(1) Each application for a manufacturer's agent license or supplier's agent license
must include, but not be limited to, the following information:
(a) The name and address of the applicant;
(b) The name and address of the supplier or manufacturer represented by the applicant;
(c) A statement by the applicant that he or she has read, understands, and will comply
with this part 6 as to manufacturer's and supplier's agents and the conditions of
the agent's license;
(d) A statement by the chief executive officer of the manufacturer or supplier represented
by the agent, which statement acknowledges consent to representation by the applicant;
(e) The location in Colorado where the agent's records of sales and distributions
of bingo and raffle equipment and supplies will be available to the licensing authority.
(2) Each agent's application must include a statement regarding whether the applicant
has been convicted of any felony, theft by deception, or offense involving gambling
as defined in article 10 of title 18. A person that has been convicted of any felony, theft by deception, or gambling-related
offense as defined in article 10 of title 18 within the previous ten years is ineligible
for a license issued pursuant to this section. A person that has been convicted of any felony, theft by deception, or gambling-related
offense as defined in article 10 of title 18 within more than the previous ten years
shall disclose the information related to the conviction required by the licensing
(3) Any supplier's agent or manufacturer's agent, upon filing a complete, written,
verified application in the form presented by the licensing authority, together with
the fee for the license, is eligible for a manufacturer's or supplier's agent license. A manufacturer's or supplier's agent license shall be renewed annually, on or before
March 31 of each year in which such licensee engages in or anticipates engaging in
a licensed activity. Neither a manufacturer's agent license nor a supplier's agent license is transferable. The annual fee for each license shall be established in accordance with section 24-21-606(2).
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