Advertising

Rules and Regulations of the Boy Scouts of America, Article IX, Section 2, Clause 5:
(a) Advertisements for placement in Scouting publications and other media, in addition to meeting the standards in general use by publishers of high-grade periodicals and other advertising media, must:

    (1) Relate to a service or product which could reasonably be foreseen to render some service to the audience of the advertisement, or relate in some way to the purposes of the Boy Scouts of America, and
    (2) Merit the purchase price of the article or service offered in the advertisement.
(b) No advertisement will use or display any logo, insignia, terms in common usage, or descriptive marks relating to Scouting without confirming to all currently accepted procedures and guidelines as established by the National Council, Boy Scouts of America, and interpreted in the local council policy guidelines for advertising and commercialism.

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