Become a Canna Closet Founder!
We are excited you are considering being a part of our team! We are currently enrolling founders as we prepare for the full launch of our new product and new party planning program! A couple of important notes before you continue:
We are currently in the process of developing our Compensation Plan. We expect it to be completed within the next few months. If you would like to talk more about this, please email us at email@example.com.
We are looking for those that want to join a Party Plan company at ground level to enjoy exclusive prices and access to product plus all the great perks that come with being a core part of our team!
To get started, click on a Founder Level below that best suits you to learn what is included. Once you choose your level, go through the Consultant Agreement below to understand how this works, then keep scrolling to the Sign Up Form!
STEP ONE: Choose Your Founder Level
We have three Founder Packages to choose from, each is a one-time purchase, offering you exclusive pricing on all Canna Closet Products plus some more amazing perks you don't want to miss!
(Click on each level to learn what it includes. You will select and purchase your package in the Final Step!)
This Agreement ("Agreement") is entered into between Canna Closet, LLC, a Wyoming limited liability company, with a business office at 5304 Spicewood Dr. McKinney TX 75070 ("Company") and the prospective Contractor, hereby referred to as “Consultant” signing this agreement.
1.The Company has designed and developed a program (the "program") for the sale of goods through home parties and other venues, which has become well known, and established a reputation for quality. As a part of this program, the Company provides training, services, materials, and goods, including certain goods and materials bearing the Company's Canna Closet™ trademark or its Canna Closet™ service mark and certain copyrighted materials for use in the businesses of individuals interested in owning a business that promotes and sells goods provided by the Company.
2.The Consultant desires to own and operate a business that will sell goods provided by the Company. As an express condition to becoming a Consultant, Consultant must enter into this Agreement.
In view of the foregoing background and of the following obligations, the Consultant and the Company agree:
1.Relationship. The Consultant is a self-employed individual and Independent Contractor, a Consultant, and not an employee of the Company, in the business of selling merchandise provided by the Company. The Consultant is not a corporation, limited liability company, or other form of entity. The Consultant is the sole owner of her business. The Company is a supplier of training and a supplier of merchandise for the Consultant's retail sales business. There is no partnership, joint venture, or franchise business conducted together by the Company and the Consultant, except as expressly and specifically provided by this Agreement. This Agreement is not intended to create and does not create any agency relationship. The Consultant and the Company do not have any authority to act for the other or to undertake, incur, and will not undertake or incur, any obligations or debts binding upon the other. The Consultant acknowledges that he/she has investigated, to his/her full satisfaction, all aspects of the program, the business and the merchandise to be sold and is not in any way relying on any representations or warranties of the Company in entering into this Agreement. Specifically, the Company has made no representations, directly or indirectly, about retail outlets, account locations, the ability to earn a gross or net profit in excess of any payments made for merchandise, the existence of any market for the goods Furthermore, the Company does not provide nor has knowledge about the Consultant's relevant market. The Company will not supply to the Consultant names of locator companies, provide assistance with acquiring those leads, supply names of or collect a fee on behalf of for a locator company or that any buy-back arrangement exists.
2.Laws and Taxes. The Consultant will observe and comply with all applicable laws and regulations and will meet all standards set by any federal, state, local, or other governmental authority or entity regulating or pertaining to the business of the Consultant. Be aware that federal restrictions exist on marketing activities using phone calls or text messages under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The Consultant is solely responsible for compliance with the TCPA which requires you to obtain prior express written consent before sending texts or contacting customers or potential customers by cell phone. Additional restrictions apply to calls made to residential land lines. Canna Closet is not responsible for and does not review communications that its Consultants generate. As an Independent Consultant, Consultant is liable for all Social Security, Medicare, and other self-employment taxes, all income taxes, and other returns required by any local, state, or federal tax authority for the Consultant's business. When required or advisable due to override awards, sponsor awards, product awards, prizes or gifts, the Company may issue appropriate tax forms, including federal Form 1099 to the Consultant, reporting these to tax authorities as income to the Consultant. Consultant agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Company for any taxes or penalties due and owing by Consultant as a result of Consultant’s promotion and sale of the Company’s merchandise.
