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Fleetcor Technologies – Seventh Amendment to the Fourth Amended and Restated Receivables Purchase Agreement (February 8th, 2012)

THIS SEVENTH AMENDMENT TO FOURTH AMENDED AND RESTATED RECEIVABLES PURCHASE AGREEMENT (this Amendment), dated as of February 6, 2012, is entered into by and among the following parties:

Second Amendment to Amended and Restated Master Shelf Agreement (December 6th, 2011)

THIS SECOND AMENDMENT TO AMENDED AND RESTATED MASTER SHELF AGREEMENT (this Amendment) is made and entered into as of November 30 2011, by and among SAIA, Inc., a Delaware corporation (the Company), The Prudential Insurance Company of America and the other holders of Notes (as defined in the Agreement defined below) that are signatories hereto (together with their successors and assigns, the Noteholders).

SENIOR NOTES AMENDED AND RESTATED MASTER SHELF AGREEMENT Dated as of June 26, 2009 (June 30th, 2009)

SAIA, Inc., formerly known as SCS Transportation, Inc. (the Company), is a party with each of the parties listed in the attached Purchaser Schedule (collectively, the Purchasers) to a certain Master Shelf Agreement, dated as of September 20, 2002 (as amended, modified or supplemented to date, the Original Note Agreement), pursuant to which the Company issued to the Purchasers, and the Purchasers purchased from the Company, the Notes (as defined below). Capitalized terms used in this Preamble and not defined herein shall have the meanings assigned to them in paragraph 10.

Chattem – Contract (November 22nd, 2006)

EXHIBIT 10.2 ------------ ================================================================================ CHATTEM, INC. ------------- (a Tennessee corporation) 2% Convertible Senior Notes due 2013 SECURITIES PURCHASE AGREEMENT Dated: November 16, 2006 ================================================================================ Chattem, Inc. ------------- (a Tennessee corporation) ------------------------- $125,000,000 ------------ 2% Convertible Senior Notes due 2013 ------------------------------------ SECURITIES PU

Contract (October 31st, 2006)

PAGE ---- ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS............................................. 1 Section 1.1 Definitions............................................. 1 Section 1.2 Interpretation.......................................... 11 ARTICLE II PURCHASE AND SALE....................................... 12 Section 2.1 Purchase and Sale of Assets............................. 12 Section 2.2 Unassignable Contracts.................................. 16 Section 2.3 Assumption of Liabilities............................... 17 Section 2.4 Leased Department Agreements and Equipment Lease Agreements.............................................. 20 ARTICLE III PURCHASE PRICE.......................................... 21 Section 3.1 Purchase Price.....................

Loral Space And Communications – Contract (October 19th, 2006)

Page ---- ARTICLE 1 DEFINITIONS........................................... 1 ARTICLE 2 PURCHASE AND SALE OF SECURITIES; CLOSING.............. 10 Section 2.01. Authorization of Securities........................... 10 Section 2.02. Sale and Purchase of Series A Preferred Stock and Series B Preferred Stock.............................. 11 Section 2.03. Closing; Delivery..................................... 11 ARTICLE 3 REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES........................ 11 Section 3.01. Representations and Warranties of the Corporation..... 11 Section 3.02. Representations and Warranties of the Investors....... 18 ARTICLE 4 CONDITIONS TO OBLIGATIONS............................. 19 Section 4.01. Conditions to Each Party's Ob

Contract (October 12th, 2006)

NAME OF STOCKHOLDER SHARES - ------------------- ------ Lloyd Lynford (1) Common Stock, par value $0.01 per share: 2,464,399 shares 277,266 shares of Common Stock pledged to the Company to secure a loan, and an irrevocable proxy granted to the Company with respect to such shares, effective upon an Event of Default (as defined in the Pledge Agreement, dated as of August 7, 1998, as amended, between such Stockholder and the Company) (2) Series D Preferred Stock, par value $0.01 per share: 33 shares Jonathan Garfield (1) Common Stock, par value $0.01 per share: 1,639,047 shares 128,730 shares of Common Stock pledged to the Company to sec

John H Harland – Contract (July 10th, 2006)

PRICING LEVEL LEVERAGE RATIO APPLICABLE MARGIN APPLICABLE PERCENTAGE - ------- -------------------- ----------------- --------------------- I Less than 0.50:1:00 .350% p.a. .070% p.a. II Less than 1.00:1.00 .400% p.a. .080% p.a. but greater than or equal to 0.50:1.00 III Less than 1.50:1.00 .500% p.a. .100% p.a. but greater than or equal to 1.00:1.00 IV Less than 2.00:1.00 .625% p.a. .125% p.a. but greater than or equal to 1.50:1.00 V Less than 2.50:1.00 .750% p.a. .150% p.a. but greater than or equal to 2.00:1.0 VI Greater than or 1.00% p.a. .200% p.a. equal to 2.50:1.00

