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Terms, Codes, & Absolutely No's 


1. Be Kind & Courteous

Negative and Rude attitudes in the comments section or at Bobble events will not be tolerated. Toxic comments will not be published.




2. No Hate Speech or Bullying

*B*CH is a safe space. It's a bubble where people from all backgrounds are welcome to make new friends. Please treat everyone with respect.



3. Posts & Social Media

By posting pictures using the hashtag #bobbleclubhouse, #BCH, #BCHParties, #BCHmakers, or by tagging @Bobbleclubcouse in the post or comments you agree to allow @Bobbleclubhouse and it's sponsors to repost your content.


4. *B*CH Photos

By purchasing a ticket or signing up for an event you are agreeing to the use of your image in any photo that is taken by Bobble Club House or another guest of the party. Your image may be used for social media promotions, website updates, Meetup content, newsletters, or by any sponsors of the party. You might be tagged in these posts unless you say otherwise in a written email to Bobbleclubhouse@gmail.com



5. Missed Events

If you cancel your RSVP for an event that you purchased a ticket for, more then 48 hours before the event you will be allowed to:

*Transfer your RSVP to another date for an event of the same or lesser value.

Failure to communicate a replacement date that works best for you within 30 days of the initial party will result in the abandonment of the claim.

SAME DAY CANCELLATIONS WILL NOT BE COMPENSATED



6. Canceled Events

If *B*CH cancels a party that you purchased an RSVP or ticket for you will be allowed to:

*Transfer your RSVP to another date for an event of the same or lesser value.

Failure to communicate a replacement date that works best for you within 30 days of the initial party will result in the abandonment of the claim.

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