3.Promotion and Sales. The Consultant will use his/her best efforts to learn the Company's merchandise and to promote and sell the Company's merchandise through home parties, online parties, sharing the app, and private venues. The Consultant will display and promote the Company's merchandise tastefully and honestly and in accordance with the Company’s policies and procedures, as they exist from time to time, including but not limited to the Consultant's Manual. The Consultant will maintain the highest standards of integrity, honesty, professionalism, and responsibility in promoting and selling the Company's merchandise. The Company will make available to the Consultant training programs to educate the Consultant regarding the Company's products and recommended sales techniques and will provide promotional materials, forms, and sales aids to the Consultant. The Consultant is solely responsible for complying with all laws regarding marketing and promotion, including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The Company will provide to the Consultant all of its lines of merchandise, but the Company will not have any liability and the Consultant hereby waives any claim against the Company for lack of availability of any particular product due to uneven demand, inability to obtain a product from its manufacturer or Consultant, or any other condition beyond the control of the Company. The Consultant will only display, promote, and sell merchandise distributed by the Company at home parties or private venues at which Company approved and supplied merchandise is displayed, promoted, or sold. The Consultant will not sell, market, promote or display the merchandise of any other companies through his/her Canna Closet™ business. Consultant will not sell, market, or promote merchandise sold by the Company on any web site not specifically authorized by the Company, including without limitation, E-Bay or any similar site. Consultant agrees to the liquidated damages provision set forth in paragraph 13 if Consultant sells, markets, advertises for sale, or promotes the merchandise sold by the Company on any website not approved by the Company, including but not limited to, E-Bay or any similar site. The Consultant will display, promote, and sell the Company's merchandise in accordance with all policies and procedures set forth in the Company's products, on a nonexclusive basis throughout the United States.
4.Liability and Indemnification. The Consultant will defend, hold harmless, and indemnify the Company from any claim or liability for any misrepresentation, act or omission by the Consultant or any negligence, misconduct or intentional act of the Consultant in promoting or selling the Company's goods.
5.Trademarks and Advertising. The Company owns certain trademark and trade name rights to its Canna Closet™ trademarks and its Canna Closet™ service marks (collectively, the "Marks") and to its Canna Closet™ trade name. The Consultant will use the Marks, in connection with all home parties, private venues and sales of Company approved and supplied merchandise, but only in accordance with the standards and procedures set forth in this agreement or the Company's Online Consultant Guide. The Consultant will not use any other trademarks or trade names in connection with the Consultant's Canna Closet business. The Consultant will not use Marks in connection with any other business of the Consultant. During the term of this Agreement, Consultant shall be given the limited and nonexclusive permission to use the format "Canna Closet by [insert first, given, or nickname of Consultant]" in local telephone directory and yellow page listings. Except for this limited permission for use in local telephone directories, the Consultant will use the Marks in advertising only after the Company has approved the advertising request in writing. The Consultant will promptly notify the Company in writing of any third-party use of the Marks or trade name, of any equivalent or variation of them, or of any similar mark or name. The limited permissions granted in this section 5 shall terminate immediately upon the termination of the consultant-retail dealer/company relationship provided for by this Agreement.
6.Confidential Materials and Copyrights. The Consultant will have access to proprietary and confidential information of the Company, including but not limited to information, material, or databases concerning or related to services, products, sales, financial information (including product costs, sales revenue, and consultant compensation), or general business operations of the Company, its clients, “know-how,” formulae, computer programs, secret processes, inventions and confidential business information such as cost data, profit margins, market plans, sales strategies, customer preferences and needs, employee salaries, employee capabilities, that is not available to the public, and any other information, materials, documents, or data that would be reasonably understood to be confidential and/or proprietary information and/or trade secrets (collectively, “Confidential Information”). The Consultant's Manual is the property of the Company and contains Confidential Information. The Company may also publish other materials from time to time, including materials describing incentive programs and contests that contain Confidential Information. The Company will provide access to the Consultant's Manual and the Company's Confidential Information for the Consultant's use only during the relationship governed by, and the permissions granted by, this Agreement. The Consultant will not disclose or reveal the contents of the Consultant's Manual and other materials that contain Confidential Information to anyone, will not discuss the contents of Confidential Information with anyone other than the Company, other Consultants, or the Consultant's lawyer (and will only disclose and discuss Confidential Information with a lawyer engaged to provide legal advice with regard to her business or because of a conflict or disagreement with the Company). The Consultant will not copy any Confidential Information. The Consultant will return all of the Confidential Information to the Company promptly upon the termination, for any reason, of the relationship provided for by this Agreement. The Consultant will promptly notify the Company in writing of any third-party use of the Confidential Information, including making or using copies of any Confidential Information, using extracts from any Confidential Information, or otherwise infringing any of the Marks. Consultants will sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) upon acceptance of this agreement.
7.Sales and Payment. The Consultant will conduct all sales to customers and payment to the Company in accordance with the policies and procedures in the Online Consultant Guide.
8.Incentives. The Company will provide certain sales and sponsoring performance incentives to the Consultant in the form of programs and contest opportunities for discounts from the purchase price for the Company's merchandise, override awards, sponsor awards, product awards, and prizes, all in accordance with the policies and procedures set forth in the Consultant's Manual, newsletter, incentive program announcements, and contest announcements. The Consultant will not be entitled to payment for any discounts, override awards, sponsor awards, or prizes earned or accrued after the termination of the consultant-retail dealer relationship provided for by this Agreement.
