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ANN Sponsorship Contract/Obligations

  1. All advertising is subject to publisher approval. The publisher reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertising for any reason at any time.
  2. The publisher reserves the right to hold the advertiser/agency jointly and severally liable for such moneys as are due & payable to publisher.
  3. First time advertisers must prepay each ad until credit is established.
  4. Invoices are due upon receipt at the offices of Aero-News Network in Green Cove Springs, FL. If payment is not received within thirty days of invoice date, a delinquency charge at the rate of 1.5% per month on the outstanding balance will be assessed. Should collection efforts on the part of publisher become necessary, advertiser/agency will be responsible for all court costs and attorney's fees incurred in the collection of said balance. Advertisers/agencies with outstanding balances over 30 days will not be permitted to run space and are subject to cancellation of contract and short-rate adjustment at publisher's discretion.
  5. The publisher's liability is limited only to the direct cost of the advertisement and not for indirect or subsequent damages due to loss of business or profit.
  6. All advertisements are accepted and published by the publisher upon the representation that the advertiser/agency is authorized to publish the entire contents and subject matter thereof. It is understood that the advertiser/agency will indemnify and save the publisher harmless from or against any loss or expense arising out of publication of such advertisements, including, without limitation, those resulting from claims of suits of libel, violation of rights of privacy, plagiarism, and copyright infringement. It is further understood that acceptance and publication of an advertisement by publisher is not in any way an endorsement of the product(s) or service(s) contained therein.
  7. Any and all litigation involving publisher will be subject to the parameters and covenants of the laws of Florida. Any such matter will be litigated under the jurisdiction of the court system in Clay County, Florida.
  8. All advertising orders accepted subject to the terms and provisions of the current rate card. Orders are accepted subject to change in rates upon notice from the publisher. However, contracts may be canceled at the time a change in rates becomes elective without incurring a short-rate adjustment, provided the contract rate has been earned up to the date of cancellation.
  9. No conditions, printed or otherwise, appearing on the contract order or copy instructions which conflict with the publisher's policies will be binding on the publisher.
  10. Contracts or orders must be bona fide and must specify a definite schedule of insertions, issues, and sizes of space.
  11. When change of copy is not received by the closing date, copy run in previous session will be inserted. The publisher assumes no liability for copy not received by the published deadline date.
  12. The advertiser will be credited in accordance with the lowest rate earned by exceeding the number of insertions or amount of space called for in the contract.
  13. Rates and conditions are subject to change without notice.
  14. "Till forbid" or "TFN" orders do not hold rate.
  15. An order holds a rate for space and issues it specifies.
  16. Acceptance of advertising for any product or service is subject to investigation of the product or service, and of the claims made for it upon its package, labels, and accompanying material, and in the advertisement submitted for publication.
  17. Orders and schedules are accepted for the advertising of a specific product, or line of products only. These orders/schedules may not be diverted to other products or to subsidiary companies without publisher  consent.
  18. The publisher reserves the right to limit the size of space to be occupied by an advertisement.
  19. The word "advertisement" will be placed with copy, which in the publisher's opinion, resembles editorial matter. Publisher reserves the  right to insert the word "advertisement" above or below any copy.
  20. The publisher reserves the right to make an additional charge for advertisements containing difficult composition.
  21. Publisher is not liable for delays in delivery and/or non-delivery in the event of Act of God, action by any governmental or quasi~governmental entity, fire, flood, insurrection, riot, explosion, embargo, strikes whether legal or illegal, labor or material shortage, transportation interruption of any kind, work slow-down, or any condition beyond the control of publisher affecting production or delivery in any manner.
  22. The publisher assumes no liability if it becomes necessary to omit an advertisement, for errors in the index to advertisers, or for errors or omissions in any advertising.
  23. The publisher reserves the right to give better position than specified in the order, at no increase in rate.
FMI: publisher@aero-news.net

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