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SkyLine Membership Corporation

Where big things happen

2008 Annual Meeting Report

Annual Meeting Report for 2008

Those not pictured:

Angie Sexton Diane Barr

Dustin Weaver Karen Powell

Lynn McCoy Mary Clayton

Michelle Scott Neal Tugman

Shauna Powers

SkyLine Membership Corporation

Annual Meeting Report for 2008

SkyLine Membership Corp.

Our People Make It Happen

Big things are happening and, quite simply, it's because of our employees. Without people like those in this picture, our members would not be able to enjoy the most modern telecommunications services available anywhere. They are the ones who see it coming, evaluate it, commit to it, master it and then smoothly integrate it into our lives. They're the reason why, in a quiet moment on a sunny afternoon, when you need it, from your telephone to the latest Internet applications, things work.

Performance 03 Experience 07 New Network 09 Partnerships 11 Customer Service 13 Education 15 Community 17 Commitment 19 Financials 20 Board of Directors 24

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Jimmy Blevins - Chief Executive Officer

Big Thing #1: Performance

More than meeting the challenge

RC Mitchell - President It is a pleasure to report on the accomplishments that your cooperative has enjoyed since our last report. While consumers have seen record lows in the dollar exchange and experienced record highs in fuel prices, SkyLine continues to maintain quality service at reasonable rates. Your cooperative is operated efficiently by a dedicated staff of employees, finishing the 2007 year financially sound with a net margin of $7,525,487. telephone service, FTTP will provide the highestquality HD television as well as broadband speeds many times faster than what is currently available over our copper lines or from our cable competition. Additionally, the technology is future-proof, positioning SkyLine for the more advanced services to come, including some that aren't even in development yet. While many of our members are already being served via FTTP facilities, those that aren't can be assured Digital TV service was launched to limited areas in July that we will continue our aggressive build-out of the of 2008 by our subsidiary, SkyBest Communications, new network. after many years of testing and conducting field trials of various technologies. In order to offer the best The Motorola head-end isn't the only new structure signal available, a Motorola head-end was installed at we put up this year. We also built a new warehouse the headquarters facility in West Jefferson, which facility on property adjacent to the West Jefferson provides superior quality standard-definition and high- Customer Center to house the construction and cable definition channels. splicing crews, as well as provide much-needed storage space for inventory. The Fiber-To-The-Premise (FTTP) overbuild project that was initiated a few years ago is still underway, and SkyBest Communications, the wholly-owned subsidiary I am pleased to report that over 20 percent of this of SkyLine, finished 2007 with a positive margin of enormous undertaking has been completed. As you $56,448. In addition to its recent digital TV rollout, as may recall, the purpose of this new fiber-optic network previously noted, SkyBest provides deregulated services is to provide members with a broadband connection such as long-distance, business systems and Internet of virtually unlimited capacity. In addition to crystal-clear access to SkyLine subscribers.

We are committed to serving your telecommunications needs.

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Highlights of Operations 2007 SkyLine's wireless affiliate, Carolina West Wireless (CWW), also completed its fiscal year with a positive margin and continues to experience customer growth. The newly-developed Hickory market now has in place four retail offices and more than 74 towers. CWW plans to implement EVDO (enhanced voice & data optimized) transmission in the coming year, which will allow the company to offer a number of advanced data wireless services. CWW will also introduce a new billing system. Just as the economy has seen its share of changes, the telecommunications industry is experiencing a great deal of turmoil as federal regulators struggle with how to restructure a much-needed change in the universal service program. SkyLine, along with the National Telephone Cooperative Association (NTCA) and the National Exchange Carriers Association (NECA), is working diligently to keep the federal legislators informed of rural America's telecommunications needs. The industry is facing yet another challenge with the reduction of access revenues, the amount interconnecting carriers pay to terminate a call onto local exchange carriers' network.With the downward trend in access revenues, SkyLine is continually seeking new revenue streams from advanced services. Our success is attributed in large part to the vision and guidance of our Board of Directors. Their leadership has improved the quality of life for all regions across our service area through their support of economic development initiatives, educational, cultural and charitable activities and the allocation of necessary resources to enhance the cooperative's core business. The strength of this organization is also measured by the dedication and commitment of our employees. They do more than just provide excellent telecommunication services--they are involved in the community, themselves, supporting local charities and assisting with coaching and youth mentoring programs. At SkyLine, we believe our responsibility goes beyond simply connecting telephone circuits; it is about connecting with the communities where we live and work. It is an honor to be serving as SkyLine's new Chief Executive Officer, having been selected to replace John Dixon, who retired on July 1, 2008, after serving five years in that role. By way of brief introduction: I am a native of Ashe County, graduated with an engineering degree from North Carolina State University, and I have worked at SkyLine for over 23 years. While I have spent the last several years managing various operations of the business, most of my experience has been in telecommunications technology. On behalf of R. C. Mitchell, the Board of Directors and our entire staff, let me close by saying that we are grateful to have you as a member of SkyLine Telephone Membership Corporation, and we are committed to providing you with the best possible technology and customer service.

