DNP Corporate Agreement with Contract
This DELUXE NETWORK EMPLOYER AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made effective as of_______________ 20__ , by and between Deluxe Network Program L.L.C, an Idaho limited liability company (“DNP”) and (the “Employer”). In consideration of the mutual promises, terms, provisions and conditions set forth in this Agreement, the parties hereby agree as follows:
1. Network Membership. During the term of this Agreement, DNP agrees to provide to the Employer’s part time and full-time employees (the “Employees”) access to all of DNP’s participating Business Providers in network (the “Network”) pursuant to which participating businesses (the “Businesses”) have contracted with DNP to provide Members with Business Offerings (incentives, promotions or discounts; as defined below) from all of the participating professions in Network to those with DNP Memberships. In order to participate as a Member, each Member must enroll in the Network by completing and submitting to DNP an acceptable enrollment form included on the last page of this contract.
2. Term. The term of this Agreement shall commence on the date hereof and shall continue until the one (1) year anniversary hereof. This Agreement can be renewed for additional successive one (1) year terms. The vision of DNP is to build businesses and bring value to the consumer. Participating businesses are advised to Provide offerings in the form of incentives, promotions, beneficial discounts, etc., to members of the Deluxe Network Program. Nature of said Offerings are not dictated to participating business Providers by DNP, nor are they mandatory.
Notwithstanding the forgoing, DNP may terminate this Agreement at its discretion and without prior notice upon breach by Employer of the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The Employer agrees to inform its Employees in the event of termination of this Agreement.
3. Payment. The Employer shall pay DNP an annual fee (the “Annual Fee”) on the date of this Agreement. The Annual Fee for any renewal term shall be due and payable prior to the commencement of any such renewal term. The amount of the membership fee is determined by the number of Employees of the Employer according to the following schedule (must purchase a minimum of 5 employee memberships):
Number of Employees
Membership Fee Schedule
Five (5) or more Employees
$24.95 per employee, per year
Add one (1) or more Household Members
$24.95 per year
The Employer represents and warrants to DNP that all information about DNP will be made available to the current Employees. The Employer covenants, and agrees further to return to DNP, or allow a representative from DNP, to collect the employee’s portion of this contract within ten (10) days hereof.
The Employer understands that this contract is for current employees at the above named Business. Additional employees may be added for $24.95 throughout the year. However, all memberships will need to be renewed on the date of the initial corporate contract.
Any such change, if any, shall be reflected in the Annual Fee charged during the next renewal period. If such information is provided below, the Employer authorizes DNP to draw the applicable Fee from a credit card account (the “Account”). If the Employer chooses to pay by check, the Employer shall make the check payable to DNP. If the Employer chooses to pay Cash, the Employer shall receive a cash receipt from the Sales Representative. All employees of the Business may pay to add family members onto the corporate membership through the specified fees as outlined in the program.
Rights and Obligations of the Employer.
a) Business Promotions and Discounts. During the term of this Agreement, and conditioned upon the Employer timely paying the Annual Fee and this Agreement otherwise being in full force and effect, the Members shall be entitled to Offerings in the form of incentives, promotions, beneficial discounts, etc., extended by participating Business Providers.
b) To locate a participating business, Members may contact the Company at 888-567-7677 or view a list of participating Business Providers by visiting www.deluxenetworkprogram.com. If the Member doesn’t see a particular business that they are interested in, the Member may contact DNP so that they may attempt to add the business to our network; there is a business referral form on our website.
c) Verification of Member Enrollment. In order to receive Business Offerings, the Member shall be required to provide the Business with his/her membership card. The Business shall have the right to verify the Member’s active enrollment in the Network before providing Offerings. A Member’s enrollment in the Network shall terminate in the event (i) the Employer fails to timely pay the Annual Fee or
(ii) this Agreement otherwise terminates in accordance with its terms.
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c) Social Media. I understand that I must comply with the social media policies and procedures. I give DNP permission to use
pictures, news and updates that are published on my company website and social media sites.
