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Any Convention Ticket holder is admitted on condition, and by use of this ticket agrees that:
A: this ticket constitutes a revocable license to enter the facility and observe the event for which this ticket grants admission ("Event");
B: the holder is allowed to transmit or aid in transmitting any information about the Event, including but not limited to, any picture, video, audio, or reproduction concerning the Event (including pre and post Event activities); however,
C: the NC State Florists Association will retain exclusive ownership of all copyrights and other proprietary rights to the Event and Event Information and/or including all items described in item B above. The NC State Florists Association is not responsible for any monetary compensation either direct or indirect involving pictures and/or video content that is recorded at said event(s), unless directly contracted with the approval of the NCSFA Executive Board.
D: the holder grants unrestricted rights to use the holder's likeness incidental to any broadcast, telecast, photograph taken, or other transmission or reproduction in connection with the Event or otherwise to the participating artists, promoters of the Event, and all entities affiliated with the Event, or their respective agents.
E: the holder holds harmless and discharges the sponsoring association from any and all actions, claims and demands which might arise out of an accident, casualty, or occurrence during said convention.
You must be a member of the association to sign-up for the Convention competitions.
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Controlling your personal information:
We will not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission or are required by law. We may use your personal information to send you promotional information about third parties which we think you may find interesting if you tell us that you wish this to happen.
You may request details of personal information which we hold about you under the Data Protection Act 1998. A small fee will be payable. If you would like a copy of the information held on you please write to support(at)ncfloristassociation.com and we will reply with the process.
If you believe that any information we are holding on you is incorrect or incomplete, please write to or email us as soon as possible, at the above address. We will promptly correct any information found to be incorrect. Association members are responsible for keeping their member details (address, email, phone, etc.) up to date to ensure you receive any news of upcoming association events, by-law changes, fee updates, etc.
** Current version April 2018 **
North Carolina State Florists Association, Inc.
Membership Transaction Terms and Conditions
This General Terms and Conditions of membership is a legal Agreement between you/your organization (“You/Your”), and the North Carolina State Florists Association, Inc., a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) corporation (NCSFA) which sets forth the terms and conditions of membership. You understand that the rights of membership, including the right to identify membership, begin only when You have been notified that your application for membership has been accepted.
1.1 NCSFA: North Carolina State Florists Association, Inc.
1.2 Commitment Period: The term you are committing to remain a member of NCSFA from the Start Date of to the commitment period end date of (day of approval + 365 days) (subject to extension if your membership is suspended due to renewal non-payment).
2.1 By submitting this Membership Application Form the member agrees to comply with these Terms and Conditions and NCSFA’s By-Laws. (current copy available on website)
2.2 You will only be granted access to all the Association’s benefits and website member areas provided your membership is current and fully paid or if you have made payment arrangements acceptable to NCSFA’s current executive board.
3. Membership Categories:
3.1 NCSFA offers two different types of membership which are set out on the printable or online membership application form. Your choice of membership on joining will determine the amount you pay and any voting restrictions that may apply as per section 1.2 below.
3.2 ACTIVE members acquire one (1) vote at members’ legal meetings. ASSOCIATE members may attend these legal meetings but retain NO voting rights.
4. Duration and Payments:
When you join NCSFA you are agreeing to remain a member for the Commitment Period. If you pay for your membership using the online form, the payment method (credit card) that you used will automatically be charged (3 days before) the Commitment Period end date at the stated rate applicable to your membership type. You may choose to deselect the recurring payment option when joining, but it will be your responsibility for renewing your membership at least 5 days before your membership is due to expire. Renewal payments made up to 30 days after the commitment period will incur a $10 late-fee and any late renewals will abide by the initial commitment period term.
5. Termination of Membership:
5.1 Termination by NCSFA
We may terminate this agreement in the following circumstances:
(a) if you commit a serious or repeated breach of this agreement and/or NCSFA’s by-laws, if capable of remedy, is not remedied within 7 days of receipt of a default notice;
(b) If any part of your membership fee remains unpaid 30 days after its due date for renewal, or
(c) If you provide us with details which you know to be false when applying for membership and the false declaration would have reasonably affected our decision to grant you membership.
If we terminate for any of these reasons, we reserve the right to retain a proportion of the money paid under this agreement, to cover any reasonable costs incurred.
5.2 Termination by You
You may terminate this agreement in the following circumstances:
(a) You can give notice to terminate at any point during the Commitment Period but this cannot end your membership before the end of the Commitment Period.
(b) You choose to deselect the recurring payment method and fail to renew your membership within the 30 day late renewal period. If you wish to renew your membership after this 30 day late renewal period, your application will have to be reviewed again by the Executive board and will incur a $20 reinstatement fee along with the set membership category cost of joining.
6. NCSFA By-Laws:
NCSFA may amend the by-laws from time to time in order to ensure the overall longevity of the Association. Temporary amendments (if any) will be displayed on the website. Permanent changes to the by-laws will only be made after a full vote and at will include an online notice at least 30 days prior to inclusion.
Policy Current – April 2018