Official Rules

Jr. NBA Skills Challenge presented by Verizon Official Rules

No Purchase Necessary To Enter or Win.

Void Where Prohibited By Law.

 

PROMOTION OVERVIEW AND DATES: Jr. NBA Skills Challenge presented by Verizon (Program) will consist of three (3) Phases: 1) Local Competitions which will take place between, October 23, 2017 – February 25, 2018; 2) Regional Competitions which will take place between March 3, 2018 – April 29, 2018; and 3) National Finals which will take place between June 20, 2018 – June 22, 2018.

ELIGIBILITY: The Program is open to legal residents of the (50) United States and the District of Columbia who are ages 13 and under as of August 31, 2018 (Contestant or Participant). For the purpose of clarity, Participants must be born between September 1, 2004 and August 31, 2006 to participate in the 13 and under age group; and to participate in the 11 and under age group, Participants must be born on or after September 1, 2006.  Minor entrants must have parent/legal guardian’s permission to enter. Employees, officers, directors, representatives and agents of NBA Properties, Inc. (Sponsor), NBA Media Ventures, LLC, the National Basketball Association (NBA) and its member teams, Verizon Wireless, and each of their respective parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates, governors, owners, distributors, retailers, agents, assignees, and advertising/promotion agencies (collectively, Released Parties) and the immediate family members (parents, spouses, siblings, children and their respective spouses, regardless of where they reside) and/or those living in the same household of any such individual, whether or not related, are not eligible to enter or win. This Program is subject to all applicable federal, provincial/territorial and local laws and regulations. Void where prohibited by law.

PROGRAM IMPORTANT NOTE: By entering the Program, each Contestant (and his/her parent or legal guardian) represents that he/she is in good physical condition and that he/she has the physical capacity to participate in the Program and understands and accepts all risks associated with participation in the Program. Each Contestant also expressly acknowledges his/her understanding that the Program can be dangerous and can involve the risk of serious physical injury. Each Contestant represents that he/she is participating in the Program voluntarily, with full knowledge of the potential risks entailed and he/she is expressly, knowingly and voluntarily assuming the risk of any and all physical injury associated with or caused by his/her participating in the Program, evidenced by the signing a waiver by his/her guardian.

PHASE 1-LOCAL COMPETITIONS: To participate in Phase 1 of the Program, while at one of the participating Jr. NBA Phase 1 Skills Challenge (each, an Phase 1 Event) (visit www.JrNBA.com/Skillschallenge for Phase 1 Event times/locations) between October 23, 2017 and February 25, 2018, eligible Contestants parent/legal guardian will be able to register for the Phase 1 Event on a first-come, first-served basis in-person. Sponsor does not guarantee that every eligible individual who wishes to participate in the Phase 1 Event will be able to do so. Boys and Girls will compete separately in four (4) different age and gender groups: Group 1: Boys Ages 12-13, Group 2: Girls Ages 12-13, Group 3: Boys 11 and under, Group 4: Girls 11 and under.

Each Contestant will participate in the Phase 1 Event, in the manner and according to the rules, procedures and conditions specified by Sponsor in its sole discretion. All details regarding the mechanics and other rules, procedures and conditions for participation in the Phase 1 Event will be determined by Sponsor (in its sole discretion) and will be provided immediately prior to the start of the applicable Phase 1 Event. All judging for the Program Phase 1 Event, will be done onsite.

Contestants can sign up for only one Phase 1 Event. Any disputes (including but not limited to eligibility, event rules, event clock malfunctions, etc.) will be resolved by the Sponsor (or the supervising staff designated by Sponsor for the Program), whose decisions shall be final, conclusive and binding. All Contestants must complete the Phase 1 Event in the sequence presented by Sponsor. Only basketball(s) in the designated area that are provided by Sponsor will be used for the Event. Contestants will be disqualified if he/she has any of the following: 1) All skills are not followed in sequential order provided, or 2) Contestant competes in more than one local event.

