Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. Gift Policy

This gift policy and or its website link is given to companies Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. manages business with prior, during and after a business relationship.

Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. works with communities, businesses, law enforcement, military members, and government officials. For this reason, Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. cannot permit, allow gifts to be accepted by employees of Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.


To establish a uniform policy relating to the acceptance of gifts, including gratuities, rewards, commissions, bonus’, money, products and services.


This policy applies to all employees of Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.


“Employees” include all permanent, part-time, temporary and contract employees, including volunteers.

“Gift” means any bestowal of money, any item of value, product, service, loan, thing or promise, discount or rebate. Payments for travel, entertainment and food are gifts.

“Gift” does not include;

1) any discount or rebate made in the regular course of business and offered to the general public without regard to the individual’s connection with Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.

2) plaques or trophies


No Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. official or employee may accept any gift in connection with their service to the Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.

No Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. official and or employee may accept any gift from those who have, or are likely to have, business with the Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. In determining whether someone is likely to have business with the Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc., officials and employees are encouraged to err on the side of caution.


Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. officials and employees may accept edible gifts of nominal value (less than $50 [or select an amount that reflects your community’s values]) that are shared with a wide range of colleagues at the Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.

Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. officials and employees may accept items that can be displayed in public areas of Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.’s building (such as flowers).

Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. officials and employees may accept handmade items by and from children under age 16.

This policy does not affect the authority of Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. to accept gifts in business or exchange of product and services for equal or greater value.


Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc., and its officials and employees, will take steps to publicize this policy to the public, vendors and others. Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. wants all vendors to know that gifts are not acceptable as it may damage other associated business relationships, break protocol and are not in compliance with Go 2 Firearm Safety, Inc. standards and bylaws.

Upon being offered or receiving a gift prohibited by this policy, any employee of Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. must notify the gift giver of this policy and graciously decline or return the gift.

If the gift is anonymous, the recipient must deliver the gift to the Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc.’s chief operating officer who will convey the gift to a charitable organization.

Understanding of Accepting and Giving Gifts

The act of giving gifts assists in establishing or enhancing all types of relationships. This is true for both small business and the corporate world. One of the challenging areas of logical reasoning involves gauging where to draw the line in the area of giving gifts. Is it right or wrong? In situations where certain actions are right and others are absolutely wrong, there are shady areas where it is difficult to reach an outright decision. Accepting and giving gifts is such an area which constantly puts corporate professionals in a dilemma about whether the gift being given will be perceived as a bribe or simply a gift. For this reason, Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. has chosen to take away the risk to the employee, the vendor and company as a whole as it could potentially become a liability and damage the name and reputation of Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc., vendors, or other entities it works with at any given time.

Giving Gifts

Gifts should never be given during the process of bidding, business relationship, in the waiting period for renewal of a contract, at a time when negotiations are going on. Such timing results in the perception of a bribe or other members of the team often feel that there is something more going on or that they have not been treated fairly. Go2 Firearm Safety, Inc. is a company that takes pride in the responsibility of protecting its vendors, business relationships, employees from any such miscommunication, unintended action or variant from giving or receiving gifts.

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