Exhibitor Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a fee to sell at the AZ Halloween Marketplace?
Yes. All Exhibitors must pay a small fee for their space. All fees go to pay for the space, electricity, insurance, promotion, and sundry expenses involved in putting on such an event. There is a limited amount of space, so the number of Exhibitor spaces is also limited.
Are tables, chairs, tents, etc. provided for exhibitors?
No. You are provided with a marked space and nothing more. You must bring your own tables, chairs, tents, hanging racks, table covers, signage, price tags, and anything else you want or need to display or sell your wares. Your space will almost certainly not be against a wall, so if you have pipe and drape to separate your space from your neighbor’s, feel free to bring it.
Will electricity be available? If so, what is the cost?
Yes electricity is available for an additional $10 charge. In order to be guaranteed electricity at your vendor space, you must sign up and pay the electricity fee when you register to be a vendor. You must bring your own extension cord and gaffer tape to prevent tripping. DO NOT USE duct tape.
What are the load in times?
Load in will be Friday September 18, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Bring your own hand trucks/carts as none will be provided.
What size are the spaces?
Vendor spaces are 10′ x 10′. You will be held strictly within those boundaries for fire code reasons as well as to ensure attendees can flow through the aisles. Most spaces will be in a 4-space cluster (so four 10’ x 10’ spaces together in a 20’ x 20’ square) in the center of the center aisle of the mall. You may have up to 2 spaces (in which case your space will be 20’ x 10’) if you register and pay for both at the same time.
What if I run out of stuff to sell?
Happy day! If you have the good fortune to sell all of your wares, you must nonetheless remain in your space until the event is over so there are not empty gaps. Use that time to pass out flyers, coupons, business cards, etc. and to chat with your customers. We also encourage you to plan ahead and bring enough wares so that you do not run out. Last year there were over 6,000 attendees.