Event Vendor Rules And Regulations


Event Vendor Rules and Regulations
Breckenridge Tourism Office holds various events throughout the year. Vendors interested in
participating in any BTO event are required to read, sign and submit a “Vendor Rules and Regulations”
Vendors are expected to attend all the events they commit to. If there are health reasons or an emergency
preventing you from attending the specific event, please make every effort to contact Sydney Schwab,
BTO Events Coordinator, as soon as possible at (970) 453-5020. A vendor that is a no show/no call is
not acceptable nor is it fair to other vendors as it disrupts the carefully planned layout and appearance of
the event.
 All vendors need to be set up and ready to go by the time specified for a particular event by
BTO- no exceptions.
 All vendors are expected to stay for the duration of the event even if your product has sold
 Vehicles are strictly prohibited through the pedestrian zones of an event during the hours of
the event.
Participating vendors must pay all BTO event fees (i.e. booth fee and equipment rental) prior to the start
of the event.
Vendors must provide a General Liability Limit in the amount of $1,000,000. A certificate of insurance
naming “Breckenridge Tourism Office” as an additional insured must be presented to BTO upon
acceptance to the event.
All vendors must obtain permission to participate in a BTO event prior to the start of the event; location
placement will be assigned by BTO.
Vendors are required to use COMPOSTABLE PRODUCTS. NO STYROFOAM.
Vendors are ambassadors of each event and shall act accordingly. Customer service is of the utmost
importance to Breckenridge Tourism Office and to our guests. Poor customer service or complaints
thereof will result in the review of a vendor’s ability to participate in future events.
Product Standards
Breckenridge Tourism Office’s Event Director and/or Coordinator reserve the right to reject any product
that is similar to an existing vendor’s product or that of a neighboring merchant, is not of marketable
quality or that is deemed inappropriate for the event. If it is a food item that is being sold, it must have
proper licensing from the Summit County Environmental Health authorities and the State, if applicable.
Each vendor is responsible for ensuring the cleanliness of his or her area, especially at the conclusion of
each event day. The Town of Breckenridge provides lined trash cans throughout the event for the
general public. Vendors are expected to pack out heavy product, packing materials or mass amounts of
product. Failure to leave the venue in a clean and orderly fashion will result in a warning and in the
review of a vendor’s ability to participate in future events.


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