Bike 'n Brew Outdoor Vendor Registration
Saturday, July 20 • Justus Park, Oil City • 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Thank you for considering participating in the Fourth Annual Oil Heritage Festival Bike ‘n Brew, hosted by FLEX (Future Leaders and Entrepreneurs Exchange), the young professionals organization of the Venango Area Chamber of Commerce. This day in Justus Park in Oil City will be filled with activities for bicyclists and outdoor enthusiasts with self-guided and guided rides, instructional sessions, competitions, and more.

As a vendor, you have the opportunity to show what you offer, whether that be biking accessories, bike maintenance, canoe and kayak rentals, educational resources, or more. We ask that each vendor provide some form of an activity related to outdoor recreation for participants. The outdoor section of the day will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the brewfest will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Outdoor vendors are asked to stay until 4 p.m., but may stay during the brewfest until 8 p.m.

We provide:
• The opportunity to show what you offer to 200+ attendees
• Advertising and publicity
• Information on lodging upon request

You provide:
• Any tents, tables, or display items you will need; set up by 11 a.m.
• An outdoor recreation related activity for attendees to participate in (for example: yard game, demonstration, craft, competition, photo booth, quiz, scavenger hunt, etc)
• As much detail as possible about the services or products you will be offering and how much space you will need

How to Register:
Complete the online form below or print a PDF version of the form at:

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Venango Chamber at or (814) 676-8521. More information can also be found at

Vendor Name *
(As it should appear in promotions)
Vendor Address *
Vendor Phone # *
Contact Name / Title *
Contact Cell Phone # *
Contact Email Address *
Website *
Activity You Will Provide *
(See “you provide” section above)
Products & Services *
Please describe the items, services, or information you intend to showcase at the event. You may also attach a description.
Please upload your logo and any photos or information you'd like to share.
This Oil Heritage Festival Bike ‘n Brew (hereinafter referred to as “OHF Bike ‘n Brew”) Agreement (hereinafter referred to as “Agreement”) is entered into between the Participant (defined as anyone participating in the OHF Bike ‘n Brew, including Volunteers, Staff, Exhibitors, Vendors, Brewers, Performers, and Suppliers, and hereinafter referred to as “Participant”) and date identified on this signature page and the OHF Bike ‘n Brew.

Participant releases and holds harmless the facilities that are being used, sponsors, owners, managers, employees, partners, agents, servants, and staff of the Venango Area Chamber of Commerce and OHF Bike ‘n Brew from all responsibility, personal liability, loss or damage, theft, fire, loss of life, personal injury, and/or damage to property that may arise or occur to Participant, his associates, goods, property or the public, and from any conditions whatsoever that may arise while the premises are in use, during event hours or when closed before or after event hours. Participant is liable for any necessary clean up and/or damage cause by it to building floors or walls or to other exhibitors’ property.

Entry into the OHF Bike ‘n Brew constitutes an agreement that Participant and representatives take no legal action against any of the above. We reserve the right to remove any Participant whose conduct is not acceptable and/or if agreements or rules are not complied with.

The Participant intends to participate as an outdoor vendor at the OHF Bike ‘n Brew on July 21, 2017, to be held at Justus Park in Oil City. It is agreed between the OHF Bike ‘n Brew and Participants that each will provide what is stated on Page 1 of the “Bike Vendor Registration” form.

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