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Cancellation policy

By registering for any programs, classes, workshops for events you agree to the following terms and conditions

 

When you cancel an event/class...

Unless otherwise specified, all cancellations must be made in writing and will be accepted up to 2 business days before the event.  In most circumstances, with certain exceptions, event registrations may be transferred to another individual within your company.  All no shows and late cancellations will be charged full price of the event and no refunds will be honored. 

Some events or classes may have specific cancellation policies that differ from the policy above. 

When an event or class is postponed...

GDAA will always make every effort to hold events on the dates they were originally scheduled.  In the event of extreme weather conditions or other extreme circumstances the date of the event may be postponed.  The cancellation policy will still be in effect unless hardship or conflict with the rescheduled date(s) can be clearly demonstrated.  In most circumstances, tickets may still be transferred to an individual(s) within your company.

When an event or class is canceled...
In certain rare circumstances, it may be necessary for the GDAA to cancel classes, programs, or events.  Should a class, program, or event be canceled by the association, all prepaid registrations will be refunded or credited to the member account.  The decision to cancel or postpone an event shall be at GDAA's sole discretion and does not entitle registrants to rights or damages resulting from the cancellation.