Only non-profit organizations as defined by DuBois Community Days guidelines (not just because you have a non-profit status) can have any type of booth that generate income for the group. Food booths or trailers must be maned by the members of the group, not the owners of the trailer (if separate from the group.) Corporate booths must pay a minimum $500 level sponsorship or more to have a booth. See the Sponsorship section on the website for options and to purchase. Corporate booths can not sell anything directly to the customer at the event, but can provide information on your services. All booths (other than food) are encouraged to give away free tokens, or have free drawings for prizes, or provide fun activities for kids and family. Community Days has many booths and activities – you should try to do something interesting to attract more traffic to your booth.
You may want to bring lights for Friday & Saturday evening.
If you are a $500 sponsor or more, there is no charge for electric.
If you are a non-profit organization, and you need electric, the charge will $20 for every 100 sq feet of booth area.
Just your grass lot. You must provide everything else. Someone must man your exhibit at all times. All lots have electricity available. Bring your own 50′-100′ grounded extension cords.
Security will be provided Friday night, but we recommend that you leave nothing of value at your lot overnight. DuBois Community Days, DuBois Fire Department and/or the City of DuBois are not responsible for lost, missing or stolen items.
Loading and unloading will be done from a closed lane of Liberty Blvd. This lane is for loading and unloading only. No parking is permitted. Parking is available in the City Park and areas around the city park.
Restroom facilities are available in the park.
The City of DuBois and the DuBois Volunteer Fire Department and its subsidiaries are not liable for theft or injury. We reserve the right to refuse registration and participation to anyone. We reserve the right to forbid the exhibit or sale of items deemed not conducive to the environment of the festival, or items that are being sold under other contract. Furthermore, we reserve the right to eject anyone not conforming to proper public behavior.
The DuBois Volunteer Fire Department reserves the right to accept or reject any application for inclusion in DuBois Community Days or the DuBois Firemen’s Parade. All decisions of the Committee are final. Failure to follow the rules below could result in your being asked to leave the event.
Should you have any questions or need clarification, please contact:
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