Vendor Opportunities

If your church or youth group, non-profit organization or business would like an opportunity to raise money, vending at the fair is an excellent option!!

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Booth Space Rental Fee:

Non-Profit Booth $35     Demonstration Booth $50     Arts and Crafts Vendor $50     Concession Vendor $100     Additional Space $50


Electricity:

110 Volts (1 receptacle allows 2 extension cords.....$35

220 Volts, 50 amp ..... $75



NO REFUNDS ARE MADE AFTER YOU ARE ACCEPTED WITHOUT FAIR BOARD APPROVAL



If you would like more information about becoming a Vendor at the Fair, please contact Barbara Finney 931-308-7550

Download Vendor Application




Rules and Guidelines for Commercial Vendors


  1. -Vendors shall provide a list of items they propose to sell.
  • -No vendor may sell funnel cakes, candy apples, cotton candy, or corndogs by request of the    carnival.
  • -This fair is a rain or shine event.
  • -Fees are non-refundable once a vendor has been accepted unless approved by the Franklin  County Fair Board.
  • -All dimensions are outside dimensions.  Booths will only be sold in the dimensions listed, but  you may purchase multiple spaces.
  • -All vendor booths should be attractive from all sides and not distract from the neighboring  booths.
  • -No animals will be allowed in booth spaces.
  • -All extension cords must be in good repair and have proper grounds.  We suggest that you bring  at least a 100 foot extension cord.
  • -Any person or persons working the booth must have a neat appearance and shall not wear any  clothing with messages or artwork that is distressful.
  • -We reserve the right to bar any clothing,exhibit or product that could be considered offensive.
  • -Garbage must be bagged, separated into cardboard, plastic, metal and aluminum, and ready for  pick-up at scheduled pick-up times.
  • -The area behind all booths must be kept clean and free of garbage.
  • -Non-food vendors are prohibited selling prepared food for consumption.
  • -Exhibitors must bring enough stock for the entire show.
  • -All articles and displays must be in good taste with no reference to race, ethnic background,  gender, religious prejudice, or sexual orientation.
  • -All exhibitors are prohibited from selling drug paraphernalia and items used to promote  marijuana and pro-drug items.  These items would include but would not be limited to t-shirts,  bongs, pipes, bumper stickers, and clips commonly used for promoting or smoke marijuana or  other drugs.
  • -No obscene items will be allowed.
  • -A signed application constitutes a contract to follow all rules and regulations and is a  commitment to participate.
  • -Exhibitors must furnish their own tables, skirting, chairs, canopies, tents and extension cords.
  • -Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs are prohibited.
  • -Vendors must be ready to open at 6:00 pm, Tuesday, October 2-Thursday, October 4; 11:00 am  Friday, October 5 (Kid's Day); and at their own discretion on Saturday, October 6.  
  • -Set-up will be Monday, October 1 and Tuesday, October 2, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • -Contact Barbara Finney 931-308-7550.