Vendor Info

Thank you for your interest in the Third Annual Bee Jubilee!
Please return your vendor application by May 25, 2018.

Why a Bee Jubilee?

For the love of bees and other pollinators! Also home grown goodness, handmade fancies and anything nature
or agriculture related.

What can I expect?

 More marketing: Please help us spread the word with provided flyers and by promoting the event on your
social media!
 Hourly speakers and demonstrations throughout the day: Speakers start at 10AM, with the last one at 3PM. If
interested in speaking or demonstrating, please e-mail Al Crews at alcrews@embarqmail.com.
 Semi-Juried event: Vendors will be selected based on the following qualities: home grown, hand-made, local,
bee related, educational, originality and high product quality. Your check will not be cashed until you have
been accepted to the event. We will limit multiple vendors of similar craft if needed.
 Vendors are asked to please consider donating an item for the Silent Auction. Bee themed or other
appreciated! Proceeds support the GCBA and its continued support of Granville County’s pollinators.
 This is a rain or shine event. Deposits will only be refunded if you are not selected for the event.
Information for Bee Jubilee Day:
 Set-up will be Friday night June 22
nd from 4-8PM and Saturday June 23
rd at 7AM. Check in info will be emailed
the week before. Exhibitors must have their space ready by 8:45AM.
 Spaces still vacant at 8:15AM will be redistributed to surrounding vendors.
 Please follow parking/traffic signs & attendants. Vendor parking plan will be e-mailed the week before. We
understand the parking issues from last year and are working to improve them!
 The Jubilee will be open to the public starting at 9AM and booths shall remain set-up until 3pm.
 Booths must be closed and spaces vacant by 7PM.
 Vendors are expected to leave their spaces in the condition in which they were found.
 Inside vendors will be provided one rectangle table and 2 chairs. Inside space is very limited. There will be
fewer inside spaces this year, making walkways wider.
 Outside vendors are responsible for tent/shelter, tables, chairs, etc… We will be making use of the livestock
arena behind the building. This is a large covered area and use of it will provide a cooler and safer vendor and
attendee experience vs the parking lot that was used last year. Food trucks and trailer type vendors will remain
in the front of the building. The arena ground is part concrete and part gravel. You can use your tent or go
without.

 

Terms & Conditions

*Keep this information regarding your submitted registration.*
 Late submissions may be accepted, pending availability. Late vendors may not be included in advertisements.
 The vendor will provide all materials required to make the vendor space suitable for vendor purposes.
 The vendor will abide by all rules and guidelines set forth by Granville County for use of their property.
 No alcohol is allowed.
 Items for sale should match what was described and listed on your vendor application. GCBA reserves the
right to ask you to stop selling something that is not consistent with its event or your application.
 Vendors selling goods are responsible for their own NC Sales Tax collection. Follow NC DOR Sales & Use
Tax requirements.
 Vendors assume all liability arising from the sale or use of their products, displays and equipment.
 Food vendors must contact Christi Henthorn separately. Food vendors must meet all State of North Carolina
and Granville County rules, regulations, and licensing guidelines.
 Electricity and running water may be available for outside spaces. Please contact coordinator for more
information.
 Displays are to be family friendly. Participation of any and all exhibits, companies, or persons is at the
discretion of the Festival organizers. The Festival is a family event for all ages and open to the public. Do not
bring items that may cause harm to children, live animals (without prior approval), the environment, or
weapons of any kind.
 Vendor cancellations need to be made in writing via e-mail or post to the GCBA. Refunds will be granted until
May 15th.
 Granville County Beekeepers Association reserves the right to use any photographs taken at the event.
 Late vendors may be accepted until space is full.