Thank you for your interest in Westy Fest scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, at Westminster City Park.
Online applications will be available March 15, 2017.
You are a food vendor if you are selling products that people will eat during the event. Regulations set by the Jefferson County Department of Health will be enforced. A current copy of the certificate of approval to operate a temporary food service establishment issued by the Jefferson County Department of Health must accompany your application. Food vendors also must provide a liability insurance certificate to the City of Westminster for at least $600,000, naming the City of Westminster as additional insured. Food vendors are required to use recyclable tableware and utensils and are responsible for collecting the appropriate sales tax.
You are a nonprofit if your group was organized for purposes other than generating profits; for example, a charitable, educational, religious or scientific organization. If selling food (excluding pre-packaged items), the booth will fall under the food vendor rate.
Businesses are companies that wish to promote their professional products and services at the event. Examples include insurance companies, realtors, chiropractors, travel agents, retail stores, restaurants, car and boat dealerships, and custom-made goods such as hot tubs and spas, sunrooms, flooring, etc. All businesses are considered sponsors and will receive marketing benefits with their booth fee. Various sponsorship levels are available for the Faire, with attractive benefits at each level. Sponsorships will be supported through an integrated marketing, direct mail and public relations program that is great for gaining recognition and awareness in the community.
Arts and Crafts
You are considered an arts and craft vendor if the items you are selling are handmade. A detailed description of your booth items and a photograph must be included with your application. Vendors are responsible for collecting the appropriate sales tax.
A business, of any size or type, whose primary office is in the owner’s home is considered a home-based business. Vendors who sell non-handcrafted products such as sunglasses, novelty items, home decorative items or any mass-produced items are considered a home-based business. Examples are Avon, the Pampered Chef, Party Lite and Tupperware. Vendors are responsible for collecting the appropriate sales tax.
All applications are subject to approval from the Westy Fest committee before acceptance into the Faire. Approved vendors are given space on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you have any questions, please contact Leah Krumpholz at 303-658-2208 or email@example.com.
Return completed applications along with a check, money order or credit card information to:
City of Westminster
Attn: Leah Krumpholz, PR&L
4800 W. 92nd Ave.
Westminster, CO 80031