of the Credit Agreement, Ex. B. 9. Further, in the event that Debtor fails to pay any invoice on the date shown on the invoice, Debtor agreed to pay a delinquency charge of 1.5%. See ¶¶ 2 and 5 of the Credit Agreement, Ex. B. 10. In addition, Debtor agreed to pay a finance charge of 1.5% per month (or 18% per year) when an invoice becomes past due. See ¶ III(b)(5) of the Member Agreement, Ex. C. 11. As of January 22, 2021, Debtor owed Worldwide $3,298,044 (“Worldwide Base Claim”) plus delinquency charges, attorneys’ fees and finance charges.1 Interest accrues at 18% per annum. The per diem interest is approximately $1,935. By February, 2022, the total accrued 1 In its Objection of Worldwide Distributors to Motion for Order (i) Granting Expedited Relief and (ii) Authorizing the Use of Cash Collateral on an Interim and Final Basis, Docket #35 (“Worldwide Interim Cash Collateral Objection”), Worldwide indicated that the amount due (excluding attorneys’ fees and current interest) was $3,149,270.28. Subsequently, some additional invoices were processed increasing the claim to $3,298,044.

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interest will be approximately $670,000. For the month of January, 2021, interest was $58,854.65. B. Status of Liquidation and Cash Collateral. 12. In the Motion, Debtor provided a weekly budget broken into one-week periods. For the week ending January 16, 2021, Debtor predicted that it would have cash receipts of $2,547,829 (see Motion, Ex. A); in fact, Debtor generated revenue of $3,528,053 or almost $1,000,000 more than forecasted (see Exhibit F attached hereto, which is the weekly budget delivered by Debtor to Worldwide on January 20, 2021). For the week ending January 23, 2021, Debtor predicted that it would have cash receipts of $3,954,449 (see Motion, Ex. A); in fact, Debtor generated revenue of $8,410,121 or more than double of what it predicted (see Exhibit G attached hereto, which is the weekly budget delivered by Debtor to Worldwide on January 27, 2021). 13. Tiger Capital Group, LLC (“Tiger Capital”), the party running the liquidation sale, explained to Worldwide certain aspects of the liquidation process. Tiger Capital first advertises a going-out-of-business (“GOB”) sale and begins by offering more modest discounts, say 20%. The most desirable inventory will typically sell first. As the GOB sale proceeds, the discounts become more significant. As result, each dollar of reported inventory will generate a smaller and smaller recovery as the liquidation progresses. As a result, the collateral will diminish at an ever increasing rate. Thus, not only is Worldwide’s collateral value diminishing each week, it is diminishing at an increasingly higher rate with the passage of time. 14. Debtor has represented to Worldwide that the liquidation is not projected to generate sufficient funds to pay both Worldwide and the Prepetition Lenders. Under the current projections, Debtor has indicated that after paying the Prepetition Lenders’ debt plus

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Worldwide’s claim (exclusive of both interest and attorneys’ fees), there will remain $5,000,000 owed on the secured debt. Even without Worldwide’s claim, Debtor has insufficient assets to pay the Prepetition Lenders’ claim. II. DEBTOR’S POSITION REGARDING WORLDWIDE 15. In the Motion, Debtor acknowledges the Worldwide UCC and that it includes both the Worldwide Purchase Money Security Interest assets and the Worldwide General Security Interest assets. See ¶ 17 of Motion, Docket #9. Debtor, the Prepetition Lenders and presumably the unsecured creditors committee are continuing to review the documents. It is our understanding that Debtor was able to reconcile the amounts owed to Worldwide as stated in the Worldwide Interim Cash Collateral Objection (i.e., $3,149,270.28) and has not yet done its review of the additional approximately $140,000 of recently processed invoices described above. Worldwide has offered to provide any additional information or documents that the parties require in order to complete their review. We have requested that the Prepetition Lenders or Debtor provide the Prepetition Credit Documents, the First Forbearance Agreement and the Second Forbearance Agreement (as those terms are defined in the Motion), but they have not been provided. 16. Worldwide is confident that the various parties reviewing its documentation will not find a basis for challenging Worldwide’s secured claim. Worldwide’s claims and liens have already been reviewed and approved by one bankruptcy court. See In re G.I. Joe’s Holding Corporation, Case No. 09-10713 (KG), United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware (“G.I. Joe Bankruptcy”). Attached as Exhibit H is the Memorandum Opinion issued by United States Bankruptcy Judge Kevin Gross in an adversary proceeding in the G.I. Joe Bankruptcy entitled Worldwide Distributors v. Wells Fargo Retail Finance, LLC, et. al (“G.I.

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Joe Order”). The facts in that case are similar to the present case. Worldwide had filed its UCC before the secured lenders had. See page 6-7 of the G.I. Joe Order, Ex. H. G.I. Joe was a member of Worldwide and filed bankruptcy. The secured lenders unsuccessfully attempted to attack Worldwide’s lien and claims. There is an important distinction between the two cases, however, which makes Worldwide’s claim even easier to establish. At the time of the G.I. Joe Bankruptcy, Worldwide had two different dropship programs: the Class A program in which the member paid the vendor directly and the Class B program in which the member paid Worldwide. See page 4 of the G.I. Joe Order, Ex. H. Following the G.I. Joe Bankruptcy, Worldwide revised its program and eliminated the Class A/member pay option. Now, there is only one dropship option (referred to as the Class B claim in the G.I. Joe Order) which requires the member to pay Worldwide and not the vendor. The G.I. Joe lenders didn’t even challenge the claims based on the Class B program which was allowed by the court. Further, the court found that Worldwide’s secured claim extended to the Class A claims. See page 12 of the G.I. Joe Order, Ex. H. Accordingly, even when the member was obligated to pay the vendor directly (which is not the case here), Worldwide’s lien was found to secure the claim. The only issue with respect to the Class A claims was the practical difficulties Worldwide faced because the invoices were sent directly to the member. Because Worldwide no longer uses the Class A program, that complication does not exist here. All of Debtor’s Dropship Process claims were billed to Worldwide and were identified with a Worldwide invoice number. The G.I. Joe Order fully supports Worldwide’s senior secured claim. III. PREPETITION LENDERS’ POSITION 17. The Prepetition Lenders have not acknowledged Worldwide’s senior position nor have they identified any basis for challenging it. Although we have not been provided copies of

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the Prepetition Lenders’ documents, Debtor has indicated that Worldwide’s lien is a permitted encumbrance in the Prepetition Lenders’ Credit Agreement. We have been informed that the Prepetition Lenders are contemplating conducting discovery, which will cause Worldwide to incur more attorneys’ fees and increase the amount of its senior claim. 18. Further, Worldwide has heard that the Prepetition Lenders claim that Worldwide is “not paying for the liquidation,” which presumes that the Prepetition Lenders are doing something more than Worldwide is. Further, the Prepetition Lenders apparently feel that Worldwide has some obligation based on 11 U.S.C. Section 506(c). Worldwide is entirely at a loss to understand either position. Worldwide has a first secured position in the same assets and proceeds in which the Prepetition Lenders hold a subordinate interest. Both parties have the same lien in cash collateral with Worldwide holding a senior position. The Debtor is funding the liquidation completely with the use of Worldwide’s cash collateral. Worldwide’s cash collateral is being used not only to pay employees and the costs of liquidation, but also to pay millions of dollars to the Prepetition Lenders who are subordinate to Worldwide. The Prepetition Lenders are not funding the liquidation any more or differently than Worldwide is. To the contrary, the Prepetition Lenders are using Worldwide’s collateral to pay themselves, among other things, post-petition interest, attorneys’ fees and the “administration fee” of $13,750 per week. 19. 11 U.S.C. §506(c) provides as follows: The trustee may recover from property securing an allowed secured claim the reasonable, necessary costs and expenses of preserving, or disposing of, such property to the extent of any benefit to the holder of such claim, including the payment of all ad valorem property taxes with respect to the property. Debtor is currently paying all of its expenses by using Worldwide’s cash collateral. In other words, every time Debtor writes a check, it is surcharging Worldwide’s collateral. Worldwide

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does not have an issue with Debtor’s budget or having its cash collateral used for that purpose at this point. Worldwide does object, however, to any further payments being made to the Prepetition Lenders before Worldwide is paid. WORLDWIDE IS NOT ADEQUATELY PROTECTED 20. Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. Section 363(c)(2), a debtor is not entitled to use cash collateral unless the secured party with an interest in such cash collateral consents or the court authorizes such use. Further, the court shall prohibit or condition the use of cash collateral as necessary to provide adequate protection of the parties’ interests. 11 U.S.C. Section 363(e). Debtor has the burden of establishing that Worldwide is adequately protected. 11 U.S.C. Section 363(p). Worldwide will not repeat all of the objections to the cash collateral order stated in the Worldwide Interim Cash Collateral Objection, but nonetheless reasserts each of them. Here are the most significant issues, however. A. Worldwide’s Claim Should Be Paid in Full Now or an Adequate Amount Should be Deposited into a Separate Segregated Account for Worldwide from the First Available Funds. 21. The assets are rapidly dissipating. The Prepetition Lenders’ principal obligation has been reduced by approximately $6,000,000 as of January 23, 2020 and, by the time of the hearing, substantially more will be paid down. No more money should be paid to the Prepetition Lenders until the Worldwide claim is paid. 22. Alternatively, before the Prepetition Lenders are paid anything more, all excess proceeds under the budget should be put into a segregated account for Worldwide’s benefit to cover all amounts that will be owed to Worldwide. In addition to the Worldwide Base Claim, Worldwide will be entitled to interest at the rate of 18% per annum until its claim is paid. If Debtor, the committee and/or the Prepetition Lenders determine to pursue litigation or if