Operating Revenues Operating Expenses Other Income/Expenses Consolidated Margin Capital Expenditures Investment in Property & Equipment Lines Serving Customers at Year End Number of Members Number of Employees at Year End $31,725,165 $26,921,414 $2,688,405 $7,482,201 $14,268,078 $148,424,246 38,840 29,709 133

2006 $30,695,648 $25,653,454 $4,733,606 $9,541,315 $10,727,603 $135,746,221 38,920 29,989 132

Net increase (decrease)

$1,029,517 $1,267,960 ($2,045,201) ($2,059,114) $3,540,475 $12,678,025 (87) (280) 1

Total Access Lines

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N.C. Telephone Cooperatives Total Access Lines

(as of 6-30-08)

39,000 38,920 38,753 38,750 38,500 38,250 38,840

Atlantic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42,594 Piedmont . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2,984 Randolph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9,574 SkyLine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36,054 Star . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17,967 Surry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14,588 Tri-County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3,488 Wilkes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11,042 Yadkin Valley . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29,602

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Big Thing #2: Experience

Steven Hardin - Business Development Manager

Delivering the Ultimate Consumer Experience

Bundling, the packaging of our key services and features at discounted prices, continues to be a valuable option for our customers. Another new service introduced in the past year for our customers is paperless billing. With this new option, you don't have to wait to receive your bill in the mail. Instead, you can receive e-mail notification when your This year's major enhancement was the addition latest SkyLine/SkyBest bill is ready. You can then of Unlimited Long-Distance to our basic package, view the bill and pay it securely online. We think you'll SelectTalk, and to our three SelectSurf Internet consider this a win-win because it's convenient for you, bundles. As existing services are enhanced and new plus it's environmentally friendly. services are developed, the flexibility of this program allows us to offer additional combinations of services that bring greater value to our customers.

By focusing on the future and receiving valuable feedback from our customers, we continue to develop innovative ways to make technology accessible, affordable and convenient.

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Greg Gibbs - Field Services Technician

Big Thing #3: New Network

Building our own future - up and out

The future of telecommunications is easy now to see, because it's already here. It's called the Triple Play: the delivery of Voice, Data and Digital Television over fiber-optic cable--speed-of-light technology with virtually unlimited signal-carrying capacity and viability far into the future. SkyLine is in the midst of an ambitious construction project that, when completed, will provide practically everyone in our service area with a direct connection to a complete fiber-optic network. This direct access, called Fiber-To-The-Premise (FTTP), will enable customers to enjoy Triple-Play services at the fastest speeds and highest quality available. Build-out of the FTTP network will be a fairly long process involving engineering, material procurement and coordination of contracted crews for installation. We have made substantial progress, however, installing and bringing the network's core equipment on line in the central offices, turning up over 60 nodes and extending operational FTTP service to several communities in Alleghany, Ashe, Avery and Watauga counties. We have also completed construction of our own head-end for reception and distribution of digital television programming, and a new stand-alone building to house it at our West Jefferson headquarters. The centerpiece of the head-end is the new Simulsat satellite dish, the industry standard for head-ends today. It measures over 30 feet in diameter and over 20 feet tall.

