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Advertising Policy

Acceptance of Advertising

The publisher reserves the right to refuse any advertisement that, in the opinion of CCA, is unethical, makes extravagant claims, misrepresents,
is unfair or harmful to other advertisers; violates postal, anti-trust or U.S. currency regulations; or is deemed inconsistent with the objectives of the CCA.

Indemnification by Advertisers

Advertiser agrees to indemnify and protect CCA from any claims or expenses resulting from the advertiser's unauthorized use of any name, photograph, sketch, art or words protected by copyright or registered trademark or registered trade name.

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Art Services

Design and layout services are available to advertisers for ads that appear in the California Chiropractic Association Journal. Art services are billed at $85/hour with a one-hour minimum. In order to meet submission deadlines, please allow additional time for art services. Contact C&S Publishing for original art creation, including Flash animation, at (916) 729-5432 or email to: CandSpublishing@gmail.com

Advertising Policy

The California Chiropractic Association (CCA) welcomes advertising in its publications and sets forth the following guidelines to ensure that advertisers reach their target markets properly and that publication recipients receive full and appropriate information about advertised products.

The appearance of advertising in the Journal is neither a guarantee nor an endorsement of the product or claims made by the advertiser.

Advertising should be factual, attractive and designed to provide useful product or service information. The advertising shall not contain any information, statement, graphics, or general impression that may appear in any way to be untrue, fraudulent, false, deceptive, or misleading.

CCA encourages advertisements that are of interest to chiropractors as a business, or their families as consumers, or the chiropractic profession as a whole. CCA will also consider advertisements that appeal to the general populace as a whole. CCA does not accept advertisements for postgraduate and continuing education programs that CCA, at its sole discretion, deems to be in conflict (date, location, topic, etc.) with CCA-sponsored programs.

Postgraduate and continuing education programs that do not conflict with CCA-sponsored programs may be accepted for advertising so long as the program is approved and/or sponsored by CCA, the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners or other state chiropractic board, a California chiropractic college or another post-secondary educational institution having status with an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or a federal, state and/or local government department bureau, board or agency.

CCA does not accept advertisements for prescription drugs.

All submitted advertising shall be subject to the review of the CCA staff and/or the CCA Journal Advisory Board. If and when a submission is found unsuitable for publication or inclusion, the advertiser will be so advised. To avoid rejection of any given advertisement, CCA may request, at its sole discretion, that the advertisement be revised if deemed necessary.