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Worldwide is required to do so under the challenge provisions of the cash collateral order, it could easily take a year for the claim to be resolved and paid. Accordingly, interest should be set aside in the amount of $670,000. Further, Worldwide has already incurred significant attorneys’ fees and, if there will be litigation, Worldwide’s attorneys’ fees will be dramatically higher. To adequately protect Worldwide, $250,0002 should be included in the amount set aside. Therefore, the amounts segregated and set aside for Worldwide should be in the total amount of $4,218,044. B . Worldwide Should Not be Required to Establish Standing. 23. Under Section 17(b) and (c) of the Interim Order (i) Authorizing Use of Cash Collateral and Affording Adequate Protection; (ii) Modifying Automatic Stay; and (ii) Scheduling Final Hearing (“Interim Order”), the parties are seeking to challenge the liens or claims of the Administrative Agent and the Prepetition Lenders must first file a motion to establish standing. Worldwide clearly has standing to establish its claim and the priority of its lien. The obligation to file a motion to establish standing creates unnecessary delay and attorneys’ fees, which only increases the amount of Worldwide’s claim. The final order should provide that Worldwide has standing to commence appropriate proceedings to establish its claim and the priority of its lien without the need for a court order. 24. Worldwide also supports a more expedited process providing for a prompt evidentiary hearing to establish its claim. A prompt resolution will greatly reduce the interest obligation of the estate. The order should also provide that if Worldwide successfully establishes its priority, the amount of Worldwide’s claim determined as a result of the evidentiary hearing 2 If Debtor presents a full wind down budget, Worldwide suspects that this will be close to the total amount of attorneys’ fees budgeted for the Prepetition Lenders’ counsel during the liquidation period.

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will be paid to Worldwide within five (5) days of the entry of the order, which will stop continued accrual of interest. C. Junior Lender is Granted Relief from Stay While Worldwide is Not. 25. The Prepetition Lenders are granted relief from stay under various circumstances and Worldwide is not. See ¶ 9 of the Interim Order. As a result, junior lenders could be granted relief from stay on an expedited basis and proceed against the collateral while Worldwide is precluded from doing so jeopardizing its ability to exercise its senior lien rights. Worldwide should also be entitled to deliver the Enforcement Notice (as defined in the Interim Order) and be granted relief from stay at the same time that the Prepetition Lenders are if the Prepetition Lenders deliver an Enforcement Notice. Worldwide should also receive the Stay Relief Notice (as defined in the Interim Order) or the Enforcement Notice when the Prepetition Agent or the Prepetition Lenders deliver it. Finally, if the Prepetition Lenders receive relief from stay, Worldwide should automatically be granted relief from stay as well. WHEREFORE, Worldwide does not object to the terms of the Interim Order in its current form but, subject to the order providing the following: a. that Debtor either pay Worldwide the full amount of its claim or retain from all excess collateral an amount sufficient to cover the full potential claim (including post-petition interest and attorneys’ fees) before any amounts are paid to any other creditor, including the Prepetition Lenders; b. Worldwide shall not be required to seek an order granting standing to commence an action to establish the amount of its claim and the priority of its lien; c. Revise paragraph 9 to provide Worldwide with the same protections that the Prepetition Lenders are granted with respect to relief from stay.

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Dated: January 29, 2021 FOX ROTHSCHILD LLP By: /e/ Steven W. Meyer Steven W. Meyer (#160313) 222 South Ninth Street, Suite 2000 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402 Telephone: (612) 607-7000 Facsimile: (612) 607-7100 ATTORNEYS FOR WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS

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IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MINNESOTA In re: Case No. 21-30037 (Chapter 11) Tea Olive I, LLC d/b/a Stock+Field, UNSWORN CERTIFICATE Debtor. OF SERVICE I hereby certify that on January 29, 2021, I caused the Objection to Motion for Final Order (i) Granting Expedited Relief and (ii) Authorizing the Use of Cash Collateral on an Interim and Final Basis to be filed electronically with the Clerk of Court through ECF. Dated: January 29, 2021 FOX ROTHSCHILD LLP By: /e/ Steven W. Meyer Steven W. Meyer (#160313) 222 South Ninth Street, Suite 2000 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55402 Telephone: (612) 607-7000 Facsimile: (612) 607-7100 ATTORNEYS FOR WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS

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EXHIBIT A TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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EXHIBIT B TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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MEMBER CREDIT AGREEMENT The undersigned member (`Member") and Worldwide Distributors, a Washington cooperative association ("Worldwide") make this Credit Agreement as of this 747 day of cle:VC,Iv--1- 20 kCik . WHEREAS, Worldwide is a cooperative association which acts as an agent for its members in purchasing inventory for its members: and WHEREAS, Worldwide provides additional services to its members including accounting and computer services: and WHEREAS, the undersigned has been accepted as a member or prospective member of Worldwide, NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby agreed as follows: 1. Services: Payment. Worldwide will provide to the Member all the services that Worldwide furnishes; and the undersigned agrees to pay Worldwide for the services rendered to the undersigned at the published rates applicable to the membership. 2. Payment Due on Invoice Due Date. The undersigned agrees to pay for all purchases made through Worldwide and billed to Worldwide on such terms and conditions set forth in the Worldwide Member Handbook. Such payment is due in the offices of Worldwide on the due date. If payment is late, it will be subject to the Delinquency Charge discussed below. 3. Conditions. To secure prompt payment, the undersigned agrees to the following: a. To submit to Worldwide a current financial statement at the end of each fiscal year-end or such interim statements as Worldwide may request, certified by the undersigned or an officer of the undersigned; and b. To grant to Worldwide a security interest in assets of the undersigned as may be agreed to with Worldwide, but in no event will "inventory and proceeds" not be covered by such agreement 4. Representations and Warranties as to Financial Statements and Financial Condition. As a condition of Worldwide providing Member with a credit limit for purchases of merchandise, Member represents and warrants to Worldwide that: a. All financial statement(s) it has, or in the future will provide Worldwide, were or will be prepared in substantial compliance with generally accepted accounting principles. b. The financial statements member has provided and will provide are being relied upon by Worldwide in their continued extension of credit, and such credit would not be granted or extended without the representations contained herein and in said financial statements; and c. If there is any material change in the Debtor's financial condition that may have an adverse impact on Worldwide's ability to collect the amounts due to it from Member, Member will inform that Worldwide in writing of such change within 5 business days. 5. Delinquency Charge. Whereas Worldwide is not in the lending business and it is incapable of sustaining late accounts receivable from its members, all payments for goods or services furnished must be submitted by members no later than the due date shown on the invoice from Worldwide. If the undersigned fails to promptly pay its bill within the aforementioned time period. it is a breach of this contract and the undersigned will be liable for a delinquency charge constituting liquidated damages in the amount of one and one half (1.5%) of the account balance.

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6. Cancellation for Noncompliance. In the event the undersigned does not comply with the terms of credit due Worldwide or to suppliers of the undersigned using Worldwide's credit, all privileges of the undersigned shall cease at the sole option of Worldwide and shall not be restored unless, in the opinion of Worldwide's officers, the undersigned's credit has been satisfactorily re-established. 7. Remedies: Attorneys' Fees. In the event that the undersigned breaches any of the terms of this agreement or the security agreements or any other documents signed between the parties. Worldwide shall have all rights set forth in this agreement and in all other documents which may be executed by and between the undersigned and Worldwide. In the event it is necessary for Worldwide to retain legal counsel to obtain compliance with the duties contained in any of these agreements or the sums owing to Worldwide, regardless of whether a lawsuit or arbitration is commenced, the undersigned agrees to pay to Worldwide the attorney's fees and costs incurred by Worldwide in enforcing its rights and remedies under this and the other agreements signed between Worldwide and the undersigned. 8. Governing Law and Disputes. All disputes arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or any security agreement executed by Member, including the determination of the scope or applicability of this agreement to arbitrate, shall, be referred to and finally resolved by arbitration in Seattle, Washington by an single arbitrator agreed to by the parties, or if the parties cannot agree. by JAMS pursuant to its Streamlined Arbitration Rules and Procedures. Judgment on the Award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction, provide however, this shall not preclude Worldwide from seeking provisional remedies in aid of arbitration from a court of appropriate jurisdiction, including, but not limited to, preliminary injunction, attachment, replevin or the appointment of a receiver in connection with the enforcement of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this section shall prevent Worldwide from commencing a civil proceeding in a court of competent jurisdiction to judicially enforce Worldwide's rights against the Collateral. If Worldwide commences a civil action to enforce its security agreement, then any issue other than the enforceability of Worldwide's security interest and its right to possess or sell the collateral, such as any dispute as to the balance owing Worldwide or any counterclaims or affirmative defenses asserted by the Member, shall be determined by arbitration as provided for in this Section. 9. Waiver. Failure by Worldwide to strictly enforce any provision of this Agreement will not be deemed a waiver of future enforcement of that or any other provision. 10. Personal Guaranty. As a further condition of the extension of credit, the undersigned agrees that the major shareholders or members of the undersigned may be required to sign, with their spouses, a guaranty of payment guaranteeing the payment of the undersigned. In the event any major shareholder, members, or their respective spouses refuses to sign or terminates their guaranty of payment, Worldwide shall have the option of refusing to extend credit or services to the undersigned. 11. Credit Limit. Worldwide will grant a maximum credit limit of $600,000.00 The maximum Credit Limit shall be subject to review at any time. Should your unpaid balance exceed this credit limit, you will be required to make a payment on your account prior to the due date unless prior arrangements have been made. Worldwide reserves the right to discontinue "charge" shipments if the account exceeds the credit limit or if the account becomes past due. Member agrees to take full responsibility for all purchases made from Worldwide prior to this limit being established. 12. Binding Effect. This agreement is binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the heirs, executors, administrators and assigns of the parties hereto. SIGNATURES ON FOLLOWING PAGE 7 - -