Susie Hoosier - Broadband Services Director

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Broadband is the driving force behind everything we do.

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Big Thing #4: Partnerships

Kim Shepherd -Customer Service Manager

Communication is how business gets done

In addition to the support we regularly give schools, hospitals and other organizations vital to our region, we also enjoy mutually beneficial business-to-business relationships with them. This year we installed a 100 megabyte Metro Ethernet connection at Shady Valley School, providing access to the Internet through every classroom. It will also make voice mail available for the first time to the entire faculty and staff. We also continued our partnership with Alleghany Memorial Hospital, supplying them with a high-speed symmetrical, fiber-fed Ethernet connection to the

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A successful relationship with a business customer, regardless of size, is based, first and foremost, on listening. It's the best way - the only way ­ to provide the right solution.

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Education Networks of America. In addition to full Internet functionality, faculty can download learning materials, including videos and complete textbooks, in record time. Sparta Elementary in Alleghany County is the next school on our list scheduled for a new Mitel 3300 ICP Voice-Over-IP phone system. The new system is state-of-the-art technology that provides telephones in

Internet. Now, when time is critical, the hospital can access the expertise of off-site radiologists by sending x-rays online for them to interpret. The service also offers enhanced connectivity to local doctors' offices so they can more efficiently serve the needs of the patients in their practices.

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Big Thing #5: Customer Service

Still the biggest thing

Shauna Powers - Customer Service Specialist The employees of SkyLine and SkyBest are, first and foremost, citizens of the communities we serve. Most of them grew up in this area, and those who come from somewhere else soon feel right at home. For all of them, customer service comes a little more naturally and sincerely when they know the work they do is for friends, neighbors and family. Like SkyLine's founders, our employees today take customer service personally. It is this traditional sense of a community connection that is fundamental to who we are as a company and how well we do our jobs.

In today's competitive world, the quality and level of understanding and communication with our customers can be no less than 100 percent.

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Big Thing #6: Education

Because knowledge is Power

When we support education and provide leadership opportunities for young people, we're investing in the future of our communities.

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Karen Powell - Public Relations Director

One of the ways we work to boost prospects for our region's economy is with ongoing support for our public schools. For the third straight year, we've awarded a total of $55,000 to the school systems in our fivecounty service area through our SkyLine Technology Education Grant Program. Once again, the funds will bring new technology to the classroom in the form of SMART Boardtm interactive white boards and associated equipment. SkyLine also contributed an additional $3,500 to each high school across the region for athletic uniforms and equipment and, among other efforts, continued its backing for a number of scholarships and unique educational opportunities for individual students. As the Mainstage Series sponsor for An Appalachian Summer Festival, SkyLine and SkyBest demonstrated

its support for both Appalachian State University and cultural arts in the region. We were also able to offer our customers discounts on tickets to any of the eleven shows scheduled for the Mainstage during the nationally recognized month-long event, including performances by such notables as Ricky Skaggs, Judy Collins, the Count Basie Orchestra, the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, Phoebe Snow and Cherish the Ladies. Even with the digital age now upon us, reading is still fundamental to education. However, a modern library should also provide its patrons with access to information through the most modern technology available, which is why, when the call went out for funds to complete expansion of the Ashe County Public Library, SkyLine stepped up as lead corporate donor. The Board of Directors contributed $50,000 to furnish and equip the new "SkyLine Teen Center," blueprinted by design students from ASU with help from the library's Teen Council.

