Hamilton Crossings Gathering Area Registration FormRM_StatsFirst Name *Last Name *Company NameEmail *Phone Number *Street #1 *Street #2City *State *Select an optionAlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingZip Code *Which gathering area are you interested in? *Select an optionGathering area A (near Shelby)Gathering area B (near Chipotle)Gathering area C (near Core Life)For what purpose do you intend to use the gathering area? *What date would you like to request for usage? *What time would you like to request for usage? *Duration of Event *Select an optionLess than 1 hour1 hour2 hours3 hours4 hours5 hours6 hours7 hours8 hoursExpected Number of Attendees *Please read and click here to acknowledge the following rules and regulations *Click here to acknowledgeHAMILTON CROSSINGS RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Condition of Premises and Surrounding Area. Licensee shall continually keep the Premises, and any tables or other items as Licensee may have at the Premises, in a neat, clean and attractive manner. No boxes, trash, backup stock or personal items shall be visible to customers at any time. Licensee shall continually keep the area around the Premises free of any refuse or other items originating from the Premises or arising out of Licensee’s activities thereat. Without limitation, Licensee shall not allow any substance on the floor area at or around the Premises which may cause the floor to be slippery or otherwise hazardous to persons wailing on the floor. Licensee shall promptly repair any damage to the Premises or the surrounding area caused by Licensee or arising out of Licensee\'s activities. Food and drink are not permitted in the Premises. 2. Objects at or around Premises. Licensee shall obtain Owner’s prior approval with respect to any objects Licensee intends to place on the Premises. Licensee shall not place any items outside the premises. Licensee shall not place any type of tape on the floor or on any fixture in or around the Premises. No item shall be placed on any fixture at the Center including, without limitation, on fountains, cans, planters, walks, columns, banisters or railings. 3. Laws, Permits and Licenses. Licensee shall obtain prior to the beginning of the Term all necessary permits and licenses necessary or appropriate to the activities Licensee shall be carrying on at the Premises, and shall at all times comply with all applicable laws, codes, rules, regulations and other governmental and municipal requirements. 4. Contact with Floor. Except where otherwise specifically permitted by Owner, Licensee shall not permit any item lacking a rubber or soft vinyl base at its point of contact with the floor to be placed upon the floor unless the item is set on a clean, neat vinyl or rubber mat or carpet. 5. Transport of Objects. Licensee shall transport items, including vehicles, to the Premises by such route and at such times as are approved in advance by Owner. Unless Owner consents no items shall be brought to the Premises during Center operating hours. No item Licensee brings to the Premises shall be dragged across any floor or other surface. Licensee shall hand carry or use carts or dollies to transport items to the Premises and any such cart or dollies shall have rubber wheels that are at least two inches wide. 6. Work at Premises. Any type of work Licensee shall wish to perform at the Premises, including setting up or taking down of any display, and also including any type of construction work or painting, shall be subject to Owner’s advance approval and shall be performed only at such times as agreed upon by Owner. No setting up or taking down of displays or other items shall be performed during Center operating hours. 7. Personal Appearance; Conduct. Licensee and each member and employee of Licensee shall maintain a personal appearance, including attire and grooming, consistent with highest possible standards. Licensee and its members and employees shall conduct activities in a quality manner and shall not carry on any activity that may be considered offensive or which may injure the reputation of the Center in any way. No soliciting or badgering of other occupants of the Center shall be allowed. Other occupants or their customers may not be stopped as they pass by a display. Licensee shall have someone at the Premises to man Licensee’s display at all times during Center hours. 8. Security. Licensee shall be responsible for paying for Center security officers necessary for Licensee’s activities, and shall obtain Owner’s advance approval with respect thereto. 9. Signs. All signs, brochures and displays Licensee may wish to use at the Premises shall be subject to Owner’s advance written approval and any such signs, brochures and displays shall be of professional design and quality. 10. Utilities. Any utilities needed by Licensee may be supplied to Licensee by Owner for which a reasonable usage fee may be assessed by Owner. A maximum of 500 watts connected electrical load (or such lesser amount as may be safely and lawfully provided by the existing electrical circuit(s) and facilities serving the Premises) shall be allowed. Licensee shall cover any exposed electrical cords with a strip of carpet which shall be taped down with silver or gray duct tape. 11. Approvals. Whenever Owner’s approval is required hereunder, such approval shall not be effective unless granted in writing by an authorized representative of Owner or Manager. Any approval granted shall apply only to the specific matter for which approval was sought. Any such approvals may be granted or withheld in Owner’s sole discretion. 