9.Customer Information and Right of Publicity. The Consultant will not disclose the name or communications or contact information (including, but not limited to, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses) of Canna Closet™ customers to anyone except the Company. Such customer information is Confidential Information and property of the Company. The Company may disclose the Consultant's name and his/her Canna Closet™ business telephone number to potential customers and potential new Consultants. The Company may use the Consultant's name and photograph and quotes from the Consultant about Canna Closet™ merchandise and the Company's business in the Company's newsletters, in promotional materials, and in similar materials.
10.Policies and Procedures. The Consultant will act in accordance with all policies and procedures set forth in the Consultant's Manual, whether or not they are referred to in this Agreement, as the Company may revise its Consultant's Manual from time to time. The Company may make reasonable changes to its policies and procedures at the Company's discretion.
11.Duration, Termination, and Surviving Provisions. This Agreement will be effective on the date signed (by any of the methods described in Section 19 below) by the Consultant below. Either party may terminate the relationship and the permissions granted in this Agreement upon fifteen (15) days written notice, provided that paragraphs 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 16, 17, and 18 of this Agreement will survive the termination of the relationship and the permissions. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may terminate this Agreement immediately upon written notice for any material breach of the Agreement.
12.Competition Restriction. Consultant is the Company’s primary and often sole contact with the customers that interact with Consultant and Consultant has knowledge and access to the Company’s Confidential Information. Therefore, as a condition of entering into this Agreement and to protect the Company’s legitimate business interests, the Consultant will not, during the relationship provided by this Agreement and for a period of one year from the termination of the relationship for any reason, within any County in which the Consultant has at any time displayed, promoted, or sold Canna Closet™ merchandise (1) engage in a business similar to the Company's business, including owning, operating, organizing, managing, directly, supervising, consulting with, or otherwise working for or being employed by such a business; (2) solicit any employee or Consultant of the Company to become an employee, sales representative, dealer, Consultant, or Consultant for the Consultant for a business similar to the Company's business; or (3) solicit any customers of the Canna Closet™ network of Consultants or any person who is or was a customer of the Consultant during the Consultant's relationship with the Company to purchase merchandise similar to the Company's merchandise from the Consultant or a business other than the Company. If the Consultant breaches this provision, then in addition to any legal or equitable actions available to the Company, the one-year noncompete period will be tolled for the duration of the breach so that the Company obtains the benefit of this provision for a noncompetition period of one year. After the termination of the relationship, the Company will attempt to service the Canna Closet™ customers of the Consultant with another Consultant.
13.Legal Actions, Remedies, and Liquidated Damages. Consultant acknowledges that a breach of the restrictive covenants contained in this Agreement will cause irreparable harm to the Company for which there is no adequate remedy at law, and shall entitle the Company to immediately terminate this Agreement and to seek injunctive relief to prevent any continuing breach by Consultant, as well as any other appropriate legal or equitable remedies, without being required to post bond or other security of any character, and without having to prove or otherwise establish the inadequacy of available remedies at law for the breach or threatened breach hereof. If the Company files a legal action to enforce any of the Consultant's obligations or the Company's rights set forth in this Agreement, then the Consultant will pay the Company's reasonable attorneys' fees, court costs, and legal expenses. Because monetary damages are difficult to determine for the breach of the obligations in paragraphs 3, 5, 6, 9, 12, 17, or 18 the Consultant consents to any preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, including temporary restraining orders that may be necessary to enforce these obligations. Furthermore, Consultant agrees that if Consultant violates the provisions of paragraphs 3 relative to the sale, marketing, and advertising for sale, or promoting of products on any website not authorized by the Company, including E-Bay, then Consultant shall pay a liquidated amount of $5,000 per violation. Company shall continue to have all equitable rights and remedies that may be available to it for a violation of the foregoing prohibitions.
14.Assignment. This Agreement is personal to the Consultant and the Consultant may not assign or otherwise transfer any right, interest, or obligation of the Consultant under this Agreement, in whole or in part, in any manner. The Company will have the right to assign or transfer all rights in its Canna Closet™ trademarks, service marks, and trade name and to assign or transfer any interest of the Company in the Marks and Confidential Information. The Company will have the right to assign or transfer any or all rights, interests, and obligations of the Company arising from this Agreement. This Agreement is binding upon, and will inure to the benefit of, the Company and the Consultant, their legal representatives, and their successors in interest.