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Big Thing #7: Community

The Community Connection

1. Ashe County Armed Forces Tribute SkyLine was a leading sponsor of this third annual event, held in August 2008 to honor both active-duty service members and veterans. Presented by the Jeffersons Rotary Club Foundation, the gathering was aired live on UNC-TV, which will show it again in late October and early November. It was also broadcast over the Labor Day weekend on the Pentagon Channel to U.S. military installations in 171 countries. In 2006, the Secretary of Defense presented SkyLine with the Freedom Award for our support of employees who serve in the National Guard and Reserve. 7. Scholarships In 2008, we awarded a total of $37,000 in college money to children of SkyLine members through the co-op's Frank James - SkyLine Scholarship. Pictured are this year's scholarship nominees. 8. American Heart Association (AHA) For many years, SkyLine has supported local efforts to benefit the AHA, providing the phone bank for the Ashe County Heart Auction and sponsoring the Alleghany Heart Auction. In 2008, SkyLine employees from Ashe County also fielded a team for the annual Heart Walk and raised over $2,000. 9. `08 FRS Youth Tour Since 1996, SkyLine has sponsored area high school juniors on this five-day experience of a lifetime, a visit to Washington, D.C., including tours of cherished national landmarks, opportunities to see government in action and programs that emphasize the vital role of telecommunications in rural communities. 10. National Institute on Cooperative Education Pictured are the students who represented SkyLine at this year's NICE conference. The five-day event, held this year at UNC-Asheville, focuses on cooperative education and leadership development for rising high school juniors and seniors. (from l to r) Lauren Linker, Samantha Kerley, Christina Cole and Justan Reavis. Justan was selected as an Alternate Youth Ambassador, which means he will attend next year's event as a junior counselor. 11. American Cancer Society Since 1995, Skyline employees have raised over $106,000 in the fight against cancer through special fundraising events, including the annual Prime Rib Dinner.

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2. Project Teamwork Our employee-led community outreach program has raised thousands of dollars to provide immediate financial assistance to area families during times of crisis. 3. SkyLine Technology Education Grants In the program's third year we presented a total of $55,000 to the public school systems in our service area to provide more classrooms with SMART Boardtm interactive white boards and associated equipment. The visual and interactive capabilities of the boards have proven highly engaging and effective. 4. Appalachian State University SkyLine's subsidiary, SkyBest Communications, Inc., is the official telecommunications partner of ASU Athletics, and served as Mainstage Series sponsor for the university's highly regarded annual celebration of culture, art and our region. 5. Ashe County Public Library SkyLine was the leading corporate donor to the library's expansion project, contributing $50,000 to the Furnishings and Equipment Fund for the SkyLine Teen Center. The expansion is scheduled to be completed in 2009. 6. Recycling Each year we partner with our area's public schools to promote the benefits of recycling by enlisting their help in collecting outdated phone directories; in return, we make a financial donation ($66,000 to date) which the schools use for a variety of purposes, from purchasing library books and classroom supplies to campus beautification.

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Big Thing #8: Commitment

Service and dedication

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John Dixon 34 Years of Service John retired as Chief Executive Officer on July 1, 2008. We thank him for his dedication to the cooperative and its members throughout his years of service, for the many contributions he has made in every position he has held and for his vision and leadership, especially during his tenure as CEO. John leaves SkyLine a better place, as is true with all of our retirees.We deeply appreciate their time with us and offer our best wishes for many long and happy years in this new phase of their lives.

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5 Years Service:

4) Michael Lewis 5) Justin Dalton 6) Holly Beard 09/17 09/24 09/24

10 Years Service:

10) Kim Shepherd 11) Joey Burgess 12) Tommy Sturgill 13) Adam Johnson 14) Eric Holt 01/01 03/23 03/30 05/18 05/18 15) Tom Edwards 16) Bill Brock 17) Mike Miller 18) Diane Barr 19) Nancy Lewis 05/26 06/15 06/15 07/16 08/01 20) Tracy Critcher 21) Joe Taylor 22) Tim Miller 08/14 11/16 12/29

15 Years Service:

23) Shelby Waddell 09/27 24) Ronda Roten 11/22

20 Years Service:

25) Ray Ward 01/05 Director

25 Years Service:

26) I.S. Cooper 04/05 Director

35 Years Service:

27) Lynn McCoy 09/19

Retirees Donnie Howell · Gary Murphy · Sharon Hennis · Nancy Goodman · John Dixon

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SkyLine Membership Corporation Consolidated Balance Sheet Year Ended December 31, 2007

SkyLine Membership Corporation Consolidated Statement of Revenues and Expenses Year Ended December 31, 2007

