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Entered on Docket October 10, 2012

Below is the Order of the Court.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 In re 13 TC GLOBAL, INC., 14 Debtor. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 ORDER AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF PREPETITION WAGES, BENEFITS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS No. 12-20253 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
__________________________________________________________________________ _________________________ Timothy W. Dore U.S. Bankruptcy Court

(Dated as of Entered on Docket date above)

THIS MATTER came before the Court upon the Emergency Motion ("Motion") for Order Authorizing Payment of Prepetition Wages, Benefits and Associated Costs filed by TC Global, Inc. (“Debtor”) dba as Tully’s Coffee, debtor-in-possession herein. The Court has reviewed the files and records herein and finds that cause exists for the requested relief. Now, therefore, it is hereby ORDERED: 1. 2. expenses: ORDER AUTHORIZING PAYMENT OF PREPETITION WAGES, BENEFITS AND ASSOCIATED COSTS – Page 1
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That the Motion is granted; That the Debtor is authorized to pay the following prepetition wages, commissions and

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Wages, salaries, sick pay, holiday pay, related benefits, and all federal, state and

local payroll-related taxes, deductions and withholdings pertaining to such payments accrued by employees of the Debtor prepetition; b. Vacation benefits related to the prepetition services which have accrued in

accordance with existing policies and practices of the Debtor and which become payable subsequent to the Petition Date on account of services rendered to the Debtor, whether prior to or after the Petition Date, provided that such benefits shall not exceed a period of four weeks for any one employee; c. Out-of-pocket business expenses, including credit card charges for company-

authorized expenses, incurred by employees of the Debtor prior to the Petition Date that would otherwise be reimbursable; d. Worker's compensation and related benefits and claims of employees of the

Debtor which arose or accrued prior to the Petition Date; and e. f. Payments to maintain the insurance coverage and benefits set forth above. No individual employee will be paid pursuant to this Order in excess of

$11,725 in prepetition earnings as allowed by 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)(4).

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Presented by: BUSH STROUT & KORNFELD LLP

By /s/ Gayle E. Bush Gayle E. Bush, WSBA #07318 Attorneys for TC Global, Inc.

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