Advertising CONTRACT

 

We are so excited to have you on our team!

This super swanky legal doc, is what will confirm your involvement in Revolution Wedding Tours. We want to thank you in advance for being a part of this creative collaboration! While we’re at it, let’s just say congratulations, too, as you’re about to be part of an event unlike any other.

We apologize for all the legal talk here, but this contract is our way to secure your talent space at the Revolution Wedding Tour – the Wedding Show on the Go!™ Once you’re finished filling out all the details, this will be sent to our Chief Financial Officer Sean Hooper at sean@revolutionweddingtours.com. He will have two business days to countersign and shoot you an invoice to let you know you are part of the incredible team that is about to pull together a truly amazing event!

Now… to the nitty gritty…

 

THIS ADVERTISING PARTICIPATION CONTRACT is entered into effect as of the date in confirmation email by and between Scarlet Plan & Design LLC, DBA Revolution Wedding Tours, a South Carolina corporation (“Company”), and you (“Vendor”) for the Revolution Wedding Tour (“Tour”).

1. This contract is an agreement to place advertising in Revolution Wedding Tours' tour guides and/or product placement in Revolution Wedding Tours' SWAG bags. By signing this contract, the advertiser hereby agrees to the following terms:

The advertiser agrees that this contract cannot be terminated unless Revolution Wedding Tours is given written notice of at least 60 days prior to the space deadline. If a contract is terminated before the duration of the contract, the vendor forfeits 50% of their advertising fee. If ad materials are not turned at least 14 days before the deadline, we reserve the right to run a pick-up of the previous month’s ad.

2.    Investment.

Vendor will be invoiced for the full amount of Investment discussed via email between Company and Vendor. If Vendor fails to pay the invoiced amounts before the applicable Tour, Company reserves the right to prohibit Vendor’s advertising in the applicable Tour, to remove all mention of Vendor from Company’s and Tour’s website and blogs, and to terminate all of Vendor’s other rights under this Agreement. Investment.

 The deposit is non-refundable, but it may be transferred to a different event at a later date if notice is given prior to sixty days before the contracted event and if space is available for that company at the such event. A new Vendor Agreement must be completed in order to finalize transfer of deposit. If Vendor signs agreement for multiple events, a deposit will be required for each event.  

3.     Termination.    

Either party may terminate this Agreement upon the occurrence of any of the following, by giving written notice to other party, in which event this Agreement will terminate on the date set forth in such notice:

(a)             a breach by the other party of any of the monetary terms of this Agreement;  or

(b)            a breach by the other party of any of the non-monetary terms of this Agreement, which breach is not remedied by the breaching party to the non-breaching party’s satisfaction within fifteen (15) days after the breaching party has been given notice of such breach by the non-breaching party. Upon termination of this Agreement by a breach as listed above, Vendor will pay to Company all invoiced but unpaid fees and will complete form known as Vendor Withdrawal Form; or

({DB}c)      Vendor agrees that in the event that any representative of Revolution Wedding Tours determines in its discretion that it has suffered any inappropriate behavior or abuse by Vendor during the Tour planning process or on the Tour day which rises to the level of harassment (such as but not limited to physical or verbal abuse) toward Company or its agents, contractors, employees, or other Event Vendors the following steps will be taken: on the first offense: a verbal warning will be issued to Vendor; on the second offense: the offending party will be required to leave the Tour immediately forfeiting: all claim to use of post-Event photos and videos by participating photographers, 100% of their paid monetary investment, Lead List of participating guests, all credit in Post Event publications, and immediate removal of their company logo from the Event page. 

If Vendor chooses to terminate this agreement within sixty days of the Tour, Vendor will pay to Company 50% of the advertising fee. 

If Tour is postponed due to an act of God, this agreement remains intact and will transfer to the new Tour date. If Tour is cancelled or postponed due to other circumstances, Company agrees to refund Vendor any paid fees and to terminate this agreement.