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MEMBER CREDIT AGREEMENT WORLDWIDE Member # Exact Legal Name: Tea Olive I, LLC By: By: S.AvywyLe \\IP-17 f*i yji-41,;V:1 Print Name: Print Name: C170, Title: Title: - 3 -

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EXHIBIT C TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS MEMBERSHIP AND AGENCY AGREEMENT 1:5 THIS MEMBERSHIP AGREEMENT ("Agreement") is entered into this day of , 20 Vi , by and between Worldwide Distributors ("Worldwide"), a Washington ,cooperative association, and the undersigned member ("Member.). Recitals A. Worldwide is an independent retailer buying association. Worldwide has been formed to provide, on a cooperative basis, favorable buying opportunities for merchandise and services, a forum in which merchandise and services may be presented, and market information and education. B. Member is a retail store or seller of consumer goods. C. Worldwide has invited Member to join Worldwide, and Member desires to join Worldwide. Agreement THEREFORE in consideration of the foregoing and the following terms, conditions, and mutual promises contained in this Agreement, Worldwide and Member agree as follows. I. Duties of Member. Member agrees to: A. Comply with all obligations contained in this Agreement, Worldwide's Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws and any policies Worldwide may from time to time adopt by vote of the Board of Directors; B. Pay all amounts described in Section III below; and C. Provide annual financial statements to Worldwide. D. Shall abide by all Worldwide policies & procedures. II. Term. This Agreement shall run until either party terminates it in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. Payment. Member agrees as follows: A To pay an Initial Membership Fee (in United States dollars) of $5,000, in cash or by promissory note. B. To pay monthly dues and charges as they may be established from time to time by the Board of Directors of Worldwide, by the 5th day of each month. Worldwide may prospectively revise any of its dues and charges at any time. The monthly dues and charges are currently set at the following rates, calculated in accordance with the policies of Worldwide: 1. Monthly Membership Dues: a) S410.00 monthly b) S50 for each ship-to address in addition to the primary ship-to address, not to exceed $150. 2. Drop Ship Charges not to exceed: a) 1.5% for annual cumulative purchases of 0-$1,300,000. - I -

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b) 0.25% for annual cumulative purchases of $1,300,000 to $15,000,000. c) 0% for annual cumulative purchases over $15,000,000. 3. For domestic goods purchased through Worldwide Distribution Center: (a) a minimum 6% Upcharge for merchandise and freight is included on the invoice; and (b) charges for repacks and special promotions shall be additional. 4. For imports: (a) a minimum 10% Upcharge for merchandise is included on the invoice; and (b) charges for repacks and special promotions shall be additional. 5. Finance Charges in the amount of 1.5% per month shall be added to a member's account should an invoice(s) become past due. 6. Applicable charges for small items such as postage, United Postal Service fees, Worldwide advertising, warehouse services and special accommodations. 7 Credit Insurance is required for first three years of membership and each subsequent year. thereafter, as determined by Worldwide. Billings of Credit Insurance will be based on the quarterly rolling average of receivables. C. To provide Worldwide with security for Member's obligations to Worldwide, in the form of security interests in assets, letters of credit and/ or personal guarantees in each case satisfactory to Worldwide. D. To maintain the highest standard of ethics in its dealings with Worldwide and other members and patrons of Worldwide. IV. Membership Interests. Upon execution of this Agreement and payment of the Initial Membership Fee, Member shall be entitled to one Class A Membership Interest as defined by the Articles of Incorporation of Worldwide. V Distributions Based upon Patronage. Member shall be entitled to distributions of cash, book credits or Class C Membership Interests in proportion to the volume of business the Member transacts with Worldwide. in accordance with the Articles, Bylaws and policies of Worldwide. VI. Termination. Either party may terminate the Agreement at any time upon written notice to the other party, effective 30 days after the notice is sent. In addition, in the event that Member ceases to pay the Monthly Membership Dues or otherwise fails to observe its obligations under the Agreement, Worldwide may terminate the Agreement by written notice to Member. VII. Refund of Initial Membership Fee. Upon termination of this Agreement, Worldwide shall redeem the Class A Membership Interest by paying to the former member an amount equal to the Refund Value as defined in the Articles of Incorporation, payment for which may be made in such amounts and at such times as Worldwide determines in its sole discretion over not more than a three (3) year period, with interest on the diminishing principal balance computed at the prime rate published in the Wall Street Journal. In addition, if the Member upon termination holds any Class B or Class C Membership Interests as defined in the Articles of Incorporation. Worldwide shall pay an amount equal to the Refund Value as defined in the Articles of Incorporation per Membership Interest, payment for which shall be made in such amounts and at such times as Worldwide determines in its sole discretion over a three (3) year period, with interest on the - 2 -

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diminishing principal balance computed at the prime rate published in the Wall Street Journal. VIII. Offset Rights. Worldwide may offset against any obligations to a Member at any time the amount of any obligation then owing to Worldwide by a Member. IX. Membership Not Transferable. The rights of the Member under this Agreement are not transferable to any other party. X. Nature of Relationship. Worldwide is the agent of the Member on terms and conditions as stated below. Otherwise, in the performance of this Agreement, each party shall be deemed to be an independent entity and not an agent of or a member of a joint venture with the other, and neither party may create any obligation or responsibility—expressed or implied—on behalf of or in the name of the other. Neither party will make any false or misleading statements, claims, or representations with respect to the other. One of the main services provided to its members by Worldwide is promotion of opportunities for each Member to obtain goods at discount or other favorable terms, all as arranged by Worldwide, and therefore, it is hereby agreed that: A. Member will abide by all terms and conditions related to transactions arranged for Member by Worldwide. B. As between Member and Worldwide. Member will be solely responsible for payment of goods that Member purchases through Worldwide from vendors and suppliers. C. Worldwide shall negotiate terms and furnish information respecting the purchase of goods from suppliers or vendors, including but not limited to trade discount, delivery date, availability, promotional displays for Member, and other like services. for which Member shall compensate Worldwide in accordance with the schedule of charges in effect from time to time. D. Worldwide agrees to furnish suitable forms of documents such as purchase orders, invoices, and remittance instructions, and Member agrees to employ such forms with respect to goods obtained through Worldwide's agency. Xl. Ownership. A. Member, Member shall be deemed the sole and rightful owner of all rights, title, and interest to present and future copyrights. trademarks, service marks, and patents developed by or for the Member relating to its business. B. Worldwide. Worldwide shall be deemed the sole and rightful owner of all rights, title, and interest to present and future copyrights, trademarks, service marks, and patents developed by or for Worldwide relating to Worldwide's business. XII. Representations. Worldwide represents to Member and Member represents to Worldwide that they have the authority to enter into this agreement. XIII. Confidentiality. One of the benefits of membership in Worldwide is the participation in special pricing programs offered by Worldwide or to Worldwide by third parties such as vendors or suppliers. Member shall not disclose to any third parties any information regarding any pricing programs associated with Worldwide, or the financial condition, business practices. or operations of Worldwide without the prior written consent of - 3 -

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Worldwide. Such information is proprietary and the only purpose for which it may be used is to decide whether to participate in the programs of Worldwide. XIV. Notices, Any notice required to be given or otherwise given pursuant to this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be hand delivered. sent by facsimile transmission, mailed by certified mail (return receipt requested), or sent by recognized overnight courier service as follows: If to Worldwide: Worldwide Distributors P.O. Box 88607 Seattle, Washington 98138-0607 If to Member: Tea Olive I, LLC 3435 Promenade Ave Ste 1001. Eagan, MN 55123 Notice shall be deemed given when received, and if sent by multiple means, when first received. XV. Governing Law and Disputes. A. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Washington. In any action to enforce this Agreement or any credit or security agreement entered into in connection therewith, the prevailing party shall be entitled to its reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, B. Arbitration. All disputes arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or any agreement executed by Member and Worldwide, including the determination of the scope or applicability of this agreement to arbitrate, shall be referred to and finally resolved by arbitration in Seattle, Washington by an single arbitrator agreed to by the parties, or if the parties cannot agree, by JAMS pursuant to its Streamlined Arbitration Rules and Procedures. Judgment on the Award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. This clause shall not preclude Worldwide from seeking provisional remedies in aid of arbitration from a court of appropriate jurisdiction, including, but not limited to. preliminary injuction, attachment, replevin or the appointment of a reciever in connection with the enforcement of this Agreement or any credit or security agreement executed by the parties. C. Enforcement of Security Interest. Nothing in this Section XV shall prevent Worldwide from commencing a civil proceeding in a court of competent jurisdiction to judically enforce any security agreement granted by the Member in connection with this Agreement. If Worldwide commences a civil action to enforce its security agreement, then any issue other than the enforceability of Worldwide's security interest and its right to possess or sell the collateral, such as any dispute as to the balance owing Worldwide or any counterclaims or affirmative defenses asserted by the Member, shall be determined by arbitration as provided in subparagraph B of this Section XV. XVI. Assignment. This Agreement, and any rights or obligations hereunder, may not be assigned or transferred by Member without prior written approval of Worldwide, which in its sole discretion may withhold or condition such approval. - 4 -

