9. DISPUTES/CHOICE OF LAW: Except as prohibited, each entrant agrees that: (1) all disputes, claims and causes of action arising out of or in connection with this Contest or any prize awarded will be resolved individually, without recourse to any form of class action, and exclusively in state or federal courts located in Boston. Massachusetts, (2) All claims, judgments and arbitration awards shall be limited to actual expenses incurred, but in no event to attorneys` fees; and (3) no punitive, incidental, special, consequential or other damages, including, but not limited to, loss of profits, may be awarded (collectively, “Special Damages”), and (4) Participant hereby waives all rights to claim special damages and all rights to multiply or increase such damages. Massachusetts law, without reference to the Massachusetts Choice of Law Rules, governs the Contest and all related matters. COVID-19 is highly contagious and there is an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 wherever people are. COVID-19 can lead to serious illness and death. Although people of all ages and health conditions have been affected by COVID-19, some people have been identified by health authorities as being at higher risk due to their age and underlying conditions. Exposure to COVID-19 may result in quarantine regulations in place. Please do your part by adhering to our health and safety rules and ensuring each other`s safety and good health. 1. General. NO PURCHASE IS REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WINNINGS.
By submitting an entry to this contest sponsored by the Boston Professional Hockey Association, Inc. (“Sponsor”), entrant acknowledges and agrees to all of these Official Rules. Invalid where prohibited. The contest begins on Thursday, April 26, 2018 and ends in determination. All hours of this contest refer to Eastern Time. By entering the Contest, entrants agree to be bound by these Official Rules and all decisions of the Sponsor, the decisions of which are in its sole discretion and binding and final. Failure to comply with these rules will result in disqualification from this contest. I rummaged through the NHL news feeds this morning, desperately looking for a topic of conversation, and the idea of changing the NHL`s rules came. 2. Eligibility.
The contest is only open to legal U.S. citizens of MA, CT, NH, RI, VT, and ME who are at least 18 years of age on April 26, 2018. Employees of Sponsor and delaware North Companies, Inc.-Boston (“DNCB”), JetBlue and their respective parents, subsidiaries and affiliates, as well as officers, directors, agents, employees, advertising and promotional agencies and their immediate family members (spouses, parents, children and siblings and their spouses) of any of the above are not eligible. The entrant must be able to participate in the Bruins away game assigned with their prize. Thus. Have it all! What changes would you make if you had a free hand with the NHL rules? TD Garden is a cash-on-pay-per-view arena that provides contactless transactions for food, beverage and merchandise purchases. Only contactless payment options, including credit card, mobile payment, TD Garden Hub app wallet, debit card, and Apple Pay, are accepted in the arena. Last but not least, it will sink your regulatory juice and save us from having to talk about bad pipelines.
Atomosary ionization modules have been installed in restaurants, offices and changing rooms to ensure the distribution of ventilation units. 5. Price. One (1) prize will be awarded for playoff take-off sweeps. The price includes two (2) tickets for an away game of the Boston Bruins, two (2) jetBlue round-trip flights to TBD Airport from Boston Logan International Airport and hotel accommodation. Flights, seats on flights and in-game seats are at the discretion of the Sponsor. The estimated value of this prize is $2,000. The odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Transportation costs other than those expressly described in the prize are the responsibility of the winner.
In the event that the Game is cancelled or postponed for any reason, sponsor reserves the right to replace or award an alternative prize of approximate value without further obligation to the winner. The prize cannot be exchanged for cash and there is no substitute. The transmission of the prize is prohibited. All taxes and other expenses, costs or fees, including parking and transportation, associated with the acceptance and/or use of the prize are the sole responsibility of the winner. The Sponsor reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to substitute a similar prize of equal or greater value. The post that mentioned that these were mostly stuffed animals and not real ideas, but it made me think about potential rule optimizations that could be made (both realistic ideas and pie ideas in the sky). Perhaps Gary Bettman and Co. read this website and took all the suggestions to heart. Hi Gary! TD Garden switched from Merv 8 to Merv 13 air filters. These filters are typically used in hospitals and clean rooms and help maintain a clean airflow throughout the TD Garden.
8. Internet. If, for any reason, the Contest cannot proceed as planned for any reason, including infection with computer viruses, bugs, alterations and unauthorized interference, fraud, technical failure or other causes beyond the control of the Sponsor that affect or impair the administration, To the security, fairness, integrity of the Game or Contest, the Sponsor reserves the right to: disqualify, in its sole discretion, any person who, in its opinion, has altered the entry process. and/or cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the Contest. In the event of a dispute over the identity of an online entrant, the prize will be awarded to the authorized account holder of the email address determined by the Sponsor in its sole discretion. With Play It Safe protocols, we have revised our operating and hygiene procedures to minimize the risk of contact and strengthen hygiene to exceed CDC best practice guidelines. In addition, we have considered all the guidelines of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and local public safety and health officials, the NHL and the NBA. We remain committed to putting the safety of our customers, staff and players first. 7. Terms and Conditions for jetBlue Air travel certificates. Each travel certificate is valid for single use by a person in accordance with the travel restrictions specified on or in connection with the certificate. All trips must be booked and completed within the specified validity periods.
In the event that a travel certificate does not contain validity dates, the certificate shall apply to booked and stolen travel booked and completed within one (1) year from the date of issue. If certain flights or departures/destinations on or in connection with the travel certificate are not specified, the certificate can only be exchanged for one-way jetBlue flights to or from jetBlue cities. (Not all jetBlue cities connect; call 1-800-JETBLUE (538-2538) for more information on connected cities.) Exchanged travel is subject to availability, blackout dates and capacity checks (flights to and from Caribbean destinations are subject to increased capacity checks), and seats may not be available on all flights. Flight schedules are subject to change without notice. The certificate is not valid for bookings on partner airlines or codeshare or interline flights or for use in connection with jetBlue Getaways package holidays, cruises or other products or services. The certificate is transferable; However, it may not be purchased, sold, exchanged, exchanged on an auction website or otherwise exchanged for value at any time without the prior written consent of JetBlue. The certificate cannot be partially exchanged, cannot be exchanged for cash and has no monetary value. Passengers are subject to and are entitled to all provisions of jetBlue`s contract of carriage.
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