LOCAL JR. NBA SKILL CHALLENGE DETAILS AND SCORING: At each Event, each age and gender group outlined above will participate in the Phase 1 Event as follows: Contestants begin with one basketball in hand and both feet behind and to the right of the designated starting cone. Contestants on cue, will proceed to dribble from the start line to: 1) ZIG-ZAG DRIBBLE Using the ball in-hand zig-zag dribble through the cones as instructed by the onsite representative; 2) SPEED DRIBBLE Using the ball in-hand the Contestant will dribble from the designated spot to the designated cone as instructed by the onsite representative; 3) SHOOT, REBOUND, AND SCORE Using the ball in-hand the Contestant must attempt to make as many shots as possible in 60 seconds from the shooting spots designated by the onsite representative. The Contestant must rebound all of his/her own balls; 4) FREE THROW Using the ball in-hand the Contestant must attempt to make one (1) free throw shot. The goal of this challenge is to get the highest total score in your respective age and gender group in accordance with the Scoring section below.

For the Phase 1 Event, twelve (12) Skills Challenge Contestants are eligible to move on to the Regional Competition and will repeat the above challenge.  In each age and gender group, the 1st Place Finisher (Contestant with the highest score), 2nd Place Finisher (Contestant with the 2nd highest score), and 3rd Place Finisher (Contestant with the 3rd highest score) will move on to the Regional Competition and will receive Certificates.

TIEBREAKERS

In the event of a tie for 1st Place, the following guidelines will be used to determine the 1st Place Finisher in any age or gender category:

All players involved in the tie will have their score sheets compared. The 1st Place Finisher will be

determined by:

  1. Bonus free throw shot made
  2. Highest number of 6 point shots made
  3. Highest number of 4 point shots made
  4. Highest number of 3 point shots made
  5. Highest number of 1 point shots
  6. Lowest number of violations

PHASE 2-REGIONAL COMPETITIONS: To participate in Phase 2 of the Program, the Phase 1 Event Contestants with the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd highest scores in each age and gender group will be invited to participate in one of the eight (8) Regional Competitions (Phase 2 Event). Regional Competitions will take place in the following Markets: Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, California, Texas, New York, North Carolina, and Utah.

While at one of the regional participating Jr. NBA Phase 2 Event (visit www.JrNBA.com/Skills after 12/31/17 for Phase 2 Event times/locations) between March 3, 2018 and April 29, 2018, eligible Contestants parent/legal guardian will be able to register for the Phase 2 Event on a first-come, first-served basis in-person. Sponsor does not guarantee that every eligible individual who wishes to participate in the Phase 2 Event will be able to do so. Boys and Girls will compete separately in four (4) different age and gender groups: Group 1: Boys Ages 12-13, Group 2: Girls Ages 12-13, Group 3: Boys 11 and under, Group 4: Girls 11 and under.

Each Contestant will participate in the Phase 2 Event, in the manner and according to the rules, procedures and conditions specified by Sponsor in its sole discretion. All details regarding the mechanics and other rules, procedures and conditions for participation in the Phase 2 Event will be determined by Sponsor (in its sole discretion) and will be provided immediately prior to the start of the applicable Phase 2 Event. All judging for the Program Phase 2 Event, will be done onsite.

Contestants will be assigned to one regional Phase 2 Event. Any disputes (including but not limited to eligibility, event rules, event clock malfunctions, etc.) will be resolved by the Sponsor (or the supervising staff designated by Sponsor for the Program), whose decisions shall be final, conclusive and binding. All Contestants must complete the Phase 2 Event in the sequence presented by Sponsor. Only basketball(s) in the designated area that are provided by Sponsor will be used for the Event. Contestants will be disqualified if he/she has any of the following: All skills are not followed in sequential order provided.

REGIONAL JR. NBA SKILL CHALLENGE DETAILS AND SCORING: At each Event, each age and gender group outlined above will participate in the Phase 2 Event as follows: Contestants begin with one basketball in hand and both feet behind and to the right of the designated starting cone. Contestants on cue, will proceed to dribble from the start line to: 1) ZIG-ZAG DRIBBLE Using the ball in-hand zig-zag dribble through the cones as instructed by the onsite representative; 2) SPEED DRIBBLE Using the ball in-hand the Contestant will dribble from the designated spot to the designated cone as instructed by the onsite representative; 3) SHOOT, REBOUND, AND SCORE Using the ball in-hand the Contestant must attempt to make as many shots as possible in 60 seconds from the shooting spots designated by the onsite representative. The Contestant must rebound all of his/her own balls; 4) FREE THROW Using the ball in-hand the Contestant must attempt to make one (1) free throw shot. The goal of this challenge is to get the highest total score in the respective age and gender group in accordance with the scoring section below.