Current assets: Cash and temporary investments Accounts receivable (less allowances) Investment in debt and equity securities Materials and supplies Deferred income taxes Prepayments and deferred charges Total current assets Non-Current Assets: Investment in debt and equity securities Goodwill Equity investment Other investments (net) Notes receivable Prepaid post retirement benefits Total Non-Current Assets Property and Equipment: Telecommunications plant in service Telecommunications plant under construction Non-operating plant Total Property and Equipment Less, Accumulated Depreciation Net property and equipment Total Assets: LIABILITIES & CAPITALIZATION Current Liabilities: Accounts payable and customer deposits Advance billings and payments Current maturities on long-term debt Accrued liabilities Total current liabilities Non-Current Liabilities: Long-term debt, less current maturities Deferred compensation Postretirement benefits Deferred income taxes Total Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities: Capitalization: Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss) Patronage capital Total capitalization Total Liabilities and Capitalization:

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4,084,058 3,686,449 9,043,876 2,379,108 6,472 463,568 19,663,531 6,564,868 576,000 11,469,232 2,001,213 3,059,548 0 23,670,861 144,971,977 3,392,733 59,536 148,424,246 92,139,395 56,284,851

Operating Revenues: Basic local network service Network access and long-distance revenue Internet and other sales and services Other Less uncollectible Total Operating Revenues Operating Expenses: Plant specific operations Plant non-specific operations Depreciation and amortization Customer operations Corporate operations Total Operating Expenses Operating Income: Non-Operating Income (Expenses): Investment income Allowance for funds used in construction Earnings from equity investments (net) Gain on sale of investment Realized gain (loss) on sale of securities available for sale Interest expense Total Non-Operating Income Net margins before income taxes Federal and state income taxes (benefits) Net Margins for the Year

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9,510,030 11,147,815 9,238,131 1,915,283 (86,094) 31,725,165 5,092,240 2,465,828 9,132,813 3,995,112 6,235,421 26,921,414 4,803,751 1,025,171 141,098 1,548,947 0 109,221 (136,032) 2,688,405 7,492,156 9,955

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99,619,243

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2,130,155 1,493,787 718,997 1,880,709 6,223,648 3,363,013 838,716 2,123,712 437,899 6,763,340 12,986,988 (4,917,587) 91,549,842 86,632,255

Depreciation $9,132,813 26.37% Interest on Debt $136,032 0.39%

How our dollars are spent

Member Ownership $7,482,201 21.60%

How our dollars are received

Other Sales & Service Income $9,238,131 26.67% Toll/Access $11,147,815 32,19%

Non-Operating Revenue $2,824,437 8.15% Maintenance $7,558,068 21.82% Uncollectible Revenue $86,094 0.25% Customer/Corporate Operations $10,230,533 29.54% Federal & State Taxes $9,955 0.03%

Miscellaneous $1,915,283 5.53%

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99,619,243

Local Service $9,510,030 27.46%

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SkyBest Communications, Inc. Balance Sheet Year Ended December 31, 2007

SkyBest Communications, Inc. Statement of Revenues and Expenses Year Ended December 31, 2007

Current assets: Cash Accounts receivable parent company Other accounts receivable Prepayments and deferred charges Deferred income taxes Total Current Assets Non-Current assets: Equity investment Parent company capital credits receivable Total Non-Current Assets Property and equipment: Telecommunications plant in service Telecommunications plant under construction Total property and equipment Less, Accumulated Depreciation Net Property and Equipment Total Assets: LIABILITIES & CAPITALIZATION Current Liabilities: Accounts payable and customer deposits Accounts payable parent company Current maturities on long-term debt Accrued liabilities Total Current Liabilities Non-Current Liabilities: Long-term debt, less current maturities Deferred income taxes Total Non-Current Liabilities Total Liabilities: Capitalization: Capital stock Additional paid-in capital Retained earnings Total Capitalization Total Liabilities and Capitalization:

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183,489 45,793 1,793 2,281 6,472 239,828 161,554 912,566 1,074,120 5,771,501 153,915 5,925,416 1,535,407 4,390,009

