1. Each promoter of
a contest or exhibition of unarmed combat has charge of all seating
arrangements but shall furnish to the Commission a limited number of tickets as
determined by the Commission. The Commission may use the tickets at its
discretion, which may include use for the promotion of unarmed combat in this
State or other use to assist the Commission, but the tickets must not be sold,
bartered or otherwise exchanged for any thing of value by any recipient of the
ticket. Persons who receive tickets pursuant to this subsection are not liable
for the payment of any fees for those tickets.
Each promoter may provide tickets without
charge or at a reduced rate to:
(a) Any of his
or her employees and, if the promoter is a corporation, to a director or
officer who is regularly employed or engaged in promoting programs of unarmed
combat, whether or not his or her duties require him or her to be admitted to
the particular program and whether or not he or she is on duty at the time of
(b) Principals and
seconds who are engaged in a contest or exhibition that is part of the program
of unarmed combat;
(c) A journalist
who is performing his or her duties as such; and
(d) A firefighter or police officer who is
performing his or her duties as such.
Each promoter shall perform the following
duties in relation to the issuance of complimentary tickets or those issued at
a reduced price:
(a) Each ticket issued to a
journalist must be clearly marked "PRESS." No more tickets may be issued to
journalists than will permit comfortable seating in the press area.
(b) Seating at the press tables or in the
press area must be limited to journalists who are actually covering the contest
or exhibition and to other persons designated by the Commission.
(c) A list of passes issued to journalists
must be submitted to the Commission.
(d) Only one ticket may be sold at a reduced
price to any one manager, second, unarmed combatant or other person licensed by
(e) Any credential
issued by the promoter which allows an admission to the program without a
ticket must be approved in advance in writing by the Chair of the Commission or
his or her designee. Requests for the issuance of such credentials must be made
at least 24 hours before the first contest or exhibition of the
4. Admission of
any person who does not hold a ticket or who is not specifically exempted
pursuant to this section is a ground for suspension or revocation of the
promoter's license or the assessment of a penalty.
5. The Executive Director shall collect all
fees and taxes due on any ticket which is not specifically exempt pursuant to
this section, and for any person who is admitted without a ticket in violation
of this section.
Nev. Admin. Code §
§§ 109 & 120, eff. 4-25-78]-(NAC A 12-13-82; 11-2-88; 12-2-97;
R076-03, 12-3-2003); A by