CURRENTLY REGISTERED VENDORS:
Jessica Stout- Bonita Trading Company
Cora Bejado- Sirena Soul Guam
Evelyn Viernes- Peakraft Int’l
Vai Oudeman- Polynesian Handicraft
Rosemarie Guilliot- Bracelet Bar
Verna Zafra/Steven Kasala- Teenie’s
Shirley Bridler- Get a Glow On
Amy Selk- Framed, Etc.
Maribel Fortes- Maribel’s Island Merchandise
Devin Paciente- Neal’s Bricks
Leah Gillham- Maiden Guam
Monica Baza- Baza Art Designs
Tammy Aguon- Crochet Crafts
Viktoria Sayrs Art
Amber Word- Blue Amber Trio
Monica Parada- Scentsy
Brissa Shaffer- LuLaroe
Corina Francis- Tinkerbell’s Treasures
Remy Malig- Mannge Pops
Vana Quichocho- Sushiphillic
Kristina Medert- Discovery Toys
Yuyine Lazu-Rivas- Yuyine’s Onyx Creations
Wilson Ng- Hong Kong Center
Judith Mosley- Dragonfly Keepsakes
Rueben Olivas Photography
Richard Cruz- Kwilts ‘n’ Stuff
Ron Castro- Island Icons
Shawn Christian- The Man Cave, LLC.
Emilee Beachy- Pap Pap’s Beads & Things
Deborah Weger- Tupperware & Thirty-1
Lou Sablan- Tocara Fine Jewelry
Tim Rock- Ocean Dreams
Lori Naputi- Origami Owl
Raquel Limtiaco- Best Wishes
Doyon Morato- Zories Only
Eric Rau- Shining Shores Sea Glass
Eliosa Hudson- Etcetera Boutique
James Bamba- Ginen Guahan
Mark Murer Mosiacs
Roxanne Augusta- Augusta Photography
Linda Yeomans- Jaya Imports
Maryann Mesa- Chloe & Isabel
Jeremy Bevacqua- The Guam Bus
Coral Robinett- Six Chic Kids
Sandra Ramiro- LipSense
Naomi Atoigue Anderson- Grand Trunk Guam
Application Form (click to automatically download): 2016HolidayVendorForm
(if you have problems with the form, email email@example.com and I will send you the form)
BOOTH Fee: $75 for inside/pavilion spaces, $60 for canopy spaces. All spaces include shelter, table, and bench/chair.
***$10 extra if you need power access***
Contact information: Michelle Pier, (671)777-1284 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tentative Layout in Progress (subject to change, please note that sections A & D are NOT available to vendors):
REGISTER ONLINE NOW:
*Cash/Check Payments can be dropped off at Jeff’s Pirates’ Cove (789-COVE), or contact Michelle Pier (info at the top of page) for pickup or online payment arrangements. (Make checks payable to Creative Indeed, $25 fee for bounced checks)
*It is encouraged, but not required, that vendors offer an item from their table to be raffled off during the event. We will promote your table regardless, but contributing to the raffle will add more exposure to your business.
- You are reserving an approx. 10×10 space inside, porch, pavilion or canopy, includes shelter, table, bench/chair.
- Power access adds a $10 fee, you MUST bring your own extension cord(s).
- Neither Creative Indeed nor Jeff’s Pirates’ Cove is responsible for weather conditions on the day of the event. You must bring your own tarp or plastic covering for your table if you are worried about possible wind/rain.
- Please be respectful of the vendors around you.
- NO pets or outside food/drinks permitted.
- You are responsible for cleaning up your booth area when you pack up to leave the event.
- Drink sales and food sales are not allowed unless approved by Jeff Pleadwell.
Important information and how to maximize your booth:
UPDATES: Email updates will be sent out to all vendors on a periodic basis. You can also tune in to the Creative Indeed Facebook page or this event page for updates. Vendor listings will be updated on both, as well as the website event page.
MARKETING: Tell people about the event! Join the event on Facebook, and invite friends and family as well. Share the event through all social media networks, or through email, or print fliers. While the event is being advertised and promoted, it makes a HUGE difference when vendors also do their own marketing as well. If you have any connections to marketing networks, utilize them well!
IMPORTANT: No outside food or drinks are permitted. Food and drinks will be available for purchase all day until 6pm. Vendors are encouraged to avoid the lunch rush of the kitchen, and to please order your food EARLY. ALSO: No pets allowed, sorry!
LAYOUT: The vendor layout is done according to the order of payment received in regards to priority placement. Special accommodations are considered upon request. Layout is not finalized until just prior to event. One table and bench/chair is provided. If you are inside or in the a-frame pavilion your table is either a cement one, or the picnic-style table with bench attached on each side. If you are in the canopy spaces your table will be a standard 6′ fold-out table. It is highly encouraged to bring your own comfortable chair, though you will be provided with at least one chair.
POWER ACCESS: For those who paid for power access, you MUST bring your own extension cord, and the longer the better, as some may need to extend pretty far to reach outlet sources.
PARKING: There will be a designated area for vendors to park. Once you finish unloading for your booth, you MUST move your car to the designated parking area. Update on this to come.
PREPARE: Be sure to have all your items ready to go well before the event date, including all extra supplies that you may need during the event (like pricing, receipt book, pens, bags, containers, table cover, displays, things to cover or tie down items if it gets windy or rainy (I highly recommend some strong string or DUCT TAPE, plastic covers or totes, as it is always a hit or miss with the weather!), a comfy chair if you prefer, business cards, etc.
DISPLAY: Keep it simple but attractive! I highly recommend keeping it simple and clean for the best visual display, and for ease in setup and take-down. Tall lightweight items are likely to fall in windy conditions, so keep that in mind when preparing display racks and the like. Again, DUCT TAPE will be your friend.
RAFFLE CONTRIBUTION: Vendors are not required to contribute an item to the event raffles we will be holding, but it is highly recommended, as we like to talk up your booth when giving away raffle items. It helps to add a business card or something guests can reference to find you if they win your gift.
INTERACTION: SMILE! Guests love a friendly booth. There is always a balance between allowing your guests to freely browse without pressure, and knowing when to strike up conversation about items they may be interested in. Be thoughtful and kind, and don’t be afraid to market your booth. This is how sales are made. Having things guests can participate in (such as a raffle, game, or special offer) make your booth more enticing, and they are likely to spread the word to friends who may be at the event.