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XVII. Construction. If for any reason any provision of this Agreement, or portion thereof, is determined to be unenforceable, that provision of the Agreement will be enforced to the maximum extent permissible so as to effect the intent of the parties, and the remainder of this Agreement will continue in full force and effect. XVIII Waiver. Failure by either party to enforce any provision of this Agreement will not be deemed a waiver of future enforcement of that or any other provision. XIX. Entire Agreement. This Agreement does not constitute an offer by Worldwide and it shall not be effective until signed by both parties. This Agreement, Worldwide's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, and any other written agreement entered into in connection with this Agreement contains the entire Agreement of the parties and supersedes all prior written or oral discussions. This Agreement shall not be modified except by a written agreement dated on or after the date of this Agreement and signed on behalf of Worldwide and Member by their respective duly authorized representatives. [SIGNATURE PAGE FOLLOWS] - 5 -

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have set their hands and seals on the date first written above. WORLDWIDE Member # Exact Legal Name: Tea Olive I, LLC Jr Signature: Signature: U Print Name: 1, VIIOA/ Print Name: Matthew Whebbe Title: @PA k‘k WaV ta Title: Date: Date: Fed Tax ID#: Or SS# -6-

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EXHIBIT D TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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WELCOME TO WORLDWIDE The purpose of the Member Handbook is to familiarize Members and Prospective Members with the various procedures Worldwide uses to process orders, invoices, payments, co-op and other member-driven transactions. As procedures, forms or services change or are enhanced, Worldwide will issue periodic updates. The handbook is divided into eight sections. The first section is an overview of the most frequent transactions that members will encounter. This is follwed by in-depth sections that allow members to gain a more thorough understanding of Worldwide’s policies and procedures. We strongly encourange you to take the time to read through the handbook at least once. Some of the procedures may be different than what you are currently using in your business or with your vendors. The Worldwide staff is available to answer any questions you may have about products or services mentioned in this handbook. We look forward to assisting you with your merchandising, advertising, accounting and shipping needs. All Members may view this manual on the Worldwide website at www.wdi-wdi.com. It is found under the Member Login page. If you need a password for access to the “Members Only” page please call our Information Technology (IT) department. The “Members Only” section also gives you access to additional services that Worldwide provides the Members. As a final note to the handbook, it is important to remember that Worldwide has no independent responsibility to pay the vendor. Even when Worldwide pays the Vendor for merchandise ordered by you, such payment by Worldwide shall be deemed an advance by Worldwide on behalf of and in its capacity as a paying agent for you, the Member. Please contact us if you have any questions about this handbook or about Worldwide. We are here to assist your success in retail.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS RCHASING Purchasing through Worldwide................................................................... 3-8Sample Order Forms..................................................................................... 9-10Sample Order Acknowledgement............................................................. 11Sample Packing List...................................................................................... 12Sample Purchase Order Forms.................................................................... 13-16Sample of Inventory For Sale....................................................................... 17OICING Dropship Invoices.......................................................................................... 18-22Class C/I and Other Invoices....................................................................... 23-24Sample LaserVault Screens.......................................................................... 25-27Invoice Email Alert........................................................................................ 28EDITS, CLAIMS & DISCREPANCIES Dropship Claims............................................................................................ 30Class C/I Claims............................................................................................ 31Vendor Rebates............................................................................................ 31Freight Claim Procedures............................................................................ 32Sample Claim Form...................................................................................... 33-OP ADVERTISING Co-op Claim Procedures............................................................................. 34-38RLDWIDE DUES & FEES Schedule of Worldwide Charges................................................................ 39-40FF REFERENCE GUIDE................................................................................. 41 OSSARY OF TERMS........................................................................................ 42

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PURCHASING Dropship Class C: Domestic Class I: Import

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PURCHASING THROUGH WORLDWIDE a Member of Worldwide you receive advantageous buying opportunities by purchasing and billinough the cooperative. Lower costs negotiated by our specialized buyers, centralized billing and ended payment terms are some of the many benefits of ordering through us. In addition, Worldwin often negotiate special discounts and lower freight costs. All orders placed under the Worldwidegrams and prices must be billed directly through Worldwide on the vendor invoices. The following scribes the different ways to order merchandise through Worldwide: orldwide Purchase Orders – Goods are purchased using either “B” or “BG” preprinted or electronirldwide purchase order forms. “B” purchase orders are used by Members and “BG” purchase ord both Prospective Members and Members with credit restrictions. ember Purchase Orders – Goods purchased using your own purchase order form. The vendor oice must show Worldwide as the bill-to-party and the Member as the ship-to-party. orldwide Order Form (WWOF) – Goods are purchased on a special order form that has specific dor products purchased through Worldwide. erbal Orders - Verbal commitments for goods purchased at a tradeshow or meeting. This is usually ne at a Worldwide Hot Show or in a Worldwide meeting. ectronic Device - Goods purchased at a tradeshow or meeting using an electronic device. This is ally at a Worldwide Hot Show or in a Worldwide meeting. following merchandise classes define how merchandise is shipped to the Members. ropship - Purchases shipped directly from the vendor to the Member’s location. lass C – Domestic purchases shipped from the vendor to the Worldwide distribution center and ththe Member’s location. lass I – Import purchases shipped from an international source to the Worldwide distribution nter and then to the Member’s location. er Acknowledgements: order acknowledgement form is sent or emailed to the Member when Worldwide generates an er and places it with the vendor (see sample on page 11). Order acknowledgements are sent WWOFs, electronic orders and verbal orders. Members are responsible for immediately checking ir order acknowledgment for accuracy. If there are any discrepancies or questions about an ordembers should contact the appropriate category buyer. You will not receive an acknowledgemenm Worldwide if you write your order on a Worldwide “B” or “BG” purchase order or your own rchase order. If Worldwide is unable to place an order, Members will receive a cancellation noticeead of an order acknowledgement. Worldwide prices and programs are considered confidential information and should not be openlcussed with vendors or nonmembers. Failure to comply with confidential requirements could results of programs and termination of membership.

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DROPSHIP PURCHASES h Dropship ordering, the goods are shipped directly to a Member’s store, with the vendor invoices sectly to Worldwide. (See invoicing section on page 19 in this handbook for more specific details on hpship purchases are billed to Members.) en placing the dropship order directly with the vendor on a purchase order, Members , Prospective mbers and Members with credit restrictions use different procedures. For all other orders, everyone s the same procedure. embers Ordering by Purchase Order: Dropship orders can be written on a Worldwide Purchase Ordour own Purchase Order. Preprinted and electronic order forms are available through the Worldwiddit Department. Send the white original of the Worldwide purchase order directly to the vendor or al representative. Please make sure all pertinent information is filled out (Member ship-to address, ping instructions, requested ship date, cancel date, selected merchandise ordered, prices, discoun/or dating terms, freight terms and order total) (see sample on page 13). Worldwide does not send er acknowledgement but one may come from the vendor. ospective Members and Members with Credit Restrictions Ordering by Purchase Order: Dropship ers written by a Prospective Member or Member with credit restrictions must be written on a special Purchase Order (see sample on page 14). All preprinted PO copies except the green copy need to mailed or faxed (253)395-8725 to Worldwide for approval. The electronic PO can be emailed to BGi-wdi.com. The green copy is the Member Copy. Once approved, Worldwide will place the Membeer with the vendor or local representative. If Worldwide is unable to place the order, the Worldwide dit Department will notify the Prospective Member or Member. Worldwide does not send an order nowledgement, but you may get one from the vendor. rdering from a Dropship WWOF: Dropship Worldwide Order Forms (WWOF) may come by fax or e-my are also used at the Worldwide Trade Shows. These order forms have specific vendor product that be purchased through Worldwide. Simply return the WWOF stub to Worldwide by fax, mail or at the show. WWOF orders must be received by the response deadline indicated on the WWOF sheet. e samples on pages 9-10). ropship WWOF Qualification: Worldwide will check the order to see if it qualifies as a dropship per thes specified on the WWOF. If it does not qualify for dropship the WWOF may indicate that your order be combined with other Member orders and have it shipped through the Worldwide Distribution nter as a Class C shipment. (See page 6 on Class C purchases.) Members that dropship have the tion of choosing ship and cancel dates. Worldwide will place Member orders with the vendors. Shortreafter, Members will receive an order acknowledgement from Worldwide (see samples on page 11erbal Purchase Orders: During the Worldwide Trade Shows and other trade shows that Worldwide ends you will have opportunities to order by committing verbally. When an item is presented, you simd up your Member number card and indicate the quantity. Acknowledgements for these orders will t to you after the show. ectronic Orders: During the Worldwide Hot Shows you may have the opportunity to order with an ctronic device. Acknowledgements for these orders will be sent to you after the show. ase remember that all Dropship prices and programs are considered confidential information and uld not be openly discussed with vendors or nonmembers. Failure to comply with confidential

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CLASS C PURCHASES (DOMESTIC GOODS SHIPPED THROUGH THE WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION CENTER)ss C ordering is used when terms, required freight quantities, vendor requirements or other factors ke it financially favorable to have merchandise shipped from the vendor to the Worldwide tribution Center. (See invoicing section on page 23-24 in this handbook for more specific details o Class C purchases are billed to Members.) pments will include a Worldwide Packing List (see sample on page 12). All correspondence on Clrders must be handled through Worldwide. eight and Upcharge: A minimum upcharge of 6% to cover the expense of processing merchandisugh the warehouse is included in the invoice unit cost. The preliminary paperwork (WWOF, order knowledgement and packing slip) unit costs may or may not include the upcharge and freight. If se items are included in the unit cost, “INC” will be written on the paperwork. If freight is excluded the unit cost, a separate line item is added on the invoice. Members are responsible for freight rges from Kent, WA to their ship-to location. rdering from a WWOF: Class C WWOF’s may come in the mail, by fax or by e-mail. They are also ushe Worldwide Trade Shows. WWOFs are order forms that have specific vendor product that can chased through Worldwide. Simply return the WWOF stub to Worldwide by fax, mail or at the tradw. These orders must be received by the response deadline indicated on the WWOF sheet. er the order is placed you will receive an order acknowledgement from Worldwide. The inguishing characteristic about these orders is the merchandise receiving location. The merchanrst received at Worldwide’s Distribution Center. The goods are then redistributed to the Members directed by their individual store orders. Class C shipments may be “take all” deals that could resullight overshipments of product into the Worldwide Distribution Center. When this occurs Worldwidentitled to overship purchase orders by up to 10% without calling the Member for authorization. rldwide will not issue RA’s or honor claims for these overshipments. Merchandise is then placed in mber bays for eventual shipment to stores. Orders are shipped according to Member shipping ructions. erbal Purchase Orders: During the Worldwide Trade Shows and other trade shows that Worldwide ends you will have opportunities to order by committing verbally. When an item is presented, you ply hold up your Member number card and indicate the quantity. Acknowledgements for these ers will be sent to you after the show. ectronic Orders: During the Worldwide Silent Hot Shows you may order with an electronic device. knowledgements for these orders will be sent to you after the show. ancelations: Many Class C orders are group based contractual orders; therefore, they cannot be nceled. ase remember that all Class C prices and programs are considered confidential information and uld not be openly discussed with vendors or nonmembers. Failure to comply with confidential uirements could result in loss of programs and termination of membership.

