Terms and Conditions
Updated October 2019
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a. ‘Event’ – The Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast
b. ‘Ticket Registration’ – the process of individuals or organisations supplying required name and payment information to confirm a single seat or table of 10 seats to the event for the date and location advertised on our website.
c. ‘You’, ‘Your’ – the person, firm or organisation engaging our services.
d. ‘We’, ‘Us’ – Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast ABN: 54 630 230 865.
e. ‘Committee’ – volunteers who arrange, organise, promote, and manage the event.
f. ‘Our website and URLs’
g. ‘Our sponsors’ – businesses paying a sponsorship fee to support the Event and to promote their services or products, and businesses we work with to provide same.
a. The Prayer Breakfast is an annual event held at the Grand Chancellor, Hobart, with people primarily from across the State attending. This includes men and women from churches, State and Federal parliamentarians, heads of churches, leaders in local government, senior public servants, local Councillors, prominent Tasmanian business people, and community leaders.
b. The program for the breakfast includes:
i. a key-note speech by a recognised public figure who has made a significant professional and leadership contribution in their sphere of influence. They will be sharing something of the story of their lives, upbringing, and experiences, and the impact faith has had on their life and leadership;
ii. prayers will be delivered by a representative cross-section of attendees;
iii. musical items by local schools and artists;
iv. breakfast and refreshments.
Tickets and Registration
a. The fees in respect of tickets and registration to the event will be specified on our website.
b. Tickets are sold in units of singles (individual seats) and tables (seating for 10 people).
c. Tickets will be available for a discounted price up to and including the advertised early bird cut-off date on our website. After the cut-off date, tickets will revert to the standard rate and will be available until the final date of sale as advertised on our website.
d. We reserve the right to change our ticket prices at any time.
e. Tickets to the event must be registered and paid for in full and in advance before the advertised final date of sale.
f. An invoice/receipt will be issued automatically by email at the time of registration and purchase. If you do not receive an invoice/receipt, contact the office for a copy.
g. We are not registered for GST and there is no GST included in the ticket prices.
h. Ticket registration and purchase apply to the advertised year of the breakfast and may not be transferred or used for future Prayer Breakfasts.
Limits of Our Liability
a. The Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast does not accept any liability for non‐completion of the event or for any delays arising as a result of strikes, riots or lockouts, adverse weather conditions, loss, damage or cancellation due to fire, flood or any other cause beyond its control.
b. In the case of non-completion of the event, any refund of the ticket purchases will be considered and determined upon the costs incurred and the nature of the cancellation.
c. The liability of the event committee in respect of any breach of the contract, including any applied terms, shall not extend to any consequential loss whatsoever suffered by the client or their guests.
d. The Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast or any of its committees or volunteers shall not be held responsible for any loss, damage or theft of the attendee’s possessions or exhibitor stand or products.
e. We hire a venue to conduct and host the event and as such we and all registrants of tickets and attendees are bound to the venue’s Code of Conduct of patrons.
a. No photography, audio or video recording is allowed during the event unless otherwise stated by the event committee.
b. You acknowledge a professional photographer will be taking pictures during the event for marketing and historical use and give permission for the use any photographs. Attendees should contact the event office if permission is not given to use any photographs.
c. You agree to indemnify, defend and hold us and our partners, committee, volunteers, and affiliates harmless from any liability, loss, claim, and expense, including reasonable legal fees, related to your violation of this Agreement or use of the Site.
Refunds and Cancellations
a. If you have registered and paid for tickets and for any reason you will be unable to attend the event, please contact the office.
b. If you registered and paid for tickets and for any reason you were not able to attend the event, please contact the office.
a. The Tasmanian Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast Committee may add, withdraw or substitute artists and/or vary advertised programs, event times, seating arrangements and audience capacity without prior notice.
Prayer Breakfast Office
Phone: 0407 499 456