The Kentucky Bourbon Affair (“KBA”), the ultimate Bourbon Fantasy Camp, includes a strong commitment to the comfort and safety of the workers, guests, and vendors who make it possible.
Instances of discrimination, harassment, violence, coercion, irresponsible use of alcohol, and disruptive or illegal activity will not be tolerated at any time.
Reports of unacceptable behaviors may result in a revocation of an individual’s license to attend any Kentucky Bourbon Affair activity (“KBA Event”), regardless of his or her individual or professional affiliation with or payment for the KBA Event, without prior notice or compensation by KBA.
The following list includes examples of behaviors which are deemed unacceptable under this Code of Conduct, whether performed in-person or online. The below list is not exhaustive and the KBA reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to determine whether particular conduct violates this Code of Conduct.
By providing the above examples, the Kentucky Bourbon Affair in no way restricts its legal discretion to terminate employment, contractual relationships, or access to any KBA Event without refund.
Reporting a Concern
Concerns or questions related to this Code of Conduct may be addressed to the Kentucky Bourbon Affair Director Mary Gratzer via phone (502-875-9351 ext. 203) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as they arise.
If they present an immediate threat to any Kentucky Bourbon Affair worker or attendee, violations should be reported to local authorities via the national 9-1-1 telephone service immediately.
The Kentucky Bourbon Affair Director will work to review, investigate, and resolve concerns in a courteous, discreet, fair, and timely manner and may call upon the assistance of other Kentucky Bourbon Affair staff or outside legal counsel, as necessary.
By attending KBA Events attendees agree to be bound by this Code of Conduct in its entirety. If an attendee does not agree to be bound by these terms, his or her only alternative is not to attend any KBA Event.