What is the Partnership Agreement?
Like any business partnership, it's always a good idea to have a document that clarifies what all parties are responsible and committing to do.
On DojoMojo, we require that each sweepstakes have a short and straightforward agreement that specifies what each Partner is committing to do to promote the campaign, planning to contribute for prizing, and clearly explain anything that’s required of you as a Partner to receive your entries.
Why does DojoMojo require them?
We've found over thousands of sweepstakes that having this agreement in place manages expectations, creates clarity around responsibility, and avoids future miscommunication and confusion. Remember those school projects where you did all the work but everyone got the good grade? Partnership Agreements avoid just that!
This document must be signed before you can be officially added to a sweepstakes as a Partner. (Trust us - it's for the best!)
What if I don't know what I can or should contribute up front?
No biggie! When prompted to indicate what you can contribute, share what you can. There's always a human element to this, and some back and forth discussions are to be expected before the Host finalizes the agreement.
Is the Partnership Agreement a legal document?
Short answer, yes. Once both parties review and sign it's considered a legally binding document.
My Host sent me an agreement via email outside of DojoMojo. Is that okay?
It sure is. Sometimes, the Host will use their own document outside of DojoMojo, which may be signed outside of DojoMojo. That’s okay too - you’ll still be added to the sweepstakes officially once the Host adds your info to just ask your Host if you have any questions.
What if I have legal questions?
If you have any questions about the contract, be sure to ask your legal counsel. Innovation Brands Corp and DojoMojo can't be held liable for any disputes that arise as a result of using our template or sample language.