Written consent required for representations about use of tickets
A commercial fund raising firm shall not represent, in the course of its solicitation activities, that tickets to events will be donated for use by another unless it has complied with the following requirements:
(1) The commercial fund raising firm shall obtain commitments, in writing, from beneficiaries stating that they will accept donated tickets and specifying the number of tickets they are willing to accept;
(2) The commercial fund raising firm shall solicit and accept no more contributions of donated tickets than the number of ticket commitments it has received from beneficiaries; and
(3) A ticket commitment alone, as described in this section, shall not constitute written consent to use the organization’s name as described in ORS 128.856 (Written consent by beneficiary to use of name). [1985 c.729 §15; 1991 c.532 §10]
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