What Would It Take for You to Get an Affiliate Summit Tattoo?

by Shawn Collins on September 18, 2013

Do you love Affiliate Summit? We’ve got a way for you to show it, and we’ll bring you out to Las Vegas for Affiliate Summit West 2014 if you take us up on this opportunity.

Affiliate Summit tattoo

Get an Affiliate Summit tattoo, and we’ll provide you with an All Access pass to Affiliate Summit West 2014; as well as coach air; 3 nights at the Paris Las Vegas; and dinner with Affiliate Summit co-founders, Missy Ward and Shawn Collins, on the night of Monday, January 13, 2014.

Some terms from our lawyer about this special tattoo arrangement…

  • You are 18 years old or older.
  • Your tattoo will be 1) based on the Affiliate Summit logo, an example of which can be found at affiliatesummit.com/images/bestlogo.jpg, 2) placed in an area of the body that can be exposed in a non-offensive manner, and 3) permanent.
  • All tattoo designs must be approved by Affiliate Summit in advance.
  • You are responsible for purchasing your tattoo.
  • You release Affiliate Summit, to the fullest extent permitted by law, from any liability whatsoever, for all claims or causes of action you may have for personal injury or otherwise, including any direct or consequential damages, which result from your obtaining a tattoo to participate in this promotion.
  • You release all rights to any photographs taken of you and the tattoo by or on behalf of Affiliate Summit, and you give consent in advance to their reproduction in print or electronic form.
  • Affiliate Summit may exclude or reject participants in its sole discretion.
  • This promotion is void where prohibited by law.

This opportunity is open through November 30, 2013. Contact Affiliate Summit with any questions.

Affiliate Summit West 2014 is taking place on January 12-14, 2014 at Paris Las Vegas.

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