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CLASS I PURCHASES (IMPORTED GOODS THROUGH THE WORLDWIDE WAREHOUSE) ss I purchases are goods that Worldwide has imported from an international source on behalf of tmbers and shipped to Worldwide and redistributed to individual Members based on Member ordructions. ort orders CANNOT BE CANCELED. Worldwide has issued a letter of credit and must take the goopments will include a Worldwide Packing List (see sample on page 12). eight and Upcharge: A minimum upcharge of 10% is added to goods that are imported by rldwide to cover the expense of bringing goods into the country. The cost per item includes the rldwide upcharge and any freight charges incurred to ship goods to the Worldwide Distribution nter (unless specially noted). Members are responsible for freight charges from Kent, Washington tir ship-to location(s). rdering from a WWOF: Class I WWOF’s may come in the mail, by fax or by e-mail. They are also d at the Worldwide Trade Shows. WWOF’s are order forms that have specific product that will be orted by Worldwide on behalf of its Members. Simply return the WWOF stub to Worldwide by fax, il or at the trade show. These orders must be received by the response deadline indicated on the OF sheet. er the order is placed you will receive an order acknowledgement from Worldwide. A distinguishiracteristic about these orders is the merchandise receiving location. The merchandise is first eived at Worldwide’s Distribution Center. The goods are then redistributed to the Members as cted by their individual store orders. Merchandise is then placed in Member bays for eventual ment to stores. Orders are shipped according to Member shipping instructions. ase remember that all Class I prices and programs are considered confidential information and uld not be openly discussed with vendors or nonmembers. Failure to comply with confidential uirements could result in loss of programs and termination of membership.

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ORDERING INVENTORY FROM THE WORLDWIDE WAREHOUSE Worldwide Distribution Center has a limited amount of inventory that is available for Members to chase. Worldwide publishes the available inventory on the website, where pictures are available,n an easy order form (see sample on page 17). Members may order from the website or may or mail the order form to Worldwide and quantities are filled the day following receipt. Inventory es include all Worldwide upcharges plus any freight that Worldwide may have incurred en route orldwide. Terms are Net 30 days unless otherwise stated and ship FOB the Worldwide Distribution nter. Members will receive an order acknowledgment once the order has been received. All ord placed in the Member’s bay unless specified otherwise.

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WWOF INSTRUCTIONS

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WWOF SAMPLE

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ORDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 1 O 7 e per Unit l cost of P pship A ort Imestic C c a op Pri Tot DrImDo 3 5 6 7 # r e d r O er # ase # d h k Or c oc e Pur 5 OF # or St dwid ber 6 W nd orl em W Ve W M 1 2 3 4 2 4

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PACKING LIST CLASS C AND I ORDERS 5 4 3 2 1 4 WWOF # Worldwide Order # 2 5 Vendor Stock # Member Purchase Order # 3 Worldwide Item #

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BG PURCHASE ORDER SAMPLE

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CANADIAN BG PURCHASE ORDER SAMPLE

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DROPSHIP INVOICES rchandise purchased on a Dropship order is invoiced directly from the vendor to Worldwide. Uponeipt of the invoice it is affixed with a barcoded sticker, or a black and white computer stamp (seemple on page 22). The sticker/computer stamp includes a date and an ID number. The date is d to calculate the Member payment due date. The ID number on the sticker/computer stamp is trldwide ID (WW ID)number and should be referenced on any correspondence including checks/ittances. original vendor invoice with the Worldwide ID number is then scanned and is accessible to the mber electronically through LaserVault (Worldwide’s digital imaging system accessible on the rldwide website). Upon request invoices can also be e-mailed, or sent via postal mail (fees may ply for this service). The Member pays Worldwide for all dropship invoices, not the vendor. Membeo receive vendor invoices directly from the vendor should forward these invoices to Worldwide for cessing. ment of Member invoices are DUE TO WORLDWIDE on or before the due date. A full explanation lculating dropship due dates is on page 21. cessing Invoice History: oices and other account information, including statements are accessed electronically from the erVault imaging system. Access to the LaserVault imaging system is from the “Members Only” paghe Worldwide website (www.wdi-wdi.com). will receive an email from Worldwide that alerts you that we have processed an invoice(s) that longs to you. This email is sent out the day following the date it was processed. Each invoice that e processed will be listed on the correspondence and it will be available to view on LaserVault. Sample on page 28. ore this system can be used the LaserVault Web Viewer must be installed on each PC accessing erVault. From the Members Only page click the LaserVault button. The LaserVault page contains nk to a tutorial and a link to the LaserVault login. The tutorial will explain the installation of the webwer, the user interface and searching (including the use of wildcards). We strongly recommend iewing the tutorial before beginning. re are various ways to search for scanned images of invoices. These are explained in the tutorial. ples of the search screens in the LaserVault imaging system are on pages 25-27. LaserVault login can be accessed directly at https://member.wdi-wdi.com/lvdmsweb. Each mber Retailer will be assigned one user name and password. Please contact Sherry Mennenga -877-894-9934 ext. 317 or sherrym@wdi-wdi.com to request a password. ing Dropship Invoices: voices with a discount or full freight allowance must be paid within the payment terms to qualify fo deductions (see page 21 for discussion on calculating dropship due dates). Member’s remittancerldwide must indicate those deductions and must show the total amount being paid on the invoicr account is past due, or if an invoice is paid past the allowable discount rate, the discount may ballowed.

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DROPSHIP INVOICES (CONTINUED) nly the Worldwide ID number and payment dates are valid references for payment of dropship oices. iscrepancies between invoices and Member purchase orders (or acknowledgement) must be orted to the Worldwide Accounting Department before the member due date. This allows the rldwide Accounting Department time to make adjustments to the invoice prior to payment. crepancies reported after the invoice has been paid will be subject to charge back if Worldwide ible to collect from the vendor. te charges will be assessed on any invoices (or part thereof) that are past due at the end of any en month. atements are available through LaserVault, or may be requested in Excel format through our counts Receivable Department. yment to Worldwide can be made via ACH, wire transfer or check. Send payment instructions forH (invoice number, amounts and discounts taken) to: ACH@wdi-wdi.com or fax to (253)395-8725.

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CALCULATING WORLDWIDE DROPSHIP DUE DATES the following charts to help you calculate the due dates on Dropship invoices. t Invoices ms from sticker date or computer stamp. mples erms Pay Date et 30 days 30 days from the sticker date et 45 days 45 days from the sticker date et 60 days 60 days from the sticker date et 90 days 90 days from the sticker date oices with Discounts mbers are eligible for any and all discounts reflected on an invoice for Dropship orders providing: •Payment is received at Worldwide within the discount terms of the invoice and,•The Member’s total account is current inder: *Calculate your discounts on product only (which is not always the invoice total). discount on freight! mples erms Pay with Discount Pay Net % 10, Net 30 days 30 days from the WW ID date 30 days from the sticker date% 30, Net 60 days 30 days from the WW ID date 60 days from the sticker date% 60, Net 61 days 60 days from the WW ID date 61 days from the sticker daterldwide offers extended terms on many dropship vendor invoices. A summary of extended terms fcific vendors is available annually. Watch your invoices with a sticker that indicates that there are ditional Worldwide extended terms! See attached example on next page (page 22).

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INVOICE SAMPLE You will reference this number when sending payment to Worldwide For questions about invoices, please contact the Billing & AP Manager (253) 872-8746 ext. 332.

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CLASS C, CLASS I & OTHER INVOICES (DOMESTIC AND IMPORT GOODS THAT SHIP THROUGH THE WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION CENTER) rchandise purchased on a Class C or Class I order is shipped from the Worldwide Distribution Cent is invoiced by the Worldwide Accounting Department (see sample on page 24). ing Class C Invoices: e payment on these invoices should be made as per the due date printed on the invoice. e Worldwide invoice date reflects the day it is placed in your bay and available for shipment per r shipping instructions. Depending on your shipping instructions the invoice may be due before the rchandise is shipped. Worldwide must pay according to vendor terms without regard to Member uested ship dates. yment terms are as stated on the invoice. cellaneous Invoices: se are invoices generated by the Worldwide Accounting Department that include: membership s, dropship service charges, co-op advertising credits, chargebacks, freight charges, warehouse commodations, postage and Class C credits. These invoices all have Net 30 terms.

