MTP Advertising Policies
1. Event sponsorship opportunities and full-page (inside and outside cover) advertisements are limited based on availability. All Community Partners are confirmed on a first-come, firstserved basis. 2. All Community Partners will receive an electronic copy of the invoice upon receipt of the signed Community Partner Commitment Letter. 3. A list of types of companies that are not allowed to advertise/sponsor is included, but not limited to those listed in the content policies below. Community Partners must also meet all the content requirements. 4. Payments may be made by check, money order, or cashier’s check. Issue payment to Master the Possibilities, Inc.
CONTENT ON PRINTED COLLATERAL
1. All logos and camera-ready advertisements are to be submitted electronically via the
form link on Master the Possibilities’ website. The logo must be high resolution (at
least 300 dpi) and provided in either a .tiff or .png format.
2. Master the Possibilities, Inc. accepts no responsibility for any errors prepared and
approved by the advertiser.
3. Community Partner materials are accepted and published upon the representation
that the Community Partner has the right to authorize publication of all contents.
The representations do not infringe or damage a third party. This includes, but is not
limited to, use of copyrighted material or unauthorized graphics or photo images,
violation of privacy, libel, and plagiarism. Community Partner agrees to indemnify and
hold harmless the organization from any and all claims and resulting damages, loss
and expense (including attorney’s fees) arising from advertisement’s publication.
4. Advertising is subject to review and acceptance by the Master the Possibilities, Inc.
Board of Directors’ Executive Committee.
5. Ads which are incompatible with the organization’s mission, goals, and values will not
6. Types of sponsors that are NOT accepted include, but are not limited to the following:
a. Political and religious organizations
b. Pornography or related themes
c. Companies or organizations that make unsubstantiated health
or financial claims
d. Pyramid marketing organizations
e. Funeral or cremation services
f. Real estate, timeshares, or rentals
g. Gambling, lottery, weapons, and fireworks