Entertainment. Costs of entertainment, including amusement, diversion, and social activities, and any costs directly associated with such activities (such as tickets to shows or sports events, meals, lodging, rentals, transportation, and gratuities) are unallowable.
Entertainment. Entertainment expense is not reimbursable to vendors. Entertainment includes meal expense involving AT&T personnel, golf fees, tickets to events and related incidental expenses. Hotel charges for a pay-per-view movie, individual sightseeing tours, or other individual activities (i.e., golf, sporting event, movie, etc.) are not reimbursable.
Entertainment. Employees, officers and directors shall not encourage or solicit entertainment from any individual or company with whom the Corporation does business. Entertainment includes, but is not limited to, activities such as dinner parties, theater parties, and sporting events. From time to time employees, officers and directors may accept unsolicited entertainment, but only under the following conditions:
Entertainment. Actual and reasonable entertainment expenses incurred by Authority Board members, employees and other authorized persons as described in Section 5 are allowable under this policy only when in the presence of or when physically accompanying a Business Client or authorized Guest. When incurred in the presence of a Business Client or authorized Guest, entertainment expenses shall be reimbursed for Aviation Authority members and Authorized Travelers, after approval by the approving authority as indicated under Section 4.1 herein.
Entertainment. All entertainment expenses must have a business purpose; a business discussion must occur either before, after or during the event in order to qualify for reimbursement. The highest-ranking employee present at the meal must pay for and submit entertainment expenses. An employee who submits an entertainment expense for a meal or participates in a meal submitted by another employee cannot claim a per diem for that same meal.
Entertainment. The USCA should pay for entertainment only in rare circumstances and only as necessary to conduct official USCA business. All such expenses are subject to the review and approval of the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman (Chairman of the Finance Committee in the case of expenses incurred by the Chairman) prior to reimbursement.
Entertainment. While perhaps at a different scale than what was contemplated in the CRA Vision due to various market factors, the Agreement will provide entertainment options including a permanent home for the Xxxxxx’x Market, summer time concerts and movies in the park and restaurant/dining options at a scale that is not found elsewhere in the City.