For the Phase 3 Event (National Finals Competition), the Regional Champions in the Jr. NBA Skills Challenge will automatically advance.  The Regional Champions (8 male and 8 female in each age group – 32 total participants) will be flown (if necessary) to New York, NY (as described further in the Prizes section below) where they will have the opportunity to compete in the Jr. NBA National Skill Competition. Minor’s parent/legal guardian will need to accompany the minor on the trip. If any Regional Champion is unable to attend the event for any reason, Sponsor reserves the right to make a substitution or alter the event at its sole discretion and no additional compensation will be awarded to the respective Regional Champion.

TIEBREAKERS

In the event of a tie for 1st Place, the following guidelines will be used to determine the Regional Champion in any age or gender category:

All players involved in the tie will have their score sheets compared. The Regional Champion will be

determined by:

  1. Bonus free throw shot made
  2. Highest number of 6 point shots made
  3. Highest number of 4 point shots made
  4. Highest number of 3 point shots made
  5. Highest number of 1 point shots
  6. Lowest number of violations

PHASE 3- NATIONAL FINALS COMPETITION: To participate in Phase 3 of the Program, the Regional Competition Champions from each age and gender group (8 male and 8 female in each age group – 32 total participants) will move on to the National Finals Competition set to take place in New York, NY (Phase 3 Event).

While at Phase 3 Event between June 20, 2018 and June 22, 2018, the eligible Contestants will compete separately in four (4) different age and gender groups: Group 1: Boys Ages 12-13, Group 2: Girls Ages 12-13, Group 3: Boys 11 and under, Group 4: Girls 11 and under.

Each Finalist will participate in the Phase 3 Event, in the manner and according to the rules, procedures and conditions specified by Sponsor in its sole discretion. All details regarding the mechanics and other rules, procedures and conditions for participation in the Phase 3 Event will be determined by Sponsor (in its sole discretion) and will be provided immediately prior to the start of the applicable Phase 3 Event. All judging for the Program Phase 3 Event, will be done onsite.

Any disputes (including but not limited to eligibility, event rules, event clock malfunctions, etc.) will be resolved by the Sponsor (or the supervising staff designated by Sponsor for the Program), whose decisions shall be final, conclusive and binding. All Contestants must complete the Phase 3 Event in the sequence presented by Sponsor. Only basketball(s) in the designated area that are provided by Sponsor will be used for the Event. Contestants will be disqualified if he/she has any of the following: All skills are not followed in sequential order provided.

NATIONAL JR. NBA SKILL CHALLENGE DETAILS AND SCORING: Each age and gender group outlined above will participate in the Phase 3 Event as follows (Girls will use 28.5 Basketball and Boys will use the 29.5 Basketball): Contestants begin with one basketball in hand and both feet behind and to the right of the designated starting cone. Contestants on cue, will  proceed to dribble from the start line to: 1) ZIG-ZAG DRIBBLE Using the ball in-hand zig-zag dribble through the cones as instructed by the onsite representative; 2) SPEED DRIBBLE Using the ball in-hand the Contestant will dribble from the designated spot to the designated cone as instructed by the onsite representative; 3) SHOOT, REBOUND, AND SCORE Using the ball in-hand the Contestant must attempt to make as many shots as possible in 60 seconds from the shooting spots designated by the onsite representative. The Contestant must rebound all of his/her own balls; 4) FREE THROW Using the ball in-hand the Contestant must attempt to make one (1) free throw shot. The goal of this challenge is to get the highest total score in your respective age and gender group in accordance with the Scoring section below.

For the Phase 3 Event, four (4) Skills Challenge Finalists (one (1) from each age and gender group) with the highest score will be named the National Champion for his/her age and gender group.

TIEBREAKERS

In the event of a tie for 1st Place, Players involved in the tie any age or gender category must repeat the competition to determine the National Champion. The best score from the tiebreaker will be used to determine the champion.

  1. NBA SKILL CHALLENGE EVENT PROCEDURES (LOCAL, REGIONAL, AND NATIONAL):

Each Participant competes one at a time against the stopwatch.

