Full payment is due by June 1, 2019.
Vendors must ensure that no vehicles go on the grass area of the event location. There is a septic system and the grass can not be drove on.
Space will be assigned at the discretion of event management. The vendor shall not assign or sublet any of their space. This includes not providing signage for any company other than the one registered for the space.
All products must be vegan. This means no meat, poultry, fish, dairy, eggs, honey, or animal parts. This also means no animal derivatives such as broth, gelatin, rennet, lard, and tallow. Event Management has the right to remove food items from display, sale and sampling that do not adhere to these guidelines. Ingredients should be listed on the package or on the display. Foods without artificial additives are most desirable. Printed materials, including displays, handouts, labels, and recipes may not promote foods that are non-vegan.
All non-food items must not have been tested on animals, and must be free of leather, fur, wool, beeswax, gelatin and any animal slaughter derivatives or animal products.
Open House Hours
The event will run from 11am to 7pm. The vendor agrees to maintain qualified personnel in the booth during the event. The booth must be fully setup during the setup hours. Under no circumstance can the booth be dismantled or moved before the official close at 7pm.
Health and Safety
The vendor assumes all responsibility for compliance with all pertinent ordinances, regulations and codes of duly authorized municipal, provincial and federal governing bodies concerning fire, safety, and health.
Exhibitor will be liable for and will indemnify and hold harmless management from any loss or damages whatsoever occurring to or suffered by any person or company including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, vendor, other vendors, management, contractors, the owner of the park and their respective agents, and employees and members of the public attending the show on the said space during the event setup, take down or during the actual event. Since the vendor is at his/her own risk in every respect, he/she must carry general public liability insurance, and provide proof if requested, covering bodily injury and property damage for a minimum inclusive limit of $2million.
Event management reserves the right to restrict, decline or prohibit exhibits or exhibit parts which become objectionable or unsafe in the opinion of event management. This includes persons, things, conduct, printed material or anything of a character which is objectionable. All matters and questions not covered by these terms and conditions are subject to the decision of event management These terms and conditions may be amended by Hoofstock management from time to time and the amendments shall take effect upon publication and notice to vendors. The vendor agrees to adhere to event management directives and cease any activity in which Event management deems to be in violation of the terms and conditions as layout in this contract.