In order to participate, you will need to submit a contract (please find the link to download one below). If you are selected, you will then need to submit payment to secure your booth space. You will also need to take a moment and register with the State Sales Tax Department using this link.
In addition, you will need to submit an insurance certificate naming "Townsquare Media" as an additional insured party on these dates: February 9th-19th, 2019. Your insurance agent will be able to accommodate your request. You can fax the certificate to 208-733-7525, have it emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to Townsquare Media, 415 Park Avenue Twin Falls, Idaho 83301.
All exhibitors must have insurance coverage for the event. There are companies who can write temporary certificates for the event. One such company is:
Anna at Specialty Insurance Agency
Phone: (715) 246 8908
We strive to provide a show that has diverse products and services. As such, we only accept a certain number of vendors in each category, such as flooring, sheds, window treatments, etc. If we are full in your category, we will put you on a waitlist and notify you if something becomes available in the future. We DO NOT have exclusives in any category.
Your booth will have an 8' high and 10' wide back wall that is draped in green curtains. The sides of your booth will have side rails that are 3' high and run the full length to the aisle. The floor is a dirt floor. We recommend you bring flooring to cover it. The aisles will be barked to make a great garden presentation. We do spray the bark with water in the evenings. If you're worried about your materials getting wet...we recommend that you cover your materials in the evening.
If you would like to rent bark for your booth, you may do so by contacting our bark supplier directly: Kimberly Nurseries, (208) 733-2717. This rental is provided by them at an additional charge.
No. We recommend that you bring all materials needed to make a nice display. If you would like to rent tables and chairs, you may do so directly through our decorator, Venue Event Services. Please contact them directly at (208) 830-4803 or email email@example.com.
It's imperative that all vendors have a successful experience. To maximize line of sight for all participants, we ask that you follow the diagram on the left when setting up your booth. If you have a display that does not comply with the diagram on the left, or has high sidewalls, you must have it approved in advance. There are no height restrictions at our event, and you can go up to 12' tall without additional approval.
No, but you can purchase electrical for $35. Getting electrical to the vendor booth is a complicated procedure that must be pre-arranged. Be sure that you list all items that will be plugged in so we can plan accordingly. If you have something plugged in that is tripping the circuit and was not listed on your contract, you will be asked to unplug it. The electrical is trenched and runs underground to service clusters of booths. As such, many vendors will plug into one box. Please bring an extension cord.
One month before the event, you will receive more detailed setup information that includes a color-coded setup map. You will be allowed to setup any time AFTER your scheduled setup time, but not before. If you choose to set up after your scheduled time, we cannot guarantee you will be able to drive in.
Yes, there is free Wi-Fi available anywhere on the campus. To access it, use the network labeled for free campus access.
If you are selling a food item, you may provide a sample to the public. The sample must be less than one ounce in size, and you must obtain all necessary permits from the health department. You may contact them at (208) 737-5900.
Giveaways to the public are always a fun way to get them involved. No food items or drinks may be given away. This includes bottled water. Candy giveaways are fine, but please keep the portions small out of respect to our food concessionaires.
Raffles and drawings are allowed, but there are Idaho guidelines regarding what is acceptable. To learn more, please contact the tax department at (208) 334-7660.
Absolutely! We encourage you to make sales and interact with guests.
Exhibitors may not park in the front of the Expo Center during show hours. This lot is only for show guests and handicap parking. We ask that all vendors park at the Herrett Center and either walk to the Expo Center or take the shuttle that will bring you directly to the building. If you park in front of the building or in fire lanes, you will be towed. Please take the short walk and save that space out front for our guests.
In the event that you are unable to attend the event, please let us know as soon as possible. Any contract fees paid are non-refundable.
You can receive deliveries via truck, UPS or Fedex to the show on February 12 or 13. Please plan to be on site to receive your shipment as show management is unable to do so for you. Any shipments that arrive in advance of February 12 will be turned away by the college, so please plan accordingly.
As soon as you arrive to the show, please check in at the Show Office, which is located in the north entrance at the front desk.
There is only one door for driving in/out during move-in. So we ask that you are patient. Please unload your materials and immediately move your vehicle so that we may accommodate other exhibitors.
The building is secured nightly by the College of Southern of Idaho security. While we do our best to secure the premises during off-show hours, we can make no promise against theft. If you are concerned, please cover or remove any valuable items nightly.
We do not provide any dollies or hand trucks. We ask that you bring one if needed. We will have a forklift on the premises during move-in. If you would like to use it, please let show staff know. Any licensed forklift operator will be allowed to use the forklift at no additional charge. Please run equipment slowly and carefully.
There can be absolutely no children under the age of 15 at setup or teardown. This is for the child's safety and is imperative. If you need to bring your children to the actual event during show hours, they must be supervised and stay in your booth.
There can be absolutely no animals at setup or teardown. This is for the animal's safety and is imperative. If you'd like to bring your dog to the actual event during show hours, they must be supervised and stay in your booth.
No. To ensure fairness for all exhibitors, all exhibitor business must be conducted within the booth only. This is critical. There can be no booth materials or booth staff in the aisles during the event.
Yes! Keep in mind that this show is owned by Townsquare Media, which is the largest media organization in the area. If you are interested in finding out about additional advertising opportunities for the event-including sponsorship, radio remotes, digital retargeting, websites or social media-please let us know.