Each Participant begins with one basketball in hand and both feet behind and to the right of the designated starting cone.

The Participant begins when the timer yells GO or blows the whistle. The Participant ends when the timer yells STOP or blows the whistle after 60seconds has elapsed.

Participants begin the zig-zag dribble by dribbling past the first cone to the left.

Participants MUST follow the zig-zag dribbling around each cone, followed up with the speed dribble, before any shot attempts are taken from designated shooting spots.

Participants may begin the shooting portion from any shooting spot and may shoot in any order.

Once a shot is taken, the Participant must shoot from a different spot (a Participant may not take consecutive shots from the same spot, make or miss).

Participants must retrieve their own rebounds.

Participants must dribble throughout the challenge, including after rebounding and upon returning to another shooting spot.

A basket counts only if the ball is released before the timer yells STOP.

After the 60 seconds, each Participant will shoot one free throw worth 3 points.

Have the Participant attempt the free throw with both feet behind the 15-foot free throw line as if in a normal game. All age and gender groups will shoot from the same designated free throw line.

  1. NBA SKILL CHALLENGE EVENT RULES (LOCAL, REGIONAL, AND NATIONAL):

All girl Participants will compete with a 28.5 basketball.

All boy Participants will compete with a 29.5 basketball.

Participants may shoot using any technique desired.

Any part of the Participant’s foot must be touching the shooting spot as the release the ball for the basket to count. They do not need to be touching/landing on the spot after a shot has been taken

A kicked over cone is permitted provide that the Participant correctly dribbled, rounded, and weaved past the cone correctly

Participants must dribble the basketball through the challenge.

No Out of Bounds

Each Participants receives only one official attempt to complete the challenge

  1. NBA SKILL CHALLENGE VIOLATIONS/POINT DEDUCTIONS (LOCAL, REGIONAL, AND NATIONAL):

A three (3) point penalty will be subtracted from the Participant’s final score for each of the below violations:

*All rulings made by the court official scorer are final.

Traveling

Double dribble

Palming/Carrying the ball

  1. NBA SKILL CHALLENGE SCORING (LOCAL, REGIONAL, AND NATIONAL):

Each time a shot is made the Participant is awarded with the corresponding spot’s point value

Three (3) bonus points are awarded for a free throw made at the end of the 60-second time limit

A three (3) point penalty will be subtracted from the Participants’ finals score for each violation list

above.

Final scores will be tallied based on the shots made, plus three (3) bonus points if the free throw is

made, minus any penalty points.

REGIONAL CHAMPION WINNER VERIFICATION/DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENT: Immediately following the close of each Event, the Regional Champion Winner’s parent or legal guardian will be required to execute (where permitted by law) an Affidavit of Eligibility and a Release of Liability, (where legal) a Publicity Release on-site and in the time period specified by Sponsor. Failure to comply with these Official Rules or to execute the above stated documents may result in disqualification and, at Sponsor’s sole discretion; the applicable prize may be awarded to the next runner-up from the applicable Event. This process may be repeated if the next event runner-up is ineligible at any point throughout the Promotion Period including up to dates of travel. Released Parties are not responsible for lost, late, stolen, undelivered, delayed, damaged, postage-due or misdirected mail.  Noncompliance with the foregoing, with these Official Rules, the inability to contact a potential Winner within a reasonable time period or any notification being returned as non-deliverable may result in disqualification and, at Sponsor’s discretion, a runner-up Winner may be notified (at the sole discretion of the Sponsor).

OWNERSHIP OF VIDEOS, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND FOOTAGE: Contestants who participate in an Event may be videotaped and photographed during their participation (collectively, Footage) and by participating, agree to such videotaping and photographs. All Footage will be owned by the NBA Properties, Inc., which will have the right to use, edit, adapt, post, stream, copy and exploit such Footage, and all elements embodied therein, including any names, voices, likenesses and performance embodied therein, in any and all media, now or hereafter devised, without further payment or consideration, notification or permission, worldwide and in perpetuity, except where prohibited by law. Without limiting the foregoing, by entering the Program and without limiting any other rights granted hereunder, each Contestant hereby grants permission for the Footage of him and/or his video (as applicable) to be posted Sponsor’s sites or other websites and social media channels.

