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Shawnee Mountain is looking for high quality products, either handmade or unique and beautiful. Artisans and crafters are encouraged to apply. Food vendor booth selection will be based on affordable and creative menus that stick to the theme of the event. We do not duplicate craft or food booths. If you were selected as a vendor last year, it does not guarantee your acceptance this year.
All vendor applications will be reviewed to ensure your product or service is the right fit for each event's theme.
Vendor offerings must stick to the theme of the festival.
Vendors with themed menus and products will be given priority during vendor selection.
July 3, 2020
(Rain date is July 5th)
- Exhibitor Vendor
Vendor applications are due May 25, 2020
Pocono Garlic & Harvest Festival
September 5 & 6, 2020
Vendor applications are available through the Pocono Garlic Grower's Association.
All vendors are selected by the Pocono Garlic Grower's Association.
September 19 & 20, 2020
Vendor applications are due August 1, 2020
Autumn Timber Festival
October 10 & 11, 2020
Vendor applications are due August 25, 2020
Pocono Food Truck Festival
October 17 & 18, 2020
Vendor applications are due September 1, 2020
Art on the Mountain
October 17 & 18, 2020
Vendors are selected by Rich Spezzano. If you are interested in participating, please contact Rich at email@example.com.
For more information, visit poconocenterforthearts.org.
The overall appearance and presentation of your booth is critical to the overall feeling of the festival and to your retail success. We want to ensure that everyone has the best possible experience. The festival staff determines booth placement.
A photograph of the concession set-up and detailed description of products/items to be sold is required with the application before the application can be approved.
Booth space is limited to a single 12' x 12' booth (including all wires, stakes, poles, etc.) with a good roof that can withstand wind, rain and other inclement weather. Come prepared for all types of weather. You must secure your booth in case of windy conditions.
Be very detailed in stating your power needs on your vendor application. Power will be limited for the craft/retail booths. Generators may only be used with Ski Shawnee, Inc. approval.
Your booth must be open during the entire festival. You cannot vacate early.
Your booth must be neat, attractive and well-maintained. Signage with visible prices is required.
You are responsible for setting up, maintaining, and removing your own booth, your merchandise and your trash.
Food/Beverage booths must comply with local food handling regulations.
All signs and displays must be of a professionally produced nature. Prices of items must be displayed.
We strongly suggest displaying your Food Handling Certification.
We will have limited space available in a walk-in refrigerated unit for those who want to store perishables until needed. Please see application for details.
Certificate of Insurance & Liability Release
A current Certificate of Insurance is required for all vendors naming Ski Shawnee, Inc. as an additional insured. Additional details can be found on the vendor application for each festival.
Vendor accepts responsibility for all lost or stolen merchandise and equipment.
Vendor accepts all responsibility, liability, and costs for any damage to booth.