12. Noises, Odors and Other Matters. Licensee shall not permit any noises, music, odors and other matters to occur at or about the Premises so as to bother or annoy other occupants of the Center or members of the public. 13. Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages. If any consumption of alcoholic beverages shall occur at the Premises, Licensee shall comply with all laws and governmental requirements, and shall include “dram shop” or liquor insurance coverage (if consumption, but not sales shall occur, only “host liquor liability insurance” is required) in the amount of at least $2,000,000 per occurrence, with Owner, Manager and their partners and agents named as additional insured. If Licensee’s caterer is not licensed to serve alcohol, Licensee must obtain a banquet permit or other applicable permit. All necessary liquor permits must be submitted to Owner in advance, and posting during the Term as required by applicable law. 14. Solicitation. No solicitation or leafleting of any type is permitted at any time at the Center.Right of entry and hold harmless agreement *Click here to acknowledgeRIGHT OF ENTRY AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT THIS RIGHT OF ENTRY AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made and entered into as of today by and between TGG/TCH-HAMILTON CROSSINGS ASSOCIATES, LP (“Owner”), with an address c/o The Goldenberg Group, Inc., 350 Sentry Parkway, Building 630, Suite 300, Blue Bell, PA 19422, and “Entering Party”. WHEREAS, Owner is the owner of certain real property known as Hamilton Crossings, located in Allentown, PA (the “Premises”); and WHEREAS, Entering Party has requested a right of entry to the Premises known as the Community Gathering Area, in order to hold an event, and Owner has agreed to grant the entry and rights described below to Entering Party subject to the terms, conditions and stipulations set forth herein. NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties hereby agree as follows: 1. Entering Party shall have the right at its sole cost and expense to enter upon the Premises for a qualifying event to take place on the date and time and for the duration entered via this online form 2. Before any such entry by Entering Party or any of its agents on the Premises, Entering Party shall obtain and thereafter during the term of this Agreement shall maintain in effect broad form commercial general liability insurance from an insurer authorized to do business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, insuring Entering Party and naming Owner as an additional insured against claims from bodily injury, death or damage to property in a single limit amount of not less than Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000). Prior to Entering Party first entry on any portion of the Premises, Entering Party shall deliver to Owner a certificate of insurance evidencing such insurance coverage and payment of the premium therefor, and further evidencing that such coverage may only be terminated or modified upon ten (10) days prior written notice to Owner from the date of acknowledgement. 3. Entering Party shall comply with all applicable laws, ordinances, rules and regulations which govern the Premises. 4. Entering Party shall indemnify, defend and hold Owner and its agents, partners, members, directors, officers, managers, employees, and representatives free and harmless from any damages or liability or claims of damages to persons or property that arise or are alleged to arise from any inspection or other activity undertaken on the Premises by Entering Party, its agents and employees (such indemnification and hold harmless not being intended to apply to the mere discovery of a condition at the Premises). Notwithstanding anything set forth herein to the contrary, the obligations of Entering Party in this Section 4 shall survive the termination of this Agreement. 5. Entering Party shall promptly restore the Premises to its original condition following any activities of Entering Party and its agents under this Agreement. 6. Entering Party shall not suffer, permit or cause any mechanic’s, materialman’s or other similar lien or claim of lien to be filed against Owner or any portion of the Premises on account of any such work, labor or service. 7. The term of this Agreement shall commence on the date of complete execution hereof. 8. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of each of the parties hereto and their respective successor and assigns. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement as of the date hereof. TGG/TCH-Hamilton Crossings Associates, LP, a Pennsylvania limited partnership (“Owner”) By: TGG Hamilton Crossings General, LLC, a Pennsylvania limited liability company, its general partner By: Jeremy Fogel, Vice President Acknowledgement by clicking the box above and providing name below qualifies as a legal signature by the “Entering Party.”Print Signature *Please enter your print signature (full name) to confirm that you have read and agree to all conditions provided aboveThank you for your interest. All requests will be reviewed and approved by a Goldenberg representative.If you have any questions, please contact Carol DeLeon Ulrich at 610.260.4091 or firstname.lastname@example.org.