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Dallas Fashion Week® Vendor Opportunities FASHION EXPO DALLAS

Dallas Fashion Week® Vendor Opportunities FASHION EXPO DALLAS
Event on 2017-10-25 17:00:00
RUNWAY PACKAGE1. State of the art venue2. Professional Lighting3. Professional surround sound4. Professional staff (on-site):event managers, fashion director,dressers, lighting director, sound andproduction staff, front of house director,on-site ushers, and guest relations.5. Changing and preparation area, clothingracks, clothing hangers,and steamers6. Professional models from reputablemodeling agencies7. Professional Hair and Make-up Team8. Photography images of collection9. Company name included in PR10. Social media inclusion (150,000+ fans)11. Designer profile on website12. Inclusion in media pitching   Vendor Opportunities  (PER DAY, PER EVENT): FASHION EXPO EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIESBrand your company and generate new business with as an exhibitor at the FASHION EXPO DALLAS. The Fashion Expo is designed to provide opportunities for exhibition of products and services to be marketed to a targeted audience of small business owners, rising/current entrepreneurs, and professionals. We target exhibitors based on their ability to relate to the target audience and provide products and services they can use in their business development and operations. Exhibit with us and show our attendees why your company is the leader and preferred choice in your industry. THE MAKER PACKAGE 0. * Table Top Exhibit Space* 2’ table & 1 chair* 50 word description in the official event guide* (1) One Exhibitor pass (exhibit area only)EVENT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIESCreate high levels of visibility with your company by choosing one of the FASHION EXPO HOUSTON Conference Sponsorship Packages. Note these are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis and are reserved for your company when payment has been made in full.   BRANDING & MARKETING:.  * Premier sponsor recognition on conference web site w/banner and link* One dedicated e-mail promotion solely featuring your participation in the event* Prominent logo feature in all conference marketing collateral* Logo on cover of conference program* Top recognition with prominent logo featured on welcome signage* Logo on sponsored event/area and directional signage* 1/8 page color ad in the official event guide* Inclusion in special “thank you” ad in the official event guide Event Concessions: * Five (5) Conference (Full Access) passes for company representatives* Exhibitor Booth space at event* Opportunity to address audience (if applicable)* Access to attendee list

at Clarence Muse Cafe Theatre
1309 Canton St.
Dallas, United States


PetAPalooza Adoption and Vendor Event

PetAPalooza Adoption and Vendor Event
Occasion on 2016-01-16 11:00:00
On then Center inside Valley View Mall.

Inside Valley View Mall

(dealing with Preston Road between Sears and brand new China Grille nearby the AMC movie theatre)

I will be having pet adoptions onsite. Cats and dogs. Friendly animals allowed to attend.

Adoption procedures and charges differ by company. Please visit the backlinks below to find out more.

Dallas Cat Woman Adoptions

White Rock Puppy Relief

Occasion is liberated to public. Come out and view our vendors also.

Wiki Wags, Tail Waggin Biscuits & Bones, Inc, , PawTree, South Hill Designs, Fluffy Mitts Pet Sitting, Jen's Creations, A Fun Hobby and many more to come!

Onsite volunteers needed.

Subscribe to PetAPalooza ( ) on @VolunteerSpot today!

at Valley View Center
Valley View Mall
Dallas, US


The Multiplatform Vendor Bender

The Multiplatform Vendor Bender
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The local news report is much sharper at Fox 43 — at least visually. The York-based television station is the first in the central Pennsylvania market to broadcast its local news shows in true high definition, including in-studio cameras and those witness reports.
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How much does it cose to become a vendor at Lollapalooza or other music festivals?

Question by mr toasty: How much does it cose to become a vendor at Lollapalooza or other music festivals?
I want to open up a little booth selling shirts for my company. About how much would it cost to get the booth space at any sort of music festival?

Best answer:

Answer by PatV
Every public venue is different regarding vendors. Some have long-standing relationships/contracts with shirt vendors.

Contact the arena/stadium/venue that you specifically are interested in. Remember, the business license and insurance is your responsibility.

Good luck…

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Q&A: Is working at festivals and carnivals as a lemonade vendor a lucrative business?

Question by Miss: Is working at festivals and carnivals as a lemonade vendor a lucrative business?
I am interested in becoming a lemonade vendor at festivals, carnivals and other events. I have no experience in the field. Is it difficult to get started? Will I make good money? I am interested in any information abailable.
Thank you,

Best answer:

Answer by PersonalFreedom
Easy to get started, and beats a second job. Contact the festivals and carnivals for their requirement to allow you to set up there.

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Q&A: How do you become a merchandise vendor at festivals/events?

Question by jenjenta: How do you become a merchandise vendor at festivals/events?
I’d like to set up a vendor’s stall at festivals, fairs, etc. and sell various merchandise (not food).
I don’t know how to find a listing of the events that would accept applications for something like this, and I’d also love to know what types of fees are typically involved.
Are there any experienced vendors who could offer advise on how to get started?

Best answer:

Answer by halestrm
If the event has a website, go there first. It should outline what you need to do to apply and all the fees associated. Are you interested in traveling, if so how far?

I would see how you like it first. Find the nearest swap meet and buy a table and try it for a few weeks. This will help show how well recieved your product is, and how much you enjoy it. Trust me, standing all day in the heat, watching your table like a hawk to avoid theft, and wondering how you are going to get to the toilet can really take a toll on a person. At the same time, it is a great way to meet new people.

