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Join the Tot Squad Revolution

Dream of owning your own business or know someone who wants to? Tot Squad is now offering franchises nationwide, with some predesigned territories right here in Southern California.

Tot Squad comes to the rescue of busy parents by offering:

- Car seat and stroller cleaning

- Car seat installations

- Stroller repairs

We bring our grime-fighting super powers to different retail locations daily and also make house calls. We are the only major baby gear service that offers car seat installations by certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians and are an authorized service repair center for Bugaboo, Orbit and Maclaren strollers.

Enjoy being your own boss and coming to the rescue of other busy parents. Tot Squad's business is booming - join the revolution!

Know someone else who might be interested in starting a Tot Squad franchise? We are offering a $500 referral bonus* if you introduce us to a prospective candidate who ultimately buys a franchise!

Visit our franchise page for more information.

*RULES: REFERRAL BONUS & NON CIRCUMVENTION AGREEMENT

This Referral and Non-Circumvention Agreement (“Agreement”) will be between FirmA (“FirmA”), a California corporation, and FirmB (“FIRMB”), an individual. WHEREAS, FirmA and FIRMB (hereinafter referred to as “the Parties” collectively and “Party” individually) will conform to a Confidentiality Agreement and in order to enhance their business opportunities; NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises herein exchanged, the sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the Parties will agree to client and customer referrals, non-circumvention and non-solicitation in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth herein.

1. Confidential Information. The content of a future Confidentiality Agreement is hereby incorporated by reference.

2. Definitions:

(a) An “Offer” is any service, product or any combination thereof.

(b) A “Competitive Offer” is an Offer the sale of which to a client or customer of one Party reasonably prevents the sale to that client or customer of a similar Offer by the other Party.

(c) A “Non-competitive Offer” is any Offer that is not a Competitive Offer.

(d) “Realized Revenue” is revenue net of refunds and client-reimbursed expenses, including by way of example and not limitation, travel expenses, paid by a client to a Party in exchange for an Offer.

(e) An “Introducing Party” is a Party who, with the prior consent of the other Party, introduces, by means of telecommunications or in-person communications and with reference to business matters, the other Party to a client or customer with whom the Receiving Party had no business contact prior to the introduction.

(f) A “Receiving Party” is a Party who, by its prior consent, accepts an introduction to a client or customer by the Introducing Party.

(g) “Joint Delivery” is the provision by both of the Parties jointly of an Offer to the same client via the same client contract.

(h) “Solitary Delivery” is the provision of an Offer solely by 1 of the Parties, even after an introduction by the other Party or lack thereof.

3. Mutual Referrals to Clients. A Receiving Party shall pay to an Introducing Party $500,

(a) solely from Solitary Delivery of Non-Competitive Offers to the introduced client, and that is

(b) generated within 1 year of the introduction.

(c) based on the conclusion and signing of all franchise legal documents

Such payment (“Referral Fee”) shall be deemed full consideration for the introduction. No Receiving Party shall be liable to pay any Referral Fee where the Receiving Party has no Realized Revenue from Solitary Delivery to the introduced client within 1 year of the introduction, nor shall a Referral Fee be due on Realized Revenue from Joint Delivery.