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Secure Event Date Deposit

DEPOSIT APPLIED TO INVOICE

  • 2 hours
  • 200 US dollars
  • Customer's Place

Service Description

This deposit is to secure your time slow and ensure out team and services are at the dedicated location a the correct time. Your deposit will indeed be applied to your total a balance. We can't wait to see you and bring joy and laughter. Please put event address here:


Contact Details

646-362-9155

info@nunuplayhouse.com

#170598 539 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA


Cancellation Policy

Payments can be made Via Zelle to: info@nunuplayhouse.com Wire transfer or check made payable to: Kidding With Kids Management LLC To book Show 50% deposit is required. Payment is due 7 business days before show date. If you have any questions concerning this invoice, contact 718-892-0760 | Info@nunuplayhouse.com Fully Insured Thank You For Your Business! 1) Terms of Payment: Payment for entertainment provided by KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE will be processed as follows: · Payments: Payments must be made via wire transfer from bank to bank. A representative from KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE will provide payment details to purchaser. - KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE ENTERTAINMENT CONTRACT RIDER The terms and provisions of this KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE Entertainment Contract Rider (“the Rider”) are incorporated by reference into the attached, (“the Contract”), between(“Purchaser”) and KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE (“Entertainment”). - The parties to this Rider and the Contract intend the relationship between them to be one of a business and customer. The customer is the Purchaser per this contract. No employee, agent, servant, representative, or contractor of the entertainment shall be, or shall be deemed to be, an employee, agent, servant, representative or contractor of Purchaser. The manner means and methods of providing the services contemplated in the Contract and the Rider are to be under the sole direction and control of the Entertainer. - None of the benefits provided by an employer to its employees, including but not limited to any wages or compensation, workers’ compensation insurance or unemployment insurance shall be available from or through Entertainer to Purchaser. - Purchaser represents and warrants that it has in place and will maintain in effect throughout the contract term insurance in an amount sufficient to cover Purchaser’s guests and its employees, agents, servants, contractors and representatives. - Purchaser cannot file a class action lawsuit. Purchaser waives the right to enter into a class action lawsuit. - Any dispute between Entertainment and Purchaser concerning the validity, construction and/or effect of the Contract and/or this Rider shall be resolved by arbitration within the State of New York and borough of Kings County. – Class Action Waiver: The parties agree that any claims will be adjudicated on an individual basis, and each waive the right to participate in a class, collective, or other joint action with respect to the claims. Any proceedings to resolve or litigate any dispute in any forum will be conducted solely on an individual basis. Any arbitration under these Terms and Conditions will take place on an individual basis; class arbitrations and class/representative/collective actions are not permitted. No arbitration or proceeding will be combined with another without the prior written consent of all parties to all affected arbitration or proceedings. The parties agree that a party my bring claims against the other only in each’s individual capacity, and not as a plaintiff or class member in any putative class, collective and/ or representative proceeding, such as in the form of a private attorney action against the other. Further, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one person’s claims and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. – Purchaser hereby submits to arbitration within the State of New York, Kings County, and knowingly and voluntarily waives the right to later challenge the same in any forum. 7. If an Act of God, nature, war, riots, epidemics, strikes, an act (or order) of public authority, on-sight mechanical difficulties (e.g., a power failure) should render the contract impossible seven (7) business days prior to Entertainment, Purchaser is not responsible for the balance of the contract. - If Entertainment is canceled by Purchaser without any acts of Entertainment, Purchaser is responsible for the balance of the contract. - If any actions by Purchaser or Purchaser’s employees, agents, servants, or representatives are in conflict with any policies, rules or regulations of Entertainments’ safety while Entertainment is on Purchaser’s property, and Purchaser or its employees, agents, servants, or representatives fail or refuse to correct the same upon verbal notification by Entertainer then Entertainer shall have the right to immediately terminate the performance with no refunds. - The Contract and this Rider represent the entire agreement between the parties. Any additions, deletions or revisions to the Contract and/or this Rider must be in writing and initialed by both parties in order to be valid. - Any damage to Entertainment property (equipment) or any rented equipment which results from the acts or omissions of Purchaser and/or its employees, agents, servants, representatives or contractors shall be the responsibility of Purchaser and payment for any such damage shall be made by Purchaser within thirty (30) days of written notification of the damage by Entertainment. - In the event of any conflict, inconsistency or incongruity between the terms of the Contract and this Rider, the terms and provisions of this Contract and Rider shall in all respects govern and control. - In signing the Contract and this Rider, the undersigned parties hereby represent and warrant that they are duly authorized representatives of the person or entity for which they sign and legally entitled to enter binding contracts on its behalf; that they have read this entire document; that they understand the terms and provisions of this document; that they know this document will affect their legal rights and/or those of the person or entity they represent; and that they have signed this document knowingly and