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FILING A WORLDWIDE CLAIM y issues or discrepancies on invoices should be addressed by filing a claim electronically (see mple on page 33). An electronic claim form is available upon request and should be submitted claims@wdi-wdi.com. CLAIMS MUST BE FILLED OUT COMPLETELY in order to be processed, and mulude all corresponding documentation as an electronic attachment (pdf etc.). Dropship Claims/Defectives pship Claims: merchandise is being returned, it is the Member’s responsibility to request a return authorization (R the vendor before filing the claim with Worldwide. The merchandise should be returned to the dor, not to the Worldwide Distribution Center. Be sure to include the R/A number, the date of retur the tracking number on the claim form. on receipt of a completed claim form, Worldwide will email the approved claim back to the mber with a reference number verifying we have issued a credit to your account. after a certain time period, Worldwide has not been able to collect the claim from the vendor, thmber will be charged back. A new credit will be issued to the Member when/if the vendor issues dit to Worldwide for the claim. If a claim is denied, a letter will be sent to explain the reason. a claim is submitted to the vendor and there are no invoices for Worldwide to deduct the claim , Worldwide will attempt to collect the open credit from the vendor. In the event the vendor refussue a cash refund, Worldwide will chargeback the open claim to the member. ndor credit memos received by Worldwide that have not yet been claimed by a Member will be arded to the Member from the Worldwide Accounting Department. The credit memo will displael with a WW ID number. When using the credit always reference the WW ID number that appearthe sticker. Please reference this number on all remittance notices sent along with payment. ing claims timely is extremely important. Vendors may deny the claim if not filed timely. separate claim form must be used for each Vendor and Vendor Invoice number. pship Defectives: h vendor has an established procedure for the return of defective and/or warranty merchandise. a general rule, any merchandise purchased on a Dropship order can be returned directly to the dor after the Member calls the vendor and receives a return authorization. Members should n fill out the Worldwide Claim Form as instructed above. Upon receiving the claim, Worldwide will rgeback the vendor and issue the credit back to the Member.

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CLASS C CLAIMS/DEFECTIVES ss C Claims: e the electronic Worldwide Claim Form provided to all Members (see sample on page 33). r incorrect shipments, shipment of canceled goods or anything that needs to be returned to the rldwide Distribution Center, Members must first call the appropriate category buyer at Worldwide tain a return authorization number (R/A). When the merchandise is returned the R/A number neede listed on the outside of the box. e Worldwide Distribution Center Manager will inspect the returned merchandise. If the claim is proved,the Worldwide Claim Form will be emailed to the member verifying we have issued a crediour account. If the invoice is still open on the Member’s account, the credit will be applied towa invoice. If the credit zeros out the invoice total, no credit will be sent out. o Class C claims over 6 months old will be processed. separate claim form must be used for each Invoice #. Claims under $10 will not be accepted by rldwide. ss C Defectives: h vendor has established procedures for the return of defective merchandise and/or warranty rchandise. Class C purchases are often a result of a closeout with no defective returns allowed. er Class C purchases may have procedures for the return of defective merchandise. Members st call the appropriate category buyer at Worldwide to discuss the return of Class C defective rchandise. erchandise is returned, it will require an R/A number either from the Vendor or Worldwide. CLASS I CLAIMS/DEFECTIVES ss I Claims: erchandise is being returned because of incorrect shipments, use the electronic Worldwide claim provided to all Members. Members must first call the appropriate category buyer at Worldwide btain a return authorization (R/A) number. When the merchandise is returned the R/A needs to bd on the outside of the box. The Member will receive a credit on a Worldwide miscellaneous creoice. ss I Defectives: fective policies for Class I import merchandise vary by program. These policies are available at the the merchandise is purchased. Call the appropriate category buyer for details on the defectivelicy on specific import programs. VENDOR REBATES e of the many benefits of being a Worldwide Member is receiving rebates for specific vendor chases made through the cooperative. We negotiate special rebate programs with certain vendck your purchases, submit the rebate claim, follow-up with the vendor and credit your Worldwide count as per the rebate schedule. Members do not need to do anything.

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PREPAID COMMON CARRIER SHIPMENTS ***Only for shipments from the Worldwide Distribution Center in Kent, WA***Freight Claim Procedures (SHORTAGES, DAMAGED GOODS) en shipping to a Member out of the Worldwide warehouse, unless instructed otherwise by the mber, Worldwide will choose a common carrier with the best freight rate and will “prepay” (and Member later) all shipments from our Kent DC. The reason we prepay freight is to ensure that our mbers will receive Worldwide’s discounted rates. This also allows Worldwide to audit Member freig for accuracy. wever, Worldwide does not file claims against the carrier for damages and shortages. The Memberst file the claim with the freight carrier - not with Worldwide. This allows our Members to file for their rldwide Class C invoice value (not Worldwide’s invoice from the vendor). Members (the consignee all the details/notations of damages and/or shortages. Worldwide does not get involved unless re is a dispute between our Member and the originating carrier after the claim is filed. mbers should not refuse damaged freight. Members can recover their time for the labor involved t through the damaged merchandise and they can also recover the cost of the actual damagedrchadise. This practice ensures that our Members rececive at least some product from the shipmeWorldwide does not always have backup stock. It also ensures our Members receive “their” invoict (not Worldwide’s) for damaged merchandise as well as labor costs invested. ase file all freight claims for Worldwide DC shipments with the originating common carrier. Most rriers have a claim form online or you can file online. this time Worldwide uses: ight Carrier Website insula Freight Lines peninsulatruck.com Dominium Freight Lines odfl.com drunner Dawes Freight Systems rrts.com Reddaway usfc.com Freight yrcfreight.com not short pay freight invoices when making your payment to Worldwide. Worldwide has already id the freight invoice in full. If you do not receive a settlement from the carrier within 60 days, pleastact Worldwide’s Traffic Manager for further instructions. (SueS@wdi-wdi.com) 253-872-8746 ext. 3t anytime, for any reason, a Member is dissatisfied with the delivering carrier, please contact the rldwide warehouse for alternate carriers.

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CLAIM FORM SAMPLE

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Co-op Advertising

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WORLDWIDE CO-OP ADVERTISING rldwide is constantly seeking co-op advertising money from new and existing vendors on behalf embers. To aid in this effort, Worldwide has developed a program for monitoring the payment ofop claims to ensure maximum response to Member claims. All co-op claims (for goods purchaseugh Worldwide) must be processed through the Worldwide Accounting Department. Claims endors will be filed on the Member’s behalf. Please note that not all vendors offer co-op within rldwide programs. With some specific programs, Worldwide negotiates a significantly lower price eu of co-op benefits. Because programs can change year to year, Members should refer to the rent co-op manual, accessable on the Worldwide website (Documents/Forms) to determine whatnefits are available. All claims based on Worldwide purchase accruals are subject to a 10% (up to ) co-op fee to cover processing costs. im Procedure: fore running an ad, make sure it adheres to the requirements set forth by the manufacturer as listhe current co-op manual. If there is uncertainty about a specific requirement or more detailed rmation is needed, please contact the Worldwide Co-op Advertising Department. fter the ad runs, obtain the necessary proof of performance documentation. Examples include thinal newspaper tear sheet, certified radio or TV script and a copy of the advertising invoice. Be are that most companies have very strict time limits and will not honor claims that are not submitthin their required guidelines. l out the Worldwide Advertising Claim Form (see sample on page 37) or go to the Worldwide bsite (Documents/Forms) where the form is available online and forward along with the necessarycumentation to Worldwide: Co-op Advertising, PO Box 88607, Seattle, WA 98138-0607. on receipt of Member claims, a Worldwide Co-op Advertising Claim Form will be completed andmitted to the vendor along with proof of performance (see sample on page 38). This form will ntify the retailer as a Worldwide Member and therefore eligible for Worldwide co-op accruals. To p defray the cost of processing the claim, Worldwide retains a small portion of the reimbursement % up to a maximum of $50 per claim). nce Worldwide receives the money from the vendor for a claim the Member will receive a credit orldwide’s fee.

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CO-OP ADVERTISING STANDARD PROOF OF PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS General Interest Newspapers neral interest newspapers whose rates and paid circulation are published and can be verified by ependent audit (with primary coverage in Members’ trading areas) will qualify. Free shoppers may or ma qualify, depending on the vendor. original full-page tear sheet for each vendor claimed, showing the name and date of the publication. solutely no photo copies. copy of the publication invoice. Worldwide Claim Form showing the name of the ad, ad date, claim amount and product description (seple on page 37). Newspaper Inserts, Supplements, Circulars ne complete copy of the printed piece for each vendor claimed. e printer’s invoice. Post Office mailing receipt or other certification of circulation. Worldwide Claim Form showing the name, ad date, claim amount and product description (see sample one 37). urrent vendor logo must be displayed. Radio & Television invoice from the station showing date and rate charges, length of each commercial, cost per commerl cost and products advertised. copy of the script for each vendor claimed. certified affidavit of performance signed by a duly authorized officer of the station. This includes the A/RAB documentation for radio or the ANA/TVB documentation for TV. Sometimes this certification is luded with the invoice. Worldwide Claim Form showing the name, ad date, claim amount and product description (see sample oe 37).

