VENDOR APPLICATION GUIDELINES
Tips Food Vendors from Ta-Qwo-Ma Business Center
Tips for Vendors
Please fill out the form online (below)
We accept credit and debit cards and checks or money orders made out to “MLRC-2012 Tribal Canoe Journey.”
$100 Squaxin Island Tribal member
$400 Other Tribal member
$0 Squaxin Island Tribal member
$300 Other Tribal member (10×10)
$60 extra for electricity
All others, such as informational booths:
You must contact:
Shelton, WA 98584
Enrolled Squaxin Island Tribal Members will be given first priority.
All applications must be completed with signature, photocopy of enrollment/status card, copy of Canoe Registration and payment.
Applicant agrees to abide by all rules, regulations, and codes established by the Squaxin Island Tribal Canoe Journey Committee, Squaxin Island Tribe and other applicable entities.
Hours of operation will be from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Set-up permitted one day prior to event.
Vendors who remain on the premises after the 1-week period will be charged an additional fee of $100.00 per day.
Applicants are responsible for providing their own tents, canopies, tables, chairs, skirting, water, etc. Absolutely no generators allowed.
No selling of: play ink, invisible ink, spray string, “fart spray,”confetti popper, candy cigars/cigarettes, play lighters or “pop it bags.”
Squaxin Island Tribal Canoe Journey Committee has the right to deny any vendor application if deemed unacceptable.
Food vendors will only be allowed in the designated food vendor area. Non-food vendors will only be allowed in the non-food vendor area. There is absolutely no combination of General/Food Vendor Spaces.
The Squaxin Island Tribal Canoe Journeys Committee will not grant exclusivity of any product.
Cancellation of Vendor Space after July 10, 2012 will result in forfeiture of all fees paid.
Review of temporary food service establishment Vendor applications is based on the proposed menu, proposed method of food preparation, and compliance with the 2009 FDA Food Code. Food preparation procedures must be in compliance with the Paddle to Squaxin Tribal Journey 2012 Health and Sanitation Policy. If your application is approved, a temporary food service permit will be issued. The permit is specific to the menu and facility on your application. It is important that you serve only foods that are specified on your permit. All menu changes must be approved by the Indian Health Board before the event begins. The risk of food poisoning is always present, but can be reduced or eliminated by following the Paddle to Squaxin Tribal Journey 2012 Health and Sanitation Policy. Our primary goal is to help you provide safe food to those attending your event.
Space size will be 10’x10’ with fees as noted above for the entire week.
If you require more than the provided space, you will need to pay an additional matching fee for each additional 10’x10’ space.
Electricity, running water & lights will be provided for food vendors only. Electricity will be provided to a limited number of merchant vendors.
Any attempt to connect to Tribal facilities will result in forfeiture of space and all fees paid.
The Squaxin Island Indian Tribal Community and the Squaxin Island Tribal Canoe Journey Committee will not be responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property of the Vendor.
Squaxin Island Public Safety will be present during the event. If there is a need to contact the Squaxin island police department, you may contact them at 360-426-5555.
Squaxin Tribal Canoe Journey
Attn: Ruth Whitener
Shelton, WA 98584