Crawford – Contract (June 5th, 2006)

EXHIBIT 10.1 SEVERANCE AGREEMENT AND RELEASE 1. This Severance Agreement and Release ("Agreement") is made between John F. Giblin ("Executive") and Crawford & Company ("Crawford"). 2. Executive's employment as Chief Financial Officer of Crawford ended effective May 2, 2006. Crawford acknowledges Executive's many valuable contributions to Crawford over his career. CONSIDERATION 3. In return for the promises and covenants made by Executive in this Agreement, Crawford will provide Executive with the following: (a) Crawford will pay to Executive the total amount of $378,196.10 (three hundred seventy-eight thousand one hundred ninety-six dollars and ten cents). This total amount will be split into bi-monthly equal monthly payments, paid to Executive over the period of 12 months (the "Severance Period") following

Contract (May 22nd, 2006)

Exhibit 10.1 COVENANT NOT TO SUE AND SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT This Covenant Not to Sue and Settlement Agreement ("the Agreement") is entered into this 16th day of May, 2006 by and between Avondale Mills, Inc. ("Avondale") and Factory Mutual Insurance Company ("Factory Mutual"). Avondale and Factory Mutual are collectively referred to herein as the "Parties" and individually as a "Party." WHEREAS, Factory Mutual issued to Avondale a policy of insurance for the period from September 1, 2004 to September 1, 2005, Policy No. JB275 ("the Policy"), which Policy insured specified property of Avondale at various locations identified in the Schedule of Locations which forms a part of the policy (referred to herein as the "insured location"), and also insured Avondale's business income loss, all under the terms, conditions, definitions, exclusions and endorsements contained in the Policy; and WHEREAS, on or about January 6

Contract (May 2nd, 2006)

BORROWER'S CREDIT RATING APPLICABLE MARGIN FOR APPLICABLE MARGIN FOR LEVEL (S&P/MOODY'S) LIBOR LOANS BASE RATE LOANS - ----- ------------------------ --------------------- --------------------- 1 A-/A3 or higher 0.45% 0.00% 2 BBB+/Baa1 0.50% 0.00% 3 BBB/Baa2 0.575% 0.00% 4 BBB-/Baa3 0.80% 0.00% 5 lower than BBB-/Baa3 1.25% 0.25%

Northern Border Partners, L.P. – Contract (April 12th, 2006)

Page ---- ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS; CONSTRUCTION.................................................................. 1 Section 1.1. Definitions........................................................................... 1 Section 1.2. Classifications of Loans and Borrowings............................................... 22 Section 1.3. Accounting Terms and Determination.................................................... 22 Section 1.4. Terms Generally....................................................................... 22 ARTICLE II AMOUNT AND TERMS OF THE COMMITMENTS........................................................ 22 Sec

Northern Border Partners, L.P. – Contract (March 31st, 2006)

Page ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS; CONSTRUCTION...................................................................1 Section 1.1. Definitions............................................................................1 Section 1.2. Classifications of Loans and Borrowings...............................................23 Section 1.3. Accounting Terms and Determination....................................................23 Section 1.4. Terms Generally.......................................................................23 ARTICLE II AMOUNT AND TERMS OF THE COMMITMENTS........................................................24 Section 2.1. General Description of Facilities.....................................................24 Section 2.2. Revolving Loans....................................

Warrior Energy Services – Contract (December 22nd, 2005)

PAGE ---- 1. AMOUNT AND TERMS OF CREDIT..................................................... 2 1.1 Credit Facilities........................................................ 2 1.2 Swap Related Reimbursement Obligations................................... 6 1.3 Prepayments.............................................................. 8 1.4 Use of Proceeds.......................................................... 12 1.5 Interest and Applicable Margins.......................................... 12 1.6 Eligible Accounts........................................................ 15 1.7 Intentionally Omitted.................................................... 18 1.8 Cash Management Systems.................................................. 18

Contract (December 21st, 2005)

PAGE 1. Demise of Premises..................................................................................... 1 2. Title and Condition.................................................................................... 2 3. Use of Premises........................................................................................ 2 4. Term................................................................................................... 2 5. Rent................................................................................................... 3 6. Net Lease; Non-Terminability........................................................................... 3 7. Taxes and Assessments; Compliance with Law; Environmental Matters...................................... 5 8. Indemnification...............................