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ADVERTISING CLAIM FORM SAMPLE Attn: Terra Crull

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Worldwide Dues & Fees

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SCHEDULE OF WORLDWIDE CHARGES OVERVIEW cutive Summary: Worldwide supports the services it provides to retailers, in part, with fees paid by Members on ir purchases through the cooperative. Prospective Members are also assessed fees based on purchases they ke through the cooperative through their initiation period. ss A - Dropship fee for Members: ut 95% of all purchases made by Members are dropshipped directly from the vendor to their store. This is doneimize costs and maximize efficiency. As a Member all dropship purchases are assessed an upcharge based on following tiered scale: ual Sales Volume Upcharge Fee $1,300,000 0% – 1.5% 00,001 - $15,000,000 0% – 0.25% r $15,000,000 0% mbers receive special discounted dropship rates on certain vendor programs. Dropship service charges are alsed upon the accumulated purchases made by Members during each year. The result is that most Members pificantly below the maximum 1.5% rate on their aggregate purchases through Worldwide. ss A - Dropship fee for Prospective Members: Prospect all dropship purchases are assessed a flat 3% upcharge fee. This upcharge is billed monthly. ss C – Domestic Goods Through Worldwide Distribution Center: h Members and Prospects may purchase merchandise through Worldwide’s distribution centers. Fees vary on h purchases based on volume and costs to deliver the product. As Worldwide is a Member-owned cooperativse fees are kept to an absolute minimum. Pricing for most Class C products include 6% above Worldwide’s t plus freight to Worldwide. All merchandise is FOB Worldwide, Freight Collect (or Prepaid & Invoiced to protect ounts). ss I – Import Goods Through Worldwide Distribution Center: h Members and Prospects may purchase imported merchandise through Worldwide’s distribution centers uding our Private Label. Fees vary on such purchases based on volume and costs to provide the product. As rldwide is a Member-owned cooperative these fees are kept to an absolute minimum. Pricing for most Class I ducts include 10% above Worldwide’s cost plus freight to Worldwide. All merchandise is FOB Worldwide, Freight lect (or Prepaid & Invoiced to protect discounts). er Membership Fees: • Once a Prospect fulfills their initiation period they are eligble for membership, which requires an investmentas a shareholder. Shareholders are entitled to annual dividends. • Members are assessed a monthly fee of $410. • Members or Prospects that would like more than one “ship-to” address from the Worldwide Distribution Ceare charged an additional $50 per month up to a maximum of $150 per month. dit Insurance: dit Insurance is required for first three years of membership and each subsequent year thereafter, as determineWorldwide. Quarterly billings for premiums will be based on the rolling average of the member’s receivables.

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STAFF REFERENCE GUIDE ME TITLE PHONE EXT. E-MAIL ADDRESS CUTIVE rk Williams President 316 markw@wdi-wdi.com b Hammond VP Sales & Marketing 349 debh@wdi-wdi.com FTLINES Wright Merchandise Manager 311 jonw@wdi-wdi.com Men’s, Women’s and Childrens Apparel, Footwear RDLINES ve Quarders Merchandise Manager 314 steveq@wdi-wdi.com Shooting Sports, Fishing, Toys, Camping, Lawn/Garden/Patio, Athletics,Hardware, HomeWorld RKETING/ADVERTISING y Cyphers Director of Member Relations 312 judyc@wdi-wdi.comCOUNTING nna Johnson Controller 313 donnaj@wdi-wdi.com vid Jueschke Credit Manager 328 davidj@wdi-wdi.com ra Crull Co-op Advertising & Rebates 355 terrac@wdi-wdi.com Zulfer Billing/Acounts Payable 332 pamz@wdi-wdi.comris DeLaRosa Network Administrator 310 chrisd@wdi-wdi.comrry Mennenga Programer/Analyst/Passwords 317 sherrym@wdi-wdi.comREHOUSE Shaughnessy Warehouse & Traffic Manager 323 sues@wdi-wdi.com

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GLOSSARY OF TERMS Like any business, Worldwide uses specific terms when defining it’s business procedures. Below are definitions to help you become familiar with our terms. WWOF: A Worldwide Order Form (WWOF) is a form that contains product information and termsof sale. Members can use this form to both review specific purchase information and to order thproduct. WWOF’s can be transmitted by mail, fax, email and/or at trade shows depending on individual Member’s preference. Worldwide Purchase Order Form: Worldwide Purchase Orders are forms that can be used by Members to order product directly from vendors. The forms instruct the vendor to ship goods to the Member and to bill Worldwide. They also contain terms and conditions of sale that are de-signed to protect the rights of Members in the event of a dispute with a vendor. “BG” Worldwide Purchase Order Form: This Worldwide Purchase Order form is used by both Pros-pects and by Members who have credit limitations on their purchasing through Worldwide. The form is identified by the letters “BG” preceding the purchase order number in the upper right-hand corner. Unlike Worldwide Purchase Order Forms, the BG form must be submitted to World-wide, not the vendor. Dropship Purchases: Purchases of goods that will be shipped directly from a domestic source to a Member’s location is referred to as a Dropship purchase. Class C/Domestic Purchases: Purchases of goods that are shipped from a domestic source through the Worldwide Distribution Center and then to a Member’s location is referred to as a Class C purchase. Class I/Import Purchases: Purchases of goods that are shipped from an international source through the Worldwide Distribution Center and then to a Member’s location is referred to as a Class I purchase. Miscellaneous Invoices: Invoices or credit memos for miscellaneous services such as monthly dues, service charges and rebates. Acknowledgment: Document confirming receipt of order. Bay: A designated area in the Worldwide Distribution Center where Member goods are held awaiting shipment to the stores. Goods are shipped per store instructions. Members may requestgoods held until they accumulate a specific shipping weight. R/A: Return Authorization, issued by a vendor or Worldwide, to authorize return of all or part of ashipment. Authorization is usually in the form of an R/A number that must be included on the boand on all paperwork associated with the returned goods. Prospective Member: Independent retailers allowed to use Worldwide services but have not yetbecome members. LaserVault: Worldwide invoice imaging system.

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EXHIBIT E TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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EXHIBIT F TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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Weekly Variance Cumulative Variance Actual Budget Difference ($) % Variance Actual Budget Difference ($) % Variance Compliance NOTES2 3 Cash Receipts $ 3,528,053 $ 2,547,829 $ 980,224 38% $ 3,528,053 $ 2,547,829 $ 980,224 38% PASS Sales exceeded forecast4 5 Cash Disbursements 6 Payroll & Benefits $ (14,513) $ (21,251) $ 6,738 -32% $ (14,513) $ (21,251) $ 6,738 -32% 7 Rent $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! 8 Taxes $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! 9 Utilities $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! 10 Insurance $ (141,399) $ (141,399) $ - 0% $ (141,399) $ (141,399) $ - 0%11 Freight/Logistics $ (33,733) $ (20,000) $ (13,733) 69% $ (33,733) $ (20,000) $ (13,733) 69% Carrier required a pre-payment for hauling12 Pro Fees $ - $ (205,000) $ 205,000 -100% $ - $ (205,000) $ 205,000 -100% PASS Account not yet set up. Will be caught up the following week. 13 Other Operating Costs $ (29,231) $ (75,000) $ 45,769 -61% $ (29,231) $ (75,000) $ 45,769 -61%14 Liquidator Expenses/Fees $ (215,763) $ (304,938) $ 89,174 -29% $ (215,763) $ (304,938) $ 89,174 -29% Advertising costs were less than anticipated15 Merch Payments $ (48,309) $ (240,000) $ 191,691 -80% $ (48,309) $ (240,000) $ 191,691 -80% Merchandise payments were less than forecasted. 16Total Cash Disbursements $ (482,948) $ (1,007,588) $ 524,639 -52% $ (482,948) $ (1,007,588) $ 524,639 -52% PASS17 18Net Cash Flow $ 3,045,104 $ 1,540,241 $ 1,504,864 98% $ 3,045,104 $ 1,540,241 $ 1,504,864 98%19Cash Balance $ 3,499,470 $ 1,540,241 $ 1,959,229 127%20 21Adequate Protection Payments $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! 22 23Availability (as of 01/09/2021) 24 Accounts Receivable Availability $ 1,769,480 $ 783,903 $ 985,577 126%25 Inventory Availability $ 30,541,133 $ 30,689,863 $ (148,730) 0%26 Real Estate Availability $ 6,518,448 $ 6,518,448 $ - 0%27 Reserves $ (670,122) $ (679,893) $ 9,771 -1%28Net Availability $ 38,158,939 $ 37,312,321 $ 846,618 2% PASS29 30Total Outstanding Loan Balance $ 29,762,853 $ 29,762,854 $ (1) 0%31 REFERENCE Oustanding Amounts $ 157,003 **The accompanying financial information is based on information provided by Tea Olive, LLC. Clear Thinking Group has not audited or otherwise verified the information provided to us, nor will we provide any assurances concerning the reliability, accuracy, or completeness of any materials provided by or on behalf of Tea Olive, LLC. Any party reviewing the Company’s information and considering either a lending and or investment relationship should only do so after they have performed their own detailed independent due diligence.