voluntarily. - In signing the Contract and this Rider, the undersigned parties hereby represent and warrant that they fully understand the terms of this Contract and Rider. - At no time may Entertainment be personally liable and/or sued personally. - RELATIONSHIP OF BUSINESS AND CUSTOMER ESTABLISHED: It is mutually understood and agreed by the parties that a business and customer (purchaser) relationship is hereby established under the terms and conditions of this Contract. - RIGHT TO NAME AND PHOTOGRAPH: The Purchaser is required obtain prior permission from Entertainment the right to use the Entertainment’s name, photograph, social media and likeness in, and in connection with, all forms of advertising, information programs, promotional material and any and all other materials, including audio and/or video recordings, to promote Entertainment’s company or activity or in any instructional or information materials derived directly from and credited to the program or activity. - IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned parties have set their respective hands on the Date of Agreement recited in the attached Agreement: Questions regarding the Contract should be directed to: KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE 539 ATLANTIC AVENUE, # 170598, BROOKLYN, N.Y. 11217 NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT In exchange for valuable consideration, which is expressly acknowledged I (hereinafter “Confidant) and (Entertainer) KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE (hereinafter “Proprietor"), have agreed to the following non-disclosure terms. Confidant and Proprietor acknowledge and agree that both parties have discussed several employment opportunities (“Opportunities”) presented by Proprietor in connection with Proprietor's principle, whose professional monikers are KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE(concerning certain professional and employment endeavors in connection with KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE. In that regard, the parties recognize that there is a need for certain information to be disclosed between them. As an express condition to such disclosure, the parties agree as follows: - 1. Non-Disclosure and Limited Use. Confidant shall hold all personal or professional information (Confidential Information) received from Proprietor KIDDING WITH KIDS MANAGEMENT LLC D/B/A NUNU PLAYHOUSE in strict confidence and shall not disclose any such Confidential information to any third party whatsoever. Where Confidant is an individual, Confidant shall not disclose any Confidential Information received from Proprietor to any other party (including other colleagues, associates or clients of Confidant) without the prior written consent of Proprietor. Where Confidant is a company or other type of organization, Confidant shall disclose Confidential Information received from Proprietor only to specific individuals specified by Proprietor in writing who (i) need to know such Confidential Information to evaluate the opportunity and (ii)have agreed in writing to be bound by this Agreement and not to disclose such Confidential Information to any other party whatsoever without Proprietor's express written consent. Confidant shall not use any Confidential Information provided by Proprietor for its own or any other person's benefit or for any other purpose except to evaluate the Opportunity and/or for the purpose of providing professional advice and consultation to Proprietor. Confidant shall take all measures to prevent the unauthorized disclosure or use of Confidential Information provided by Proprietor. - 2. Description of Confidential Information.“ Confidential Information” means all information disclosed by Proprietor to Confidant or received by Confidant as a result of being in the proximity, professional or personal space of Proprietor (in writing, orally or in any other form ), including knowledge obtained, including but not limited to, ideas, concepts, trade secrets, speaking engagements, advertisement agreements/ campaigns, online content, App Development, and the inner workings of the Proprietor's company, including but not limited to business plans, product ideas, marketing concepts, financial information and projection, whether or not having protection under laws and however furnished or received, and whether or not marked or identified as confidential or proprietary information. “Confidential Information” does not include information that is or becomes publicly known through no wrongful act of the party sought to be bound hereby (or any of its employees, if applicable), has been approved for release by written authorization of the originating party, or has been disclosed pursuant to a requirement of a Government agency or of law. - 3. Remedies. Confidant further agrees the unauthorized disclosure or use by it of Confidential Information received from Proprietor will cause irreparable harm and significant injury to the other that may be difficult to ascertain. Accordingly, each party agrees that the other shall be entitled to equitable relief, including an immediate injunction enjoining any breach by it of this agreement, in addition to all other remedies available to such party at law or in equity. - 4. Return of Materials. Upon conclusion or termination of discussions between the parties, or at any time at the request of Proprietor, all materials containing or reflecting any Confidential Information, including any notes, extracts, memorandums, articles, emails, phone numbers, client lists, analyses or reproductions, in a whole or in part, and in any form whatsoever (including any such information retained on any form of computer media) shall be returned immediately to the Proprietor. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, all Confidential Materials and Confidential Information shall remain confidential and subject to the terms of this Agreement in perpetuity - 5. Choice of Law. This Non-Disclosure Agreement and any disputes arising from this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York. Any disputes arising from this Agreement shall be adjudicated in the State of New York, County of Kings. If there is a federal question or an issue of diversity, all parties agree that any dispute arising from this Agreement shall be governed by the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York. - AGREED TO AND ACCEPTED


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