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This page should not be shared with members outside the web development team.Parade Application 2018 Step 1 of 616%Organization InformationOrganization, Business or Group NameContact Name*Contact Email* Contact Number*Mailing Address* Street Address Address Line 2 City AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingArmed Forces AmericasArmed Forces EuropeArmed Forces Pacific State ZIP Code Website PricingLate Entry Pricing Applies Starting May 16 @ 12:00am PSTEntrant Type*Individual or GroupBusinessBusiness Type*Non-profit ($300)Small Business ($550)Large Business ($650)Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)*Required for Non-profit Businesses. Format: ##-#######NPOs and Small Businesses may submit up to 25 units into the Parade. Do you want to enter more than 25 units?*YesNoLarge Businesses may submit up to 50 units into the Parade. Do you want to enter more than 50 units?*YesNoBicycle*How many bicycles are you entering? Enter 0 if none. Price: $10.00 Quantity: Motorcycle*How many motorcycles are you entering? Enter 0 if none. Price: $30.00 Quantity: Marching*How many marchers are you entering? Enter 0 if none. Price: $65.00 Quantity: Float / Decorated Vehicle*How many floats or decorated vehicles are you entering? Enter 0 if none. Price: $50.00 Quantity: Estimated Total $0.00 Insurance and LiabilityAre You Entering Any of the Following?*A VehicleA Decorated FloatBoth a Vehicle and a Decorated FloatI'm not entering a Vehicle or FloatVehicle Year*Please enter a value less than or equal to 2019.Vehicle Make and Model*Description of Float*You must be fully insured to operate said vehicle/float and, specifically, you must carry liability insurance to cover property damage and physical injuries to others. Furthermore, you must have the proper extinguisher for your unit in case of a fire and a First-Aid Kit for any emergency. Float Vehicle operators and participants are required to take direction from the Parade Staff, other Orange County LGBT Pride officials and the Santa Ana Police Department as required.Driver's License #*Insurance Company*Insurance Policy #*Insurance Policy Expiration Date* Announcer InformationParade Announcer's Information*To assist our Parade announcers in properly introducing your entry in our Parade, please take a moment to tell us about your business/organization. Please make sure that it is no longer than 40 seconds. We will do our best with the information you provide, however we cannot guarantee that everything you type here will be announced. Parade Rules & Regulations1. Application & Entry Fees – All parade applications and fees must be received and paid in full by June 18, 2018. 2. Insurance & Driver’s License – Each vehicle that enters the parade line-up area and/or participates in the parade must have liability insurance and its driver must have a valid driver’s license copies, of which, must be submitted to the Parade Committee. If you are renting a vehicle you may turn in all information at parade check in on June 23, 2018. 3. Emergency Traffic Lanes – Emergency traffic lanes must remain open at all times. These lanes exist in both the staging area and on the parade route and are clearly marked. It is unlawful to park vehicles, decorate units, practice routines, wait or encumber these emergency lanes in any manner at any time. 4. Drugs & Alcohol – Drugs and alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited in the entire pre-parade assembly area, as well as on the parade route. Participants who are found to have any drugs or alcohol in their possession or found to be under the influence of such, will be removed and their unit will be disqualified from award contention. Please discourage your participants from consuming any alcohol or drugs prior to, or during, the parade. 5. Parade Handouts/Throwing Items From Your Unit – Due to the danger of physical injury, insurance requirements and littering problems/fines and disregard of safety regulations by previous parade entrants, all parade participants are forbidden from throwing anything from their unit. Likewise, participants must not, in any fashion, encourage viewers to come out onto the parade route. PLEASE NOTE THAT ANY GROUP FOUND TO BE THROWING ANYTHING FROM THEIR UNIT WILL BE DISQUALIFIED FROM JUDGING AND MAY NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SUCCESSIVE PARADES. YOU MUST DISTRIBUTE HANDOUTS VIA HAND PASS ONLY. 6. Performances – Performances that require your unit to stop or slow down and perform are subject to the following restrictions: (1) performances can only occur at the designated locations to be provided to you in your confirmation package; and (2) performances cannot last longer than three (3) minutes. Violations of this restriction are cause for removal and possible ban from future events. 7. Overcrowded Vehicles – Orange County LGBT Pride reserves the right to remove persons from any float or vehicular unit, which is determined to be overcrowded to such an extent that the unit may break down or cause injury to participants, volunteers or spectators. 8. Indemnify & Hold Harmless – All applicants are responsible for all acts and/or omissions on their part or on the part of their agents, volunteers and/or employees that may result in the injury or damage to themselves their agents, employees or to third parties. Applicant specifically agrees to indemnify and to hold Orange County LGBT Pride, its agents, servants and employees free and harmless and to defend it/them from all claims arising out of any such acts or omissions. 9. Nudity & Obscenity – Nudity and/or obscenity are not permitted. Any unit, or the participants thereon, not in compliance will be removed from the parade route, be subject to intervention by law enforcement officials and/or forfeit their chances to participate in future parades. 10. Check-In – Check-In will be between 9:00am PST and 10:00am PST. Any entry checking in after 10:00am PST will be bumped to the end of the parade line up. PLEASE NOTE: STEP-OFF TIME WILL BEGIN AT 11:00am PST AND ALL ENTRIES MUST BE READY BY THIS TIME. 11. Verification - A member of the parade committee will verify your application is complete and all fees are paid before assigning you a line up position. Paperwork should be completed prior to the mandatory parade meeting. A member of the Parade Committee will contact you via email should your application need additional information for consideration. 12. Setup - You are responsible for all the items that you brought with you and you must take them with you when you leave. Please remember, the parade finishes at a location different than the staging area. If you are decorating your entry please remember to bring all materials you need, Orange County LGBT Pride will not provide forgotten/missing materials for your entry’s decor. 