Group Division Occupany Load Type Construction # Units Comment - ----- -------- ------------- ----------------- ------- ------- B 2145 I-B 0 Bldg A. 0 0 Group Division Occupany Load Type Construction # Units Comment - ----- -------- ------------- ----------------- ------- ------- B 2107 I-B 0 BLDG B 0 0 Group Division Occupany Load Type Construction # Units Comment - ----- -------- ------------- ----------------- ------- ------- B 1752 L-B 0 Bldg C 0 0 Group Division Occupany Load Type Construction # Units Comment - ----- -------- ------------- ----------------- ------- ------- B 3093 I-B 0 BL (December 16th, 2005)

PAGE 1. Demise of Premises.......................................................................................1 2. Title and Condition......................................................................................2 3. Use of Premises..........................................................................................2 4. Term.....................................................................................................2 5. Rent.....................................................................................................3 6. Net Lease; Non-Terminability.............................................................................3 7. Taxes and Assessments; Compliance with Law; Environmental Matters........................................5 8. Indemnification.........................................

Contract (November 14th, 2005)

EXHIBIT 10.1 INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT INDEMNIFICATION AGREEMENT, made and executed effective as of the 11th day of November, 2005, by and between CARMIKE CINEMAS, INC., a Delaware corporation (the "Company"), and JAMES J. GAFFNEY, an individual resident of the State of California (the "Indemnitee"). WHEREAS, the Company is aware that, in order to induce highly competent persons to serve the Company as directors or officers or in other capacities, the Company must provide such persons with adequate protection through insurance and indemnification against inordinate risks of claims and actions against them arising out of their service to and activities on behalf of the Company; WHEREAS, the Company recognizes that the increasing difficulty in obtaining directors' and officers' liability insurance, the increases in the cost of such insurance and the general reductions in the coverage of such insurance have increased the difficulty of attract

Contract (October 18th, 2005)

EXHIBIT 10.3 EXECUTION COPY AMENDED AND RESTATED EMPLOYMENT AND CHANGE IN CONTROL AGREEMENT THIS AMENDED AND RESTATED EMPLOYMENT AND CHANGE IN CONTROL AGREEMENT (the "Agreement"), is made and entered into as of this 17th day of October, 2005, by and among CHRISTOPHER J. PAPA (the "Executive"), and POST PROPERTIES, INC., a Georgia corporation ("Post"), POST APARTMENT HOMES, L.P., a Georgia limited partnership ("Post Apartment Homes"), and POST SERVICES, INC., a Georgia corporation ("Post Services", and together with Post and Post Apartment Homes, the "Post Parties"). REASONS FOR THIS AGREEMENT. The Post Parties have identified Executive as an individual with significant skills and experience critical to the business of the Post Parties. In view of the significant and growing demand for executive talent and the need to ensure continuity of Post's senior man

Contract (October 18th, 2005)

EXHIBIT 10.2 EXECUTION COPY EMPLOYMENT AND CHANGE IN CONTROL AGREEMENT THIS EMPLOYMENT AND CHANGE IN CONTROL AGREEMENT (the "Agreement"), is made and entered into as of this 17th day of October, 2005, by and among SHERRY W. COHEN (the "Executive"), and POST PROPERTIES, INC., a Georgia corporation ("Post"), POST APARTMENT HOMES, L.P., a Georgia limited partnership ("Post Apartment Homes"), and POST SERVICES, INC., a Georgia corporation ("Post Services", and together with Post and Post Apartment Homes, the "Post Parties"). REASONS FOR THIS AGREEMENT. The Post Parties have identified Executive as an individual with significant skills and experience critical to the business of the Post Parties. In view of the significant and growing demand for executive talent and the need to ensure continuity of Post's senior management team, the Post Parties desire to provide Executive through this Agree

Crawford – Contract (October 5th, 2005)
Iwo Holdings Inc – Contract (September 1st, 2005)

EXHIBIT 10.1 ------------ ================================================================================ AGREEMENT AND PLAN OF MERGER AMONG SPRINT NEXTEL CORPORATION, ITALY ACQUISITION CORP. AND IWO HOLDINGS, INC. DATED AS OF AUGUST 29, 2005 ================================================================================ TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE ---- ARTICLE I THE MERGER...........................................................2 SECTION 1.1. THE MERGER.....................................