Operating Revenues: Basic local network service Network access and long-distance revenue Internet revenue Other revenue Less uncollectible Total Operating Revenues Operating Expenses: Plant specific operations Plant non-specific operations Depreciation and amortization Customer operations Corporate operations Total Operating Expenses Operating Income (Loss): Non-Operating Income (Expenses): Investment income Interest on long-term debt Loss from equity investment Allowance for funds used in construction Total Non-Operating Income Income before income taxes Federal and state income taxes (benefits) Net Income (Loss) for the Year

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868,145 1,877,922 7,542,965 3,194 (2,773) 10,289,453 1,706,879 3,243,841 508,968 1,562,179 2,988,159 10,010,026 279,427 6,317 (153,085) (71,322) 5,066 (213,024) 66,403 9,955

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5,703,957

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85,522 515,982 383,259 76,155 1,060,918 2,300,602 437,899 2,738,501 3,799,419 200,000 1,000,000 704,538 1,904,538

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SkyLine Membership Corporation Board of Directors

SkyLine Membership Corporation is a local, member-owned cooperative, established in 1951 to bring telephone service to rural residents of Alleghany, Ashe and Watauga counties. Today, SkyLine is the second-largest of nine telephone cooperatives in North Carolina. Through its 12-exchange network, SkyLine serves over 35,000 access lines across a five-county, 840-square-mile area in northwest North Carolina and east Tennessee. Democratically governed by a nine-member board of directors representing the membership, SkyLine employs a staff of 128 and operates customer service centers in Seven Devils, Sparta and West Jefferson. Its corporate offices are located at 1200 N.C. Highway 194 North in West Jefferson. SkyLine, along with two other North Carolina telephone membership corporations, is an owner of Carolina West Wireless, a regional wireless carrier operating in ten northwest North Carolina counties. In 1998, SkyLine established SkyBest Communications, Inc. as a wholly-owned subsidiary to assume operations of SkyLine's deregulated businesses.

Seated left to right: I.S. Cooper, Treasurer Buster Burleson,Vice-President Jimmy Blevins, Chief Executive Officer, J.L. Shumate, Assistant Secretary R.C. Mitchell, President Standing left to right: Raymond A. Parker, II, Attorney Joseph McNeil Molly Gambill D.C. Smith James L. Shepherd, Secretary Ray Ward Seated left to right: Dennis Gambill,Vice-President Joseph McNeil, Treasurer Jimmy Blevins, President Buster Burleson, Chairman Jerry Roten, Secretary Standing left to right: R.C. Mitchell, Assistant Secretary James L. Shepherd Haskell McGuire Raymond A. Parker, II, Attorney

SkyBest Communications, Inc. Board of Directors

SkyBest Communications, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SkyLine Membership Corporation. Established in 1998, SkyBest offers a variety of deregulated services including dial-up and broadband Internet, long-distance, business systems and network solutions. In its role as a competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC), SkyBest has offered dial tone service to the West Jefferson/Jefferson communities of Ashe County since 2003. Through its continuing Fiber-To-The-Premise (FTTP) network build-out, SkyBest introduced digital television services in July 2008 to limited areas served by SkyLine and SkyBest.

Today, SkyLine and SkyBest provide a wide variety of telecommunications services - from basic dial tone service to enhanced calling features like Caller ID and Voice Mail to long-distance, broadband Internet services, business systems and network solutions. More recently, the companies have begun deployment of FTTP technology to their customers, including digital television services to a limited area, with plans to continue an aggressive build-out of this new network.

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Our mission is to provide competitively priced, high-quality products and services to our customers, to meet their diverse needs. We recognize those who have an interest in our organization and we will represent them with respect and integrity in all of our actions. For our members/owners, we will be good stewards of their investment to ensure long-term financial viability. For our customers, we will strive to identify their needs and continue to develop an innovative, efficient and effective network. For our employees, we will equip them with the opportunities and tools needed to be successful in their careers. For our communities, we will be good corporate citizens and strive to enhance the quality of life in the areas we serve.

P.O. Box 759 1200 NC Hwy 194 N. West Jefferson, NC 28694

(800) 759.2226 toll free (336) 877.3111 phone (336) 877.2020 fax

www.skyline.org www.skybest.com

West Jefferson Sparta Seven Devils

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