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EXHIBIT G TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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Weekly Variance Cumulative Variance Actual Budget Difference ($) % Variance Actual Budget Difference ($) % Variance Compliance NOTES2 3 Cash Receipts $ 8,410,121 $ 3,954,449 $ 4,455,672 113% $ 11,938,174 $ 6,502,278 $ 5,435,896 84% PASS Sales exceeded forecast4 5 Cash Disbursements 6 Payroll & Benefits $ (723,481) $ (805,180) $ 81,699 -10% $ (737,994) $ (826,431) $ 88,437 -11% 7 Rent $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! 8 Taxes $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! $ - $ - $ - #DIV/0! 9 Utilities $ (9,507) $ - $ (9,507) #DIV/0! $ (9,507) $ - $ (9,507) #DIV/0! 10 Insurance $ (4,926) $ (29,033) $ 24,106 -83% $ (146,326) $ (170,432) $ 24,106 -14%11 Freight/Logistics $ - $ (20,000) $ 20,000 -100% $ (33,733) $ (40,000) $ 6,267 -16%Account not yet set up. The aggregate amount of $385,000 will 12 Pro Fees $ - $ (180,000) $ 180,000 -100% $ - $ (385,000) $ 385,000 -100% PASS be caught up this week. Current week includes approximately $141,000 of merchant fees for a 1-week catch-up period. Merchant fees are netted against 13 Other Operating Costs $ (154,111) $ (75,000) $ (79,111) 105% $ (183,342) $ (150,000) $ (33,342) 22% cash receipts in the cash flow model. Costs for advertising, supervision and FF&E were less than 14 Liquidator Expenses/Fees $ (96,451) $ (153,427) $ 56,976 -37% $ (312,214) $ (458,365) $ 146,151 -32% anticipated. 15 Merch Payments $ (18,076) $ (240,000) $ 221,924 -92% $ (66,385) $ (480,000) $ 413,615 -86% Receipts related to feed inventory were lighter than forecasted. 16Total Cash Disbursements $ (1,006,552) $ (1,502,640) $ 496,088 -33% $ (1,489,500) $ (2,510,227) $ 1,020,727 -41% PASS17 18Net Cash Flow $ 7,403,569 $ 2,451,810 $ 4,951,760 202% $ 10,448,674 $ 3,992,051 $ 6,456,623 162%The cash balance includes $500k for Worldwide as adequate protection as well as approximatley $135k in outstanding checks and 19Cash Balance $ 4,341,084 $ 3,150,000 $ 1,191,084 38% approximately $551k held in the depository account20 Account not yet set up. $500k held in the Second Avenue 21Adequate Protection Payments $ - $ (500,000) $ 500,000 -100% concentration account and will be transferred this week. 22 23Availability (as of 01/16/2021) 24 Accounts Receivable Availability $ 3,068,115 $ 1,249,319 $ 1,818,796 146%25 Inventory Availability $ 27,221,894 $ 29,029,460 $ (1,807,566) -6%26 Real Estate Availability $ 6,518,448 $ 6,518,448 $ - 0%27 Reserves $ (614,792) $ (623,139) $ 8,347 -1%28Net Availability $ 36,193,665 $ 36,174,087 $ 19,578 0% PASS29 30Total Outstanding Loan Balance $ 23,201,447 $ 29,459,553 $ (6,258,107) -21%31 REFERENCE Oustanding Amounts $ 134,496 **The accompanying financial information is based on information provided by Tea Olive, LLC. Clear Thinking Group has not audited or otherwise verified the information provided to us, nor will we provide any assurances concerning the reliability, accuracy, or completeness of any materials provided by or on behalf of Tea Olive, LLC. Any party reviewing the Company’s information and considering either a lending and or investment relationship should only do so after they have performed their own detailed independent due diligence.

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EXHIBIT H TO OBJECTION OF WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS TO ENTRY OF FINAL ORDER ON MOTION FOR ORDER (I) GRANTING EXPEDITED RELIEF AND (II) AUTHORIZING THE USE OF CASH COLLATERAL ON AN INTERIM AND FINAL BASIS

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–†·§ ”fi–‡ •†”–fi‡¿‹•–† “»†…–fi› –fi ‡»‡(cid:190)»fi› (cid:176)fi–“•…» ‹– (cid:201)–fi·…'•…»(cid:242) (cid:215)…(cid:242) (cid:204)‚» (cid:176)fi–‰»…«fi»›°»®¬¿·²·²¹ ¬± Ý´¿­­ ß ³»³¾»®­ ¿®» ¼»¬¿·´»¼ ·² ¿ Ó»³¾»® Ø¿²¼¾±±µòŒ ÉÛÈ ìíò(cid:201)–fi·…'•…» (cid:190)»„¿† ¿ (cid:176)fi–‰»›› ›‚–fi‹·§ ¿”‹»fi ‹‚» (cid:176)»‹•‹•–† …¿‹» ‹– ¿›(cid:181) “»†…–fi› ‹– fl«¿†‹•”§¿²¼ ¿¼¼®»­­ ɱ®´¼©·¼»Ž­ ±¾´·¹¿¬·±² ¬± °¿§ º±® Ü»¾¬±®­Ž «²°¿·¼ Ý´¿­­ ß ·²ª±·½»­ò Ì®ò ïîçò(cid:201)–fi·…'•…» ¿·›– fi»‰»•“»… ·•‡•‹»… •†”–fi‡¿‹•–† ¿†… …–‰«‡»†‹› ”fi–‡ (cid:220)»(cid:190)‹–fi› fi»„¿fi…•†„ «†(cid:176)¿•…(cid:221)·¿›› (cid:223) •†“–•‰»›(cid:242) (cid:201)–fi·…'•…» •…»†‹•”•»… ¿†… ¿(cid:176)(cid:176)fi–“»… ”–fi(cid:176)¿§‡»†‹«†(cid:176)¿•… (cid:221)·¿››(cid:223) •†“–•‰»›‹–‹¿·•†„ (cid:252)º(cid:244)Ø(cid:240)(cid:231)(cid:244)ŒºØ(cid:242)(cid:240)(cid:240) ¿› –” (cid:214)«†» (cid:239)(cid:236)(cid:244) (cid:238)(cid:240)(cid:240)(cid:231)(cid:242) (cid:204)fi(cid:242) (cid:239)º(cid:238)(cid:244) (cid:201)(cid:219)¨ (cid:239)(cid:240)(cid:236)(cid:242) (cid:204)‚fi–«„‚ (cid:214)«†» Ł(cid:244) (cid:238)(cid:240)(cid:240)(cid:231)(cid:244)(cid:201)–fi·…'•…» (cid:176)¿•… (cid:252)(cid:238)(cid:244)Ø(cid:240)(cid:236)(cid:244)(cid:237)(cid:236)(cid:238)(cid:242)(cid:240)(cid:236) –” ‹‚¿‹ ¿‡–«†‹ ¿†… ‚¿› ¿‰(cid:181)†–'·»…„»… •‹› ·•¿(cid:190)•·•‹§ ”–fi ‹‚»(cid:190)¿·¿†‰»(cid:242) (cid:201)(cid:219)¨ (cid:239)(cid:240)Ø(cid:244) (cid:204)fi(cid:242) (cid:239)º(cid:238)(cid:243)(cid:239)Œ(cid:236)(cid:242) (cid:201)–fi·…'•…» •› ¿·›– fi»“•»'•†„ ‹‚» (cid:176)–››•(cid:190)·» (cid:221)·¿›› (cid:223) ›‹¿‹«›–” ¿……•‹•–†¿· «†(cid:176)¿•… “»†…–fi ‰·¿•‡› ‹–‹¿·•†„ (cid:252)ØŁ(cid:236)(cid:244)(cid:236)(cid:236)º(cid:242)(cid:240)(cid:240)(cid:242) (cid:204)fi(cid:242) (cid:239)Œ(cid:237)(cid:242)Ü»¾¬±®­Ž ´·¿¾·´·¬§ º±® Ý´¿­­ Þ ·²ª±·½»­ °¿·¼ ¾§ ɱ®´¼©·¼» ¾«¬ ²±¬ ®»·³¾«®­»¼ ¾§(cid:220)»(cid:190)‹–fi›(cid:244) (cid:176)·«› ¿……•‹•–†¿· ‰‚¿fi„»›(cid:244) ‹–‹¿·› (cid:252)(cid:239)(cid:244)Ł(cid:240)(cid:237)(cid:244)Œ(cid:239)Ł(cid:242)(cid:239)º(cid:244) '•‹‚ ”•†¿†‰» ‰‚¿fi„»› ‹‚fi–«„‚ (cid:223)(cid:176)fi•·(cid:237)(cid:240)(cid:244) (cid:238)(cid:240)(cid:240)(cid:231)(cid:229) ¿……•‹•–†¿· ”•†¿†‰» ‰‚¿fi„»› ¿‰‰fi«» ¿”‹»fi (cid:223)(cid:176)fi•· (cid:237)(cid:240)(cid:242)(cid:236) —(cid:204)(cid:209)(cid:244) j (cid:215)(cid:215)(cid:215)(cid:242) (cid:238)(cid:237)(cid:242) ɱ®´¼©·¼»Ž­ л®º»½¬»¼ Í»½«®·¬§ ײ¬»®»­¬ (cid:220)»(cid:190)‹–fi› ¿†… (cid:201)–fi·…'•…» ‚¿“» »†‹»fi»… •†‹– ¿‹ ·»¿›‹ ”–«fi ›»‰«fi•‹§ ¿„fi»»‡»†‹›(cid:244) ‹‚» ”•fi›‹·² ïçêç ¿²¼ ¬¸» ³±­¬ ®»½»²¬ ±² Ö«²» îïô îððî ø¬¸» îððî Í»½«®·¬§ ß¹®»»³»²¬Œ÷ò ÐÌÑô j ×××ò(cid:238)º(cid:242) (cid:219)¿‰‚ ›»‰«fi•‹§ ¿„fi»»‡»†‹ »†‰«‡(cid:190)»fi»… ¿·· •†“»†‹–fi§ ¿†… ›»‰«fi»… ¿·· •†…»(cid:190)‹»…†»›› –”(cid:220)»(cid:190)‹–fi› ‹– (cid:201)–fi·…'•…»(cid:242) (cid:236) (cid:212)»†…»fi› ¿„fi»»… ¿‹ ‹‚» ‹•‡» –” ‹‚» ‚»¿fi•†„ ‹– ‹‚» (cid:252)(cid:239)(cid:242)Ł ‡•··•–† ‰·¿•‡ ”–fi (cid:176)¿§‡»†‹› ‹– ‹‚»(cid:221)·¿›› (cid:222) ˚»†…–fi›(cid:242) Œ

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