OTHER RESTRICTIONS: Noncompliance with the foregoing or with these Official Rules may result in disqualification and all associated entries will be void.  Each Contestant agrees that Released Parties are not responsible for any unauthorized use of videos and/or Footage by third parties. The use of script, macro or any other device to automate or subvert the entry process is prohibited and any such entries will be void.

Other than for prize notification or for promotional emails, neither Sponsor, nor anyone acting on its behalf, will enter into any communications with any Contestant regarding this Program or acknowledge any entry not meeting all entry requirements stated herein and all such entries will be void. Released Parties are not responsible for incomplete, lost, late, inaccurate, delayed, undelivered, garbled, stolen, damaged or misdirected entries, registrations, (or any component thereof), inaccurate Program-related information provided by Sponsor or for interrupted or unavailable network, server, cable, satellite, Internet Service Provider (ISP), wireless or other connections, miscommunications, computer or software malfunctions or telephone line, cellular tower, or transmission problems or technical failures, garbled transmissions, damage to a user’s computer equipment (software or hardware) or other errors or malfunctions of any kind whether caused by equipment, programming used in this Program, mechanical, electronic, network, technical or human error or otherwise relating to or in connection with the Program, including, without limitation, errors which may occur in connection with the administration of the Program, the processing or judging of entries, the uploading of videos, the cancellation or postponement of any Event, the tabulation of votes and/or the taping of onsite entries, the announcement of the prizes or in any Program-related materials. Released Parties reserve the right, in their sole discretion, to void suspect entries or modify, cancel, terminate or suspend the Program (or portion thereof) should virus, bugs, non-authorized human intervention or other causes corrupt or impair the administration, security, fairness or proper play of the Program and, in the event of such cancellation or termination, at its discretion, determine the winner(s) and/or Finalist(s) for the applicable portion(s) of the Program from all eligible non-suspect entries received prior to event requiring cancellation or termination using the judging procedure stated herein. By participating, Contestants agree to abide by these Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor and judges, which shall be final and binding.

PRIZES: Up to thirty-two (32) Regional Champion Prizes/one (1) from each age and gender group: A 3-day/2-night trip for two (2) —  winner and his/her respective parent/legal guardian to the National Finals Championship which will take place in New York, NY consisting of round-trip coach air transportation via Sponsor’s selected air carrier, from a major airport nearest to winner’s residence in U.S. to New York, one (1) standard room double-occupancy hotel accommodations, ground transportation to/from the airport and the applicable hotel, and the chance to compete in the National Jr. NBA Skills Challenge. In additional, each winner will receive two (2) tickets to 2018 NBA Draft (ARV of Grand Prize package=$3,500. Details of prize Events are at Sponsor’s sole discretion. Actual prize value will vary depending on winner’s city of departure.  Sponsor, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to provide ground transportation in place of air transportation if trip Prize winner lives within a reasonable driving distance of the event location as determined by Sponsor, and to award no additional compensation or substitution for the difference in prize value. Travel and hotel arrangements determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion and must be made through Sponsor’s agent, on a carrier of Sponsor’s choice. Trip must be taken on dates and times designated by Sponsor or prize will be forfeited in its entirety and may be awarded to an alternate winner. The winner and his/her parent/legal guardian must travel together on the same itinerary. The Regional Prize Winner and his/her guest are responsible for obtaining all necessary travel documents prior to travel.  If events are canceled or postponed for any reason, travel prize will be awarded less applicable prize-related activity(s) and Sponsor will substitute that activity(s) with an item(s)/activity(s) of comparable or greater value as determined solely by Sponsor. Tickets are subject to certain terms and conditions specified thereon. The winners and their respective guests must comply with each event venue’s rules and regulations.  Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of applicable prize element(s).  Exact seat locations at event(s) to be determined by Sponsor in its sole discretion.  Certain travel restrictions may apply.

Four (4) National Champion Prizes/One (1) Per Age and Gender Category: Each winner will receive one (1) trophy and recognition as the National winner in his/her category.  (ARV=$1,500).

Total ARV of all prizes in the Program will not exceed: $118,000. All prize details are at Sponsor’s sole discretion.