15.Amendment, Waiver, and Applicable Law. This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the Company and the Consultant concerning the subject matter of this Agreement and supersedes any prior oral or written and any contemporaneous oral agreements, understandings, promises, or representations. This Agreement may be amended only by an agreement in writing signed by the Company and the Consultant. No waiver of any obligation or provision in this Agreement will constitute a waiver of any other obligation or provision and no waiver of a breach of any obligation or provision will constitute a waiver of another breach of the same obligation or provision. This Agreement, including its interpretation and jurisdiction for enforcement, will be governed by the laws of the United States of America and the State of Michigan, and both Company and Consultant agree to exclusive jurisdiction and venue in Oakland County, Michigan. If any provision or part of a provision of this Agreement is held unenforceable, the remaining provision will remain enforceable and any court of competent jurisdiction may reform this Agreement to accomplish the intent of the parties.
16.Covenant Not to Sue. The Consultant agrees not to bring, file, charge, claim, sue or cause, assist, voluntarily join in or reap any economic or other benefit from, or as a result of, any action, cause of action, or proceeding regarding or in any way related to any claims related to this agreement or with respect to the Consultant’s relationship with the Company.
17.Non-Disparagement. The Consultant agrees now, and after the relationship with Company is terminated, not to disparage or defame the Company in any respect or to make any derogatory comments, whether written or oral, regarding the Company or its current or former officers, directors, employees, attorneys, agents, contracting parties or consultants, or its business or operations.
18.REASONABLENESS OF RESTRICTIONS ON COMPETITION I HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT THE COVENANTS CONTAINED IN THIS AGREEMENT (including but not limited to sections 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 12, and 14) ARE FAIR, REASONABLE AND NECESSARY AS CONSIDERATION FOR THE COMPANY'S EXTENSION OF THE VALUABLE TRADEMARK RIGHTS, BUSINESS METHODS, COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS AND IN ORDER TO PROTECT THE COMPANY'S TRADE SECRETS, OTHER CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION, AND TO PROTECT ITS LEGITIMATE BUSINESS INTERESTS. IT IS THE DESIRE AND INTENT OF THE PARTIES THAT THE PROVISIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT SHALL BE ENFORCED TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF WYOMING.
19.Signatures. Consultant and Company agree that this Agreement can be accepted by any of the following methods:
(A)by electronic transmission of the "I Agree" displayed on the internet web site of the Company;
(B) by original signature. Company shall return a copy of the signed Agreement to Consultant upon request.
20. Duty to Comply with Code of Conduct
Canna Closet is growing into a leading force as a result of an unwavering commitment to building a respected image within the industry and among customers. This has been obtained through the actions of the Corporate Office as well as every Consultant representing the company. All Canna Closet Consultants are expected to follow the Canna Closet Code of Conduct:
Consultants dress in professional business attire for all Corporately-sponsored events, unless casual attire is specified. Dress is tasteful and appropriate even when casual in nature.
Consultants use appropriate language at all times and avoid slang, derogatory and/or profane terms.
Consultants respect others personal space and avoid inappropriate body contact.
Canna Closet Consultants accept that each person is entitled to their own opinion and views. Consultants do not speak negatively about another Consultant or make that individual feel uncomfortable when their approach differs from their own.
When consuming alcohol or Cannabis at any Corporate-sponsored event or trips, Consultants are fully responsible for their actions and must know their limits.
Consultants maintain and share a positive attitude.
Consultants treat other Canna Closet Consultants and members of the Corporate Office staff with the utmost respect and professionalism, voicing concerns or questions in private and appropriate times.
Concerns regarding policies or procedures shall not be addressed to members of the Corporate Office publicly during events, meetings or other public forums.
Consultants follow Canna Closet general Marketing policies and procedures.
Consultants provide transparent information regarding price, delivery, usage suggestions, quality and order processing.
Consultants are fair and ethical in dealing with all business transactions and situations. Consultants handle monies responsibly and fulfill orders in a timely fashion in accordance with the policies set forth in the Consultant Guide and in the Consultant Agreement.
Consultants shall not make any claims with respect to Canna Closet products regarding their ability to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical condition.
Consultants respect each customer’s privacy and provide confidential order processing. Consultants do not solicit known existing clientele of other Consultants.
A Consultant never encourages a Host, Hostess, customer or new Consultant to stop doing business with another Canna Closet Consultant.
Consultants refrain from deceptive or unethical sponsoring practices.
Consultants do not approach, directly or indirectly, other Canna Closet Consultants with thoughts of transferring to another Party Plan or Direct Sales company. Such steps will result in immediate cessation of benefits at the discretion of the Corporate Office.
21. Payment Authorization. I acknowledge that I am joining Canna Closet. I authorize Canna Closet to charge my card for the amount I select below.