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A Corporate Club is a [[club]] that was started for the employees of a company.  Some corporate clubs are "closed", which means that they do not allow non-employee [[member]]s.  Other corporate clubs are "open", which means they allow [[member]]s from the general community.  See ''How to Build a Club'',
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A Corporate Club is a [[club]] that was started for the employees of a company.  Some corporate clubs are "closed", which means that they do not allow non-employee [[member]]s.  Other corporate clubs are "open", which means they allow [[member]]s from the general community.  See ''How to Build a Toastmasters Club'' (item 121).

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A Corporate Club is a club that was started for the employees of a company. Some corporate clubs are "closed", which means that they do not allow non-employee members. Other corporate clubs are "open", which means they allow members from the general community. See How to Build a Toastmasters Club (item 121).