The following terms of this Nonexclusive License Agreement ("Agreement") apply if you create products with 250 Mils‚ design tools and/or publish a Design to be displayed and/or offered for sale on websites owned or operated by or for 250 Mils LLC (the "Site"). "Design" means any and all artwork, photographs, sketches, drawings, text, stitch files, and digital images that you send to 250 Mils for placement on the Site or on physical or electronic products made by or for 250 Mils ("Products").
By uploading Designs to the Site or creating Designs with 250 Mils‚ design tools, you grant the following licenses to 250 Mils: the nonexclusive, worldwide, transferable, sublicensable right to use, reproduce, publicly display, sell, and distribute the Design in or on Products and in advertising, marketing, samples, and promotional materials for the purpose of promoting the Site and Products; and the right to make modifications to your Design. If you select the "customizable" option, you also agree that 250 Mils and its customers may make changes to the Design for the purposes of creating and ordering Products.
At the time you publish a Product, you will be asked to provide information (title, description, tags, categories) about your Design so that visitors to the Site can search and find relevant products. You will make best efforts to provide accurate, non-misleading information about your Designs and you will not submit unrelated information in connection with your Design for any purpose. If 250 Mils determines that information is misleading or inaccurate or that it violates the rights of a third party, 250 Mils may delete such information or your Design, in its sole discretion.
250 Mils determines the price at which Products are sold on the Site and affiliated sites.
This Agreement supplements the 250 Mils User Agreement, which is incorporated by this reference.
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