23 states have specific commercial co-venture laws.
A commercial co-venturer is a person or entity regularly and primarily engaged in commerce who conducts a charitable sales promotion. A charitable sales promotion is typically defined as an advertising or sales campaign, conducted by a commercial co-venturer, which represents that the purchase or use of goods or services offered by the commercial co-venturer will benefit a charitable organization or purpose. This white paper reviews legal requirements of co-venture laws and mandatory contract provisions.
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