13. Entry Numbers - Entry numbers will be provided by the parade committee and will be used by emcee’s and judges to correctly identify your entry. Please place your entry number on the front right side of your entry as follows: o Walking Banner: in front of entry, right side of banner o Decorated Vehicle: right side of front windshield o Decorated Floats: front right side of your float 14. Signs & Banners - To better facilitate parade announcements and TV coverage, a sign or banner providing the name of the organization/business must precede each entry participating in the parade or the entry should have the name prominently displayed on their vehicle. The parade position number presented during check-in must be attached to your banner or vehicle window or carried by your designated parade liaison, whichever is most visible to announcers and video cameras. 15. Marching Together - Groups desiring to march with other groups must make this known to the parade committee chairperson by submitting an email to email@example.com . All requests for such arrangements will be met to the best of our ability but are not guaranteed. No unit can participate alone or as part of another unit without pre-parade registration with Orange County LGBT Pride. 16. Be Prepared for Step Off - All units must be ready to move, on cue into the parade or the next unit will proceed. The delayed unit will proceed only at the next convenient time as determined by Orange County LGBT Pride parade starter. 17. Vehicles - All vehicles must have someone present at each vehicle with a key always in case the vehicle must be moved. All vehicles are required to be in good operating condition, able to navigate the entire parade route and able to negotiate all turns. 18. Vehicle Breakdown - Towing charges for any unit that breaks down will be at the applicant’s expense. Any fees associated with repairs, or law enforcement citations are the responsibility of the person signing the parade application. 19. Flow of Parade - All entries/entrants are required to maintain a continuous forward motion during the parade. No stopping unless directed by Orange County LGBT Pride officials. Entries may only stop and perform for 30 seconds outside of predesignated performance areas and three (3) minutes in predesignated areas and with only a pre-approved performance. Parade monitors will assist in maintaining a consistent flow of traffic for the duration of the parade. No gaps between parade contingents of more than 50 feet, PLEASE 20. Wheel Walkers/Unit Liaisons - All units are required to supply liaisons to Orange County LGBT Pride. All units with moving vehicles must supply a wheel walker for each vehicle. Their role is to 1) assist in the safety of those around the vehicle, specifically keeping the area in front of vehicle clear of pedestrians; 2) assist in movement and pacing in the parade of all vehicles and marchers belonging to their unit and 3) facilitate the progress and safety of the parade in general. 21. Removal of Participants - Orange County LGBT Pride reserves the right to remove any persons or unit from the pre-parade assembly area or parade that, in Orange County LGBT Pride’s opinion, is offensive, a hindrance to the progress of the parade, places other participants or spectators in physical danger or violates any regulations in this application. 22. Orange County LGBT Pride Rights - Orange County LGBT Pride presents the Orange County LGBT Pride Parade for the public as an educational & entertainment event and reserves all rights as producers. Any reproduction, broadcast or commercial use of any portion of this event, in whole or in part, in any form is strictly prohibited. 23. Respect Others - Orange County LGBT Pride requests that all parade participants show respect for all ages, races, cultures, creeds, gender and sexual orientations and refrain from anything that would demean any segment of our community. Orange County LGBT Pride urges all entrants to maintain a high degree of sensitivity to and compassion for the feelings, values and views of others. 24. Animals in the Parade - Any entry considering use of live animals must provide clean up service for all waste created by animals. Waste cannot be left on the streets. You are also required to be pre-approved by the parade committee before submitting your application. Pre-approval may be obtained by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. 25. Personal Safety - All parade participants should be aware of the possibility of heat exhaustion and/or stroke. Each participant should be made aware of the hazards associated with a marching unit and its participation in the parade. All entrants are encouraged to bring water or replenishing fluids. Orange County LGBT Pride does not assume or accept responsibility for the health, well-being or safety of any parade participant. 26. Mandatory Meeting - All parade participants should be aware of the Mandatory Night Parade Meeting to be held on Monday, June 4, 2018 from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST and Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 6:00pm PST - 7:00pm PST at the Orange County Pride Office at 414 W. 4th Street, Suite K, Santa Ana, CA 92701. This meeting is MANDATORY FOR ALL PARADE CONTINGENTS and at least one representative from your group must attend one of the meetings. Both meetings will go over the same things but are held on different days to help assist all participants in attending. During this meeting, the parade committee will review staging information, rules & regulations, judging & awards and other important information. Each contingent will also meet briefly with a committee member to make sure all required forms and entry fees have been received.Do You Agree with the Parade Rules & Regulations?* Yes SignatoryI hereby confirm the information provided on this application is, to the best of my knowledge, true and correct and I further certify that I have read all of the information provided in this application including the Parade Rules & Regulations and agree to comply with ALL Terms and Conditions provided. It is agreed and understood that completion of this Parade application shall not be binding either to the applicant and/or Orange County LGBT Pride until accepted in writing by Orange County LGBT Pride.Signer's Name* First Last Signature*On mobile devices, switch to Landscape mode for more signing room. Don't worry about making it pretty 😊CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.