Concurrent Computer Corporation – Contract (August 25th, 2005)

Exhibit 10.1 EXECUTION COPY ================================================================================ AGREEMENT AND PLAN OF MERGER BY AND AMONG CONCURRENT COMPUTER CORPORATION (THE PURCHASER), STREAM ACQUISITION, INC. (NEWCO), EVERSTREAM HOLDINGS, INC. (THE COMPANY) CERTAIN SELLING SHAREHOLDERS OF THE COMPANY (THE SELLERS) AS OF AUGUST 19, 2005 ================================================================================

Heico Corporation – Contract (August 8th, 2005)

EXHIBIT 10.1 AMENDED AND RESTATED REVOLVING CREDIT AGREEMENT dated as of August 4, 2005 among HEICO CORPORATION, as Borrower THE LENDERS FROM TIME TO TIME PARTY HERETO and SUNTRUST BANK, as Administrative Agent, WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION as Syndication Agent, and HSBC BANK USA, as Documentation Agent ---------- SUNTRUST CAPITAL MARKETS, INC., as Lead Arranger and Book Manager TABLE OF CONTENTS

Torch Offshore Inc – Contract (June 20th, 2005)
Global Signal Inc – Master Lease and Sublease (May 27th, 2005)
OMNI Energy Services Corp. – Contract (May 24th, 2005)
Northern Border Partners, L.P. – Contract (May 20th, 2005)

Page ---- ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS; CONSTRUCTION...................................... 1 Section 1.1. Definitions.......................................... 1 Section 1.2. Classifications of Loans and Borrowings.............. 19 Section 1.3. Accounting Terms and Determination................... 20 Section 1.4. Terms Generally...................................... 20 ARTICLE II AMOUNT AND TERMS OF THE COMMITMENTS........................... 20 Section 2.1. General Description of Facilities.................... 20 Section 2.2. Revolving Loans...................................... 21 Section 2.3. Procedure for Revolving Borrowings................... 21 Section 2.4. Swingline Commitment................................. 21 Section 2.5. Funding of Borrowin

Northern Border Pipeline Co – Contract (May 20th, 2005)

Page ---- ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS; CONSTRUCTION.................................. 1 Section 1.1. Definitions........................................... 1 Section 1.2. Classifications of Loans and Borrowings............... 18 Section 1.3. Accounting Terms and Determination.................... 18 Section 1.4. Terms Generally....................................... 19 ARTICLE II AMOUNT AND TERMS OF THE COMMITMENTS........................ 19 Section 2.1. General Description of Facilities..................... 19 Section 2.2. Revolving Loans....................................... 20 Section 2.3. Procedure for Revolving Borrowings.................... 20 Section 2.4. Swingline Commitment.................................. 20 Section 2.5. Funding of Borrowings..

Contract (May 18th, 2005)

PAGE ---- ARTICLE I. DEFINITIONS......................................................... 1 SECTION 1.1..... Certain Definitions......................................... 1 ARTICLE II. THE MERGER......................................................... 7 SECTION 2.1. The Merger.................................................. 7 SECTION 2.2. Effective Time; Closing..................................... 7 SECTION 2.3. Effect of the Merger........................................ 7 SECTION 2.4. Conversion of Company Common Stock.......................... 7 SECTION 2.5. Surrender of Shares of Company Common Stock; Stock Transfer Books....................................................... 8 SECTION 2.6. Company Stock Awards......................

Torch Offshore Inc – Contract (April 8th, 2005)
Genesis Energy, L.P. – Contract (April 7th, 2005)

PURCHASE AND SALE AGREEMENT FOR INTEREST IN T & P SYNGAS SUPPLY COMPANY AMONG TCHI INC., GENESIS SYNGAS INVESTMENTS, L.P. AND GENESIS ENERGY, L.P. Dated February 3, 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page PART One SUBJECT MATTER, DEFINITIONS AND RULES OF CONSTRUCTION................1 1.1 Subject Matter.................................................1 1.2 Defined Terms..................................................1 1.3 Other Definitions..............................................5 1.4 Rules of Construction..........................................6 PART Two PUR

Duke Energy Florida, Llc. – Contract (April 1st, 2005)
Contract (April 1st, 2005)

EXHIBIT 10 [EXECUTION VERSION] - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TXU ENERGY COMPANY LLC TXU ELECTRIC DELIVERY COMPANY, AS BORROWERS ------------------------------------------ AMENDED AND RESTATED REVOLVING CREDIT AGREEMENT Dated as of March 31, 2005 ------------------------------------------ JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A. AS ADMINISTRATIVE AGENT JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., CITIBANK, N.A., WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, BANK OF AMERICA N.A., CALYON NEW YORK BRANCH,

Duke Energy Florida, Llc. – Contract (April 1st, 2005)
North Amer Galv & Coatings – Contract (March 2nd, 2005)

EXHIBIT 10.1 ------------ EXECUTION COPY ASSET PURCHASE AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN NAGALV - OHIO, INC. AND GREGORY INDUSTRIES, INC. DATED AS OF FEBRUARY 28, 2005 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ---- ARTICLE I DEFINITIONS......................................................... 9 Section 1.1. Definitions............................................... 9 Section 1.2. Other Definitions.....................................