MISCELLANEOUS: Winners are responsible for all federal, state, and local taxes, including but not limited to any applicable income or withholding taxes or like fees and all other costs and expenses associated with prize acceptance and use not specified herein as being provided including, if selected as a Regional Champion, luggage fees, additional ground transportation, meals, gratuities and souvenirs. No transfer, assignment, or substitution of prizes except by Sponsor, which may substitute a prize (or portion thereof) with one of comparable or greater value, at its sole discretion. Each Contestant agrees that by participating in this Program: (1) the NBA Properties, Inc. shall have the right and permission to use (unless prohibited by law) each Contestants’ name, voice, city and state of residence, photograph and/or likeness for advertising and/or trade and/or any other purpose in any media now or hereafter known without further compensation, permission, authorization or notification to Participant, (2) the Released Parties and each of their respective employees, officers, directors, parent companies, subsidiaries, affiliates owners, distributors, retailers, agents, representatives, assignees, and advertising/promotion agencies have the right to use the entry form data for marketing and promotional purposes (subject to applicable law); and (3) the Released Parties and their designees and assigns and all of their respective officers, directors, employees, representatives and agents shall have no liability for, and such Contestant will release and hold harmless the Released Parties from, and indemnify the Released Parties against, any claim, liability, loss, injury or damage, including but not limited, to personal injury, death or damage to any Contestant or any other person or entity, personal or real property, due in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, by reason of such Participant’s participation in this Program, the use of any entry for the Program by the Released Parties or such Participant’s acceptance and/or use or misuse of any prize (including any travel or activity related thereto) or any of the rights granted herein.  NBA Properties, Inc. are not responsible for any inability of the winner and/or Finalists to accept a prize and reserve the right, at their sole discretion, to disqualify or eliminate any Finalist who is unable to travel on the dates specified by Sponsor or is otherwise not in compliance with these Official Rules. CAUTION: Any attempt to deliberately damage the website or undermine the legitimate operation of this Program is a violation of criminal and civil laws and should such an attempt be made, the Sponsor reserves the right to seek damages (including attorneys’ fees) and/or other remedies from any such person(s) responsible for the attempt to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Sponsor reserves the right to conduct a background check of any and all records of winner/travel companion, including without limitation, civil and criminal court records and police reports. To the extent necessary under law, winner/travel companion shall authorize this background check. Sponsor may also take all steps necessary to corroborate any information provided to Sponsor by winner/travel companion in his/her interview. In that regard, winner/travel companion will be obligated to provide necessary contacts and information so that Sponsor may conduct such investigation. Sponsor reserves the right (at its sole discretion) to disqualify the winner/travel companion from any prize element, based on the background check.

Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify any Contestant in the event he commits a crime or, in the reasonable opinion of Sponsor, Contestant’s personal conduct (including use of social media) disparages or embarrasses the NBA, its member teams, or any of its sponsors or partners

ARBITRATION: Except where prohibited by law, as a condition of participating in this Program, Contestant agrees that: (1) any and all disputes and causes of action arising out of or connected with this Program, or any prizes awarded, shall be resolved individually, without resort to any form of class action, and exclusively by final and binding arbitration under the rules of the American Arbitration Association and held in New York County, New York; (2) the Federal Arbitration Act shall govern the interpretation, enforcement and all proceedings at such arbitration; and (3) judgment upon such arbitration award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. Under no circumstances will Participant be permitted to obtain awards for, and Participant hereby waives all rights to claim, punitive, incidental or consequential damages, or any other damages, including attorneys’ fees, other than Participant’s actual out-of-pocket expenses (i.e., costs associated with participating in this Sweepstakes), and Participant further waives all rights to have damages multiplied or increased.

CHOICE OF LAW: All issues and questions concerning the construction, validity, interpretation and enforceability of these Official Rules, or the rights and obligations of Participant and Sponsors in connection with the Sweepstakes, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the substantive laws of the State of New York, USA without giving effect to any choice of law or conflict of law rules or provisions that would cause the application of any other state’s law.

WINNERS LIST:  For the names of the National Winners, visit www.JrNBA.com/Skills after August 7, 2018.

 

Sponsor: NBA Properties, Inc., 645 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022.

Administrator: teamDigital Promotions, Inc., 6 Berkshire Blvd., Bethel CT 06801/www.teamdigital.com.

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