4. Duties and Obligations of DNP.
a) Administration of Network. DNP shall use reasonable efforts to manage and administer the Network. DNP shall provide and
maintain a list of participating Business Providers on DNP website. www.deluxenetworkprogram.com
b) Membership Cards. DNP shall issue membership cards to DNP Members. Employee will receive 1 membership card for self
or 2 if they added spouse/family to their plan.
c) No Business Care Provided by DNP. The parties acknowledge and agree that nothing contained herein shall grant DNP or its
affiliates the right to direct the provision of Business Services, and that the Businesses or their licensed personnel shall have the
exclusive right to make all business decisions regarding the manner, method and time of performance of Business Offerings.
DNP makes no representations or warranties concerning the qualifications or abilities of the Business or the Business Offerings
to be provided.
5. No Partnership or Joint Venture. It is understood and agreed that this Agreement shall not be interpreted as creating any
partnership or joint venture relationship by, between or among DNP, the Network, the Business, Businesses, the Members, the
Employer, or personnel providing Business Offerings on behalf of the Businesses.
6. No Insurance Relationship. BUSINESS OFFERINGS PROVIDED PURSUANT TO THIS AGREEMENT ARE NOT
INSURANCE. It is understood and agreed that this Agreement shall not be interpreted as creating any insurance relationship by,
between or among DNP, the Network, the Businesses, the Members, the Employer, or personnel providing Business Offerings
on behalf of the Businesses. The Businesses shall be solely responsible for directly billing and collecting payment from the
Members in connection with the Business Offerings. None of DNP, the Network or the employers shall have any role
whatsoever in underwriting, collecting charges or adjusting or settling claims of Members or the Businesses in connection with
the Business Offerings.
7. Non-Exclusivity. This Agreement does not prevent DNP or the Employer from entering into similar agreements with other
a) Authority. DNP and the Employer each represent and warrant to the other that this Agreement has been duly authorized by the
managers, members, officers, or shareholders of such party (if applicable), and that this Agreement constitutes the legal, valid
and binding obligation of such party, and is enforceable against such party in accordance with its terms.
b) Entire Agreement; Amendment. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement and understanding among DNP and the
Employer with respect to participation in the Network and supersedes all prior and current understandings and agreements,
whether written or oral, with respect to the subject matter hereof. This Agreement may be modified or amended only by a
written instrument executed by DNP and the Employer.
c) Assignment. Neither party may assign its rights and responsibilities hereunder without the express written consent of the other
party, and any such attempted assignment without such written consent shall be null and void; provided, however, that in the
event DNP shall hereafter affect a reorganization, consolidation, merger or other transfer of its Network business to another
person or entity (a “Successor Entity”), DNP may assign its rights and obligations under this Agreement to such Successor Entity
without the consent of the Employer.
d) Binding Effect. The covenants and conditions contained in this Agreement shall apply to and bind the parties and their
successors and permitted assigns; provided, however, that any assignment of this Agreement shall be subject to the provision of
Section 9(c) hereof.
e) Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts by original or facsimile signature, each of which
shall be deemed an original, but all of which together shall constitute one instrument.
f) Severability. If any clause or provision of this Agreement is held to be illegal, invalid, or unenforceable under present or future
laws, or to create any partnership, joint venture or insurance relationship, then such clause or provision will be severed from this
Agreement and the Agreement will be otherwise enforced to the fullest extent permitted by law in a manner that is consistent
with the intentions of the parties hereto.
g) Waiver. The failure of either party to enforce any provisions of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver or limitation of
that party’s right to subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision of this Agreement.
h) Governing Law; Venue. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Idaho
(other than its conflict of law rules). Should any litigation be commenced between the parties concerning this Agreement or the
rights and duties of the parties in relation thereto, venue for such action shall be in Twin Falls County, Idaho. The prevailing
party in any litigation shall be entitled to recover, in addition to such other relief as may be granted, reasonable attorneys’ fees
i) Application. The application of the Deluxe Network Program, when used in conjunction with any traditional
Insurance, are only applied, after the traditional Insurance Caps have been met.
9. Information: For the purposes of the Agreement, the Member provides the following information, which DNP may use and rely
upon in its effectuation of the Agreement:
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Effective Date: 5-2-17