We are excited to announce our new Referral Program! We wanted to find a way to encourage…and reward…our friends and partners that help bring more people to our classes. If you would like to be a part of the program, please follow these easy steps:
- Read and sign the agreement below.
- We will email you a unique code that you will give to potential participants (not only does this code give you credit for the referral, it also gives the participant $5 off of each regular priced ticket).
- We will also send you a flyer that has your code that you can print and give out to potential participants. Feel free to be creative in how you share your code with others (social media, cards, flyers, etc…)
- Finally, wait for the $$ to roll in! We will pay commissions on the 15th of each month.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING.
This Referral Partner Agreement (“Agreement”) is made and entered into as of the date signed below (“Effective Date”) by and between the person named below (“Partner”) and It’s For Charity! LLC (“Company”). The Agreement shall govern the Referral Partner Program (“Program”) and the responsibilities of and relationship between Company and Partner.
- Definition of the Referral Partner Program
The Program is designed and intended to encourage and reward those that would be interested in helping to increase ticket sales for Company. Partner will refer potential customers to purchase tickets to Company’s events. In return, Partner will receive a commission for tickets purchased.
Company will pay Partner $40 for every ten (10) tickets sold each month.
Partner will be given a “Redemption Code” (Code) that must be entered into the ticket platform (currently Eventbrite) by the customer at the time of the purchase of tickets.
The number of tickets sold will be determined by counting tickets bought using the Partner’s Code during a calendar month. The number of tickets sold will be counted on the 5th day of each month for the previous month.
- Time of Payment
Company will pay Partner’s commission on the 15th day of the month. The preferred method of payment is Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) through Zelle. However, if Partner does not have a bank account that uses Zelle, a check will be printed and delivered to Partner.
- Partner Obligations and Responsibilities
Partner may use any legal and ethical means to help promote Company’s events and sell tickets. This includes, but not limited to: word of mouth, flyers, social media, etc.
Partner may not mis-represent Company and/or Company’s events or business in any way.
Partner is responsible to ensure that any material (printed or digital) used to promote an event is not protected by any copyright or other restriction that could prevent its use in marketing and advertising. Any material (printed or digital) used to promote Company’s events must be approved by company.
- Company Obligations and Responsibilities
Company may provide material to help promote events. However, Company is not under any requirement to provide any material and does so at their convenience.
Company will ensure that all current events are announced on the ticket platform.
Company and Partner shall not solicit the other’s employees, independent contractors or partners or engage them in any work independent the parties’ relationship under this Agreement during the term of the Agreement.
Unless otherwise stated in this Agreement or agreed by the parties in writing, Company and Partner will not engage in any activity that would directly compete with any revenue producing activity of the other party during the term of the Agreement and for one (1) year thereafter.
- Confidential Information
Partner and Company may share information that is confidential and/or proprietary. This information may be trade secrets, plans for events, techniques for delivering events or services, or any other information that the party may consider damaging or prevent them from providing services or conducting events. This information should be identified as “Confidential” when it is shared.
All Confidential Information disclosed under this Agreement shall be and remain the property of the disclosing party and nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed as granting or conferring any rights to such confidential information on the other party.
Both parties will protect any divulged confidential information with the same levels of security as their own confidential information during the term of the Agreement and for one (1) year thereafter.
Unless changed in writing, the relationship between the parties is considered Partner/Company and should in no way be considered as employment or any other binding relationship that would imply compensation or benefits.
As required by law, Company will provide Partner with a form 1099. Partner is required to pay any local, state and/or federal taxes. Company WILL NOT withhold any taxes, workers compensation, insurance or any other form of withholding.
- Term and Termination
Either party may terminate this Agreement for any reason upon giving written notice to the other.
- Governing Law; Jurisdiction
This Agreement shall be interpreted and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas, without regard to any conflict of laws principles. Each party hereby irrevocably consents to the exclusive jurisdiction of the State and Federal courts sitting in Collin County, Texas for the purpose of hearing and deciding any and all disputes, claims and controversies arising out of and relating to this Agreement.