Asset Use Agreement

By downloading, copying or making any use of any image, video, or logo, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and agree to this Asset Use Agreement. If you do not agree to these terms, do not copy or use the assets in any way without express written permission from the Washington County Tourism Office. These images and assets are provided by the Washington County Tourism Office for your “royalty free” usage.

You may use these assets to promote Washington County, Utah Tourism within your business in the following media:

  • Promotional/advertising materials,
  • editorial and catalog layouts,
  • web and online design,
  • multimedia presentations and video/film productions or broadcasts.

When images are used, the photographer and/or Washington County Tourism Office (Courtesy of…) must be credited. Specific credits for each photo or video on each asset’s detail page. The Washington County Tourism Office reserves the right to cancel usage of these images/assets and request the termination of use of any digital files at any time. All copyright is retained by the Washington County Tourism Office. We provide these assets on an “as is” basis. You are solely responsible for your use of the assets. Any misuse of an asset or breach of this Agreement will be cause for the Washington County Tourism Office to discontinue providing these assets to you for future use.

Credit

All published (electronic or print) images must be accompanied by a legible copyright notice to Photographer and Image caption.

Alterations

Asset users will not alter images in a way that would falsify or misrepresent the original image. No additions or custom photoshop work may be done.

Transfer and Assignment

Washington County Tourism Office Asset users may not assign or transfer this agreement or any rights granted under it. No amendment or waiver of any terms is binding unless set forth in writing and signed by all parties—Asset User, Washington County Tourism Office, and Photographer. This agreement incorporates by reference Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code and the Copyright Act of 1976, as amended. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the parties intend that this agreement shall not be governed by or subject to the UCITA of any state.

Revised February 12, 2019