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2020 TENNESSEE HONEY FESTIVAL VENDOR APPLICATION

2020 Tennessee Honey Festival

Saturday September 26, 2020
OneCity in Downtown Nashville, TN
Hours of Operation
(10 AM – 5 PM)

IMPORTANT DATES

July 1st, 2020 – Vendor Payment Deadline

VENDOR SPACE FEES
Honey/Bee-Keeping Vendors: No charge, but still need to go through the application process.

Artist/Non Profit/Artisan Business Vendor Space: The Tennessee Honey Festival will collect a $250.00 vendor payment upon acceptance into The 2020 Tennessee Honey Festival.

Food Truck/Vendor Space: The Tennessee Honey Festival will collect a $300.00 food vendor payment upon acceptance into The 2020 Tennessee Honey Festival.

This application is not for local businesses–
Tennessee Honey Festival is devoted to maintaining a creatively driven vendor marketplace. Therefore, we limit the number of promotional spaces at the event. Local businesses can be a part of Tennessee Honey Festival through sponsorship of the event. Please contact our event coordinator, Sara Davidson, via email at: sara@uspest.com if you are interested in sponsoring this event.

Please find a few examples below to help you identify what vendor type you are.

An artist is considered someone who personally handcrafts the items they will offer at the event. A local business is considered a locally owned and operated business. Booth spaces at the 2020 Tennessee Honey Festival are reserved for honey/beekeepers, local artists, crafters, food vendors, and sponsors. Non-profit organizations must be a registered 501c3.

If you sell an assortment of items that are hand-crafted by different local artisans, you are considered a local artisan business. If you sell screen printed items (whether the designs are created by you or not), you are considered a local artisan business. If you mold, wrap, create unique pieces of jewelry by hand, you are considered an artist. If you concoct your own scent profiles and pour your own candles/wax melts, you are considered an artist.

Vendor fees are due upon acceptance into Tennessee Honey Festival.

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*Completing & submitting the vendor application confirms that this agreement has been read, understood and entered into freely, voluntarily and absent of duress by the parties signed electronically in the vendor application. This agreement shall become effective upon execution by the participant & the Tennessee Honey Festival. *

The undersigned vendor (“Vendor”) agrees to be bound by each and every of the terms set forth herein and the terms and representations set forth in the Application, which is incorporated herein by reference as though fully set forth. If the Vendor violates any term of this agreement, the Tennessee Honey Festival and/or the authorized agents of the festival, may within their sole discretion and at any time (1) terminate this agreement, (2) require Vendor, immediately upon notice of violation of this agreement, to cease operations and vacate the premises, and (3) forfeit any and all fees paid for the right and privilege of participating. This agreement represents the entire agreement between the Tennessee Honey Festival and the Vendor and may not be amended without the mutual consent of both parties set forth in writing and signed by authorized representatives of TNHF and the Vendor.

1. GN agrees to provide each Vendor with an assigned 10’x10’ space(s). Vendors must supply all tables, chairs, white-topped 10×10 tents, generators, and security.

2. Vendor agrees to obey all rules and instructions as directed by the Festival Director during the festival weekend. Any failure to strictly adhere to such rules or instructions may result in the immediate termination of this agreement and immediate forfeiture of any and all fees paid to TNHF.

3. Vendor hereby acknowledges its liability, and agrees to compensate TNHF, for any damage(s) caused by, including but not limited to, its representatives, agents, employees, volunteers, members, vehicles, equipment, materials and objects to the environs and infrastructure of city or private propriety which causes TNHF to pay for repair, replacement, or other remuneration to OneCity for such damage to the environs or infrastructure.

4. As a courtesy to other vendors and festival participants, any amplified sound or loud noise from Vendor’s space is prohibited. This includes loud generators. If the vendor brings a generator to use in their booth space, it must be whisper-quiet.

5. TNHF reserves the right to prohibit, within any booth or on the festival grounds, the display, advertisement, or other promotion of any business, company, or organization which may be in conflict with a current sponsor. Any questions concerning current sponsors should be directed to the Festival Director prior to the event.

6. Vendor shall not display, offer for view or sale any illegal or contraband items. The laws of the State of Tennessee and local ordinances of the City of Nashville shall control. Vendors shall not display, offer for view or sale any items that are unlicensed and/or copies/interpretations of licensed or registered items at any site or operation of the 2020 festival.

7. Vendor understands and agrees that the Tennessee Honey Festival is intended to be, and at all times shall be, a family friendly event.

8. Vendor shall not sublet its space without express written consent.

9. Vendor acknowledges and understands that it is solely responsible for the collection of any sales or use taxes and shall in no way hold TNHF or its representatives responsible for any type of permits other than for the festival itself.

10. No refunds shall be given due to cancellation or interruption of the festival for reasons beyond the control of TNHF. These reasons include, but are not limited to weather, acts of God, acts of terrorism, or governmental intervention.

11. Vendor is solely responsible for the security for all its items at the festival location at all times.

12. The Tennessee Honey Festival makes no representation or guarantees towards actual festival attendance.

13. Vendor understands that TNHF has no control over weather, acts of God, acts of terrorism, or governmental intervention, or any other cause that may prevent, and or interrupt, the festival weekend, and participants shall hold TNHF harmless for any losses that could arise because of such event.

14. We reserve the right to place Vendors in booth locations at the complete discretion of TNHFTNHF shall have sole and complete authority to place the participant in any location contained in the Market Place, irrespective of the participant’s request.

15. Vendor upon vacating its space(s) shall ensure that such space shall be free of any and all trash and refuse with such being placed in the appropriate containers. Failure of the Vendor to clean their space may result in future refusal of Vendor application.

16. Vendor certifies that it maintains adequate liability insurance to cover any and all occurrences which may result in the damage or injury to any person or thing within the confines of the Vendor’s space or as a result of the Vendor’s actions at the festival.

 * Completing & submitting the vendor application confirms that this agreement has been read, understood and entered into freely, voluntarily and absent of duress by the parties signed electronically in the vendor application. This agreement shall become effective upon execution by the participant & the Tennessee Honey Festival. *

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