FIRST TIME vendors MUST receive permission from EGAD before submitting an application. Please send an email explaining what you sell and photographs. All merchandise must be made by the Vendor and not mass produced or available on a National Web site. Please be aware that EGAD reserves the right to limit the number of accepted applicants per category to insure the proper representation of product, merchandise and services.

Business Name

Contact Name

Phone Number

Sales Tax #

Yes, I have read the rules and regulations below and will abide by everything.

The undersigned agrees to abide by the reglations specified in the Vendor Agreement.

Your submission of this application, payment of fees, and your participation as a vendor at the event, constitutes agreement with these Rules andRegulations and accept the space assigned to you.

Any vendor who receives a complaint for either patrons, other vendors, or EGAD staff or volunteer, for rudeness or wandering the square to distribute materials or solicit goods/donations, is at risk of being uninvited from participating at future events.

Vendors are responsible for cleaning up their booth site before loading out.

Food Vendors:
Food vendors MUST provide a copy of their food license and certificate of insurance, and follow state rules regarding setup, including the possession of proper fire extinguishers. A K-class fire extinguisher is required if cooking with grease. You must provide your own trash can & liners. At the end of the event, you may tie up the bags & leave for clean-up crew. Do not empty grease onto the street. All vendors are expected to keep safety as their number one priority. A Restaurant Inspector and/or Code Enforcement officer will be in attendance to ensure all vendors are in compliance.

5:30-8:30 pm. Vendors are expected to be set up by 5:15 pm and remain until the end. Vendors must set up where they have been assigned; no swapping without EGAD permission.

Licenses, Permits, Taxes:
Vendors making sales are required to have a Brevard County business tax receipt. The Florida Department of Revenue requires a report on sales tax collected and it is solely the responsibility of the applicant.