DayBreak Christmas Market Table Registration
Thursday Dec 5, 9am - 1pm
Foothills Alliance Church
Table fee is $30 per table and all fees must be paid in advance.
Upon the approval of your application, a link will be sent to you for payment. Please note that your registration is not final until the payment is made. $10 fee will apply if you cancel and we refund your table fee before Oct. 31; no refunds for cancellations after November 1.
INFORMATION FOR CRAFTERS/BUSINESS OWNERS
Thank you for your interest in the Foothills Alliance Christmas Market on Thursday, December 5, 2019. Please read the following information carefully.
-Registration begins on September 4 and is ongoing until all tables are PAID FOR.
-Table fees must be paid in advance; maximum of 2 tables per vendor. Applications may be made with the form below.
-Upon approval of your application, you will receive an email from our organizer with a link to make your payment online. Your table reservation is not secure until you have paid for it.
-$5 fee will apply if you cancel and we refund your table fee before Oct. 31; no refunds for cancellations after November 1.
-There is a 40 minute presentation – no selling during this time.
-Childcare is available until 12:00 for a small fee.
-Let us know if you require the use of an electrical outlet.
-We allow one vendor of each home-based line or item, such as Mary Kay, Arbonne, etc.
-No high-pressure sales tactics.
-Table covers are not provided.
-The church will be open for set-up at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday.
-Complimentary tea, coffee, cider, and goodies will be available.
-No soliciting customers for home parties.
-You may not use personal information from cheques to solicit customers after the event.
-Please, no free draws.
-Foothills Alliance has the right to refuse any vendor based on items sold, before or during the event.
Thank you! We look forward to your participation in the Christmas Market!
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