4.     Independent Contractor Status.

Vendor will act as an independent contractor with respect to its participation in the Tour and performance of the Services hereunder, and not as an employee, agent or representative of Company.

5.     Proprietary Information.

Vendor acknowledges that, in connection with this Agreement, Vendor might be making use of, acquiring and adding to the Confidential Information of Company, and Vendor agrees to not use this information to harm Company. Vendor also agrees to the release of photo, video or media content to be used by Company.

6.     Non Competition.

Vendor agrees to not act as a consultant, manager, supervisor, employee, independent contractor or owner of a Competing Business for a period of two years from the date of Tour. “Competing Business” will mean a Tour that is defined as a bridal show alternative based on a traveling wedding/bridal show/tour or a "wedding show on the go" or a wedding/bridal show that makes stops at wedding venues for the purpose of doing tours. 

Heads up for pirates, would-be plagiarists and idea bandits: Just don't do it. We're an honest, ethical company with open hearts devoted to promoting small businesses and helping them succeed in the event industry. We understand that this is a super cool idea but we will pursue and prosecute those who attempt to outright copy our Business to the fullest extent of the law and will publicly expose all discovered crooks, pirates & plagiarists.

7.     Indemnification.

To the maximum extent permitted by law, Vendor will defend, indemnify and hold harmless Company, its shareholders, directors, officers, affiliates, employees and agents (collectively, the “Indemnities”), from and against any and all demands, claims, causes of action, suits, judgments, liabilities, liens, losses, damages, expenses, fines, penalties and assessments incurred or sustained by the Indemnities, or any of them, arising out of or caused by:

(i)             any personal injury, death or damage to or loss of property in any manner related to Vendor’s participation in the Tour or performance of the Services, and/or

(ii)        a breach by Vendor of any of its representations,  warranties, covenants or obligations under this Agreement. Vendor shall not be responsible for Indemnification of Company for claims arising from Company’s negligence.

8.     No Guarantees.

Although Company believes that Vendor’s participation in the Tour will lead to increased revenues for Vendor, Company cannot give any warranty or guarantee with respect thereto.

9.    Confidentiality Agreement.

It is understood and agreed to that the below identified discloser of confidential information may provide certain information that is and must be kept confidential. To ensure the protection of such information, and to preserve any confidentiality necessary under patent and/or trade secret laws, it is agreed that

(i)        The Confidential Information to be disclosed can be described as and includes:

Invention description(s), technical and business information relating to proprietary ideas and inventions, ideas, patent-able ideas, trade secrets, drawings and/or illustrations, patent searches, existing and/or contemplated products and services, research and development, production, costs, profit and margin information, finances and financial projections, customers, clients, marketing, and current or future business plans and models, regardless of whether such information is designated as “Confidential Information” at the time of its disclosure.

(ii)        The Recipient agrees not to disclose the confidential information obtained from the discloser to anyone unless required to do so by law.

(iii)        This Agreement states the entire agreement between the parties concerning the disclosure of Confidential Information. Any addition or modification to this Agreement must be made in writing and signed by the parties.

(iiii)        If any of the provisions of this Agreement are found to be unenforceable, the remainder shall be enforced as fully as possible and the unenforceable provision(s) shall be deemed modified to the limited extent required to permit enforcement of the Agreement as a whole.

WHEREFORE, the parties acknowledge that they have read and understand this Agreement and voluntarily accept the duties and obligations set forth herein.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have duly executed this Agreement effective as of the day and year in confirmation email. 

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Not required but we definitely encourage vendors to be at their venues.
Since we're super anti-booth we try to limit the number of vendor tables to only those vendor categories that really NEED them (caterers, cakes/desserts, DJ, etc).
* Business liability insurance is strongly encouraged for vendors participating in the Tour. Revolution Wedding Tours will not be held liable for damages incurred by a vendor's products and/or services.