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Becoming a Festival Vendor

Becoming a Festival Vendor

If you agree that nothing could be better than being outside, making new friends, and making some money as your own boss then you are ready to become a festival vendor. Becoming a festival vendor can be easy or difficult; it really depends on the festival you want to sell your wares at. Below are some useful tips on how to get your foot in the festival door. There are many different ways to start out as a festival vendor. If you can’t get in the first time around, then check out some of these additional hints to help you figure out a way.

Join Fairs And Festival Events

If you’ve been to a few festivals, flea markets, or craft show and want in on the action then you’ll have to get busy – early. That’s right, most of the festival vendors you see at your local festivals have signed up for their spot up to a year in advance. Some festivals are more competitive than others. If you have some prior experience being a festival vendor, but you’d like to join a well-known or traveling festival than you know how hard it can be to get a coveted space to sell your wares.

Need to Pay Anything to become Festival Vendor?

The first thing to do no matter what festival you want to be a festival vendor at is to find out who is in charge. Try to speak directly with them about signing up. If you are lucky you will just need to pay up front to reserve your spot and then show up on the first day of the festival. Sometimes you won’t have to sign up until the day of the festival, but most will require you to put down a deposit ahead of time. This means that even if you are signing up for a hot festival a year in advance you still might need to lay down a hefty deposit now. This also means that if you can’t make it at the last minute it you will probably lose your entire deposit. Unfortunately, this is just how things go in the festival circuit and if you want to become a festival vendor you will have to shell out some cash before you’ve made a penny.

Things to know in Fairs and Festival Events

If you have chosen to become a festival vendor at a more competitive show and there are no available spots left, then you can try a few things. You can always ask to share a space with an established vendor. This is an especially good move for a festival vendor that has a small set up or someone just starting out. If the booth fees are high, another festival vendor might be happy to let you set up inside their booth. Ask whoever is in charge or approach a friendly festival vendor yourself. You can also see if there are any cancellations that day or the day before. This can be a real pain since you have no guarantee, but things happen and this could get you in. Negotiating with another festival vendor to hold their spot for them if they need to be away for a day or two is another way to get in on a temporary basis. If you want to be a festival vendor, then you are surely a creative type, so use those skills and figure out a way to get in there.

How to perform well in Festival Events?

The more experience you have as a festival vendor, the easier it becomes to get a space or a better one. Like almost anything in life, who you know matters. Being connected with the organizers and other festival vendors can help you out a lot when it comes to getting a prime space at a festival. This does not mean you need to try to get the management’s attention every chance you can. In fact what it means, is try to be a festival vendor who is easy to get along with and pays attention to the people running the show. It may sounds simple, but you will see many festival vendors put up quite a fuss when it comes to their space or a variety of things. Be the kind of festival vendor that people want at their festival. People will take note of this and this it will help ensure you a place at the festival or make sure that the your favorite space is vacant when you arrive.

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Festivals – How to Become a Festival Music Vendor

Showcase Your Talent Become A Music Vendor

If you want a way to get more local exposure, sell your CD’s or other paraphernalia, or just get a chance to play in front of an audience then consider becoming a music vendor at a festival, bazaar, fair, or flea market. This will give you the opportunity to perform and gain more exposure, while possibly selling your work to a receptive audience.

Give Your Music Exposure

If you would like the opportunity to sell your CD and any other products, than you can apply to be a music vendor in a similar way as other craft vendors. There are usually spots for people to play their music on a smaller scale and allow people to listen to samples of their work or perhaps even other sorts of live music or CD’s. This is more along the lines of vending a product and you can submit a normal type of application. You should also make sure that you get your application in pretty early for this type of music vendor position. There may be a limited number of spaces for people selling their own music in this sort of non-performance setting. You may need to send in a sample CD or photo of your booth for this type of music vendor spot. It will depend on the compositeness of the festival. Since you will be set up in a booth for this type of music vending, you usually cannot play your music live. This should be something you take into consideration when you are trying to decide what kind of music vendor you want to be.

So You Want To Show Them What You’ve Got

If you want to give a live performance at a fair or festival than a lot of it will depend on what kind of performer you are and how competitive the festival is. If you are looking to book a local seasonal festival then you’ll need to contact the festival and find out what kind of application process they have. Usually you’ll need to send in a press kit or an album to the organizers. You may also be able to submit things electronically, as well. Getting to know the festival and seeing who they are trying to target with their music vendors is important. If you have a Jimmy Buffet cover band than you might not want to apply to play at Goth craft show. Learn about the market and demographic before you apply to perform.

Another option is for DJ’s, if you are a DJ and work alone or for a company than you might apply to DJ a festival. Many times they need DJ’s in various areas of the festival playing music. This could be a great opportunity to expand your DJ business when you become a music vendor.

Music Festivals

Another great way to become a music vendor is to apply to play at a specific music festival. There are music festivals that cover a wide array of music genres. You can find reggae festivals, folk music festivals, classic music, and almost any other variety of music. This will allow you to become a music vendor or performer at a festival that has the exact audience that you are catering to. You’ll need to apply early to this type of festival as well and be prepared with a press kit and a CD. Depending on the kind of festival it is the application process will vary. You can submit to several different festivals and see what comes of it. You should prepare yourself for rejection, but the more applications you send out the better your chances. Becoming a music vendor is much like anything else, the longer you stick with it and the more you do it the easier it will become.