Legacy Registration • Maker Fest 2020
Registration accepted now through Friday, March 27, 2020, 11:59PM, Pacific Time. Space is limited.
Registration is completed upon registration submission and payment.
Maker Fest 2020 is the pre-event opening for NOMCON 2020. Unlike typical exhibition halls, the NOMCON 2020 Maker Fest will showcase the innovative and humble beginnings of nationally recognized companies in this area of the country that persisted and grew to greatness. Legacy stories are a reflection of our region that inspires community pride and future entrepreneurs.
Legacy companies like yours are unique because you were value based from the beginning and you continue to be value based to this day. Your company’s dedication to values is a significant part of what makes this place unique. Like the people in this community, you collaborate and work together to help each other succeed. Your shared values of community, sustainability, and collaboration are a significant ingredient in the sauce that makes this place special. Thank you!
Maker Fest 2020 is produced by ArtCity as an integral part of the Lane Arts Council’s First Friday ArtWalk on June 5th, 5:30-8:00PM.
The Maker Fest will take place in Downtown Eugene on Broadway and Willamette Streets expanding north, south, east, and west of Kesey Square. The streets will be closed and Legacy Companies will be located on Broadway. Each Legacy Company will be offered up to 10' x 20' of exhibition space. Location, load-in, and load-out details will be provided one month prior to the event.
Registration will include:
1) A description of the engaging experience showing how the founder's idea originated and developed.
2) The story you will tell others about your company values and how that relates to the product you make.
3) What your company experience offers that may inspire others to believe in their ideas and explore making.
Maker Fest 2020 Registration fee is $350
(Email address is required here to move forward with your registration and receive a confirmation notice upon final submission.)
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