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    Merchandising License Agreement for Event


    Grant merchandising rights to an official supplier of merchandise and products for an event with this customizable Merchandising Agreement template.

    • You can use this template for merchandising products for sporting events, music festivals and other high profile events.
    • The organizer grants the merchandiser a license to use trade marks, logos and other marks of the organizer in connection with the production and sales of merchandise. The marks must appear on all merchandise and packaging.
    • Products must comply with the quality standards set by the organizer.
    • The merchandiser cannot distribute products to third party vendors who are not acceptable to the organizer.
    • The merchandiser will pay royalties to the organizer based on sales of products.
    • The merchandiser must carry product liability insurance.
    • The merchandiser must promptly notify the organizer in the event of an infringement claim.
    • This is a generic legal form which is not country-specific, and can be used anywhere.
    • The template is available as a MS Word download and can be easily customized to fit your unique circumstances.
    Download Type: Microsoft Word
    Last Updated: 26-September-2018
    SKU: 3082
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