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A trade promotion lottery occurs when an organisation, whether it is a business, community or charitable organisation, promotes its products or services or purpose by offering prizes to winners. There is normally an element of chance, like a random draw from entries.
Organisations running trade promotions need to consider key issues like where their promotion is running, whether they need a permit in the states where the promotion is running, and whether they are meeting other requirements like having appropriate competition terms and conditions.
The Not-for-profit Law resources cover:
- what is a trade promotion lottery?
- when is a permit needed and how do to get one?
- issues to consider when running online trade promotions
- national trade promotions, and
- Trade Promotions Checklist.
A trade promotion lottery occurs when an organisation promotes its products or services by offering prizes to winners selected by an element of chance (like a raffle).
The following fact sheet summarises the legal issues for not-for-profit organisations to be aware of when conducting trade promotion lotteries in South Australia.