HOW DO I APPLY?
Approximately 2-3 months before each market we will open applications! They are reviewed and accepted in the order they are received. Applications will close once all spots are filled. To view a list of upcoming markets and when applications open for each one, click here. To see the current open application(s), click here.
WHAT ARE THE BOOTH FEES?
Booth fees are as follows:
We do not charge application fees or take a percentage of your sales.
WHEN IS SET UP & TAKE DOWN?
Set up takes place starting 2 hours before the market begins, and take down lasts 1 hour after the market ends. You are in charge of bringing everything you need for set up. Which includes things like: tables, shelves, clothing racks, pegboards, etc. We do provide chairs, but you may bring your own as well. If you use our chairs, we ask that you put them away at the end of the market. Your booth space must fit your setup as well as yourself. We cannot accommodate any additional space if your setup is too big as the booths are measured exactly and it would take away space from those around you.
IS IT CENTRAL CHECKOUT?
We are NOT a central checkout market. This means you or someone else must be in charge of your own checkout. We strongly recommend having the options of using a card reader (like Square or Shopify), Venmo, and cash.
WHAT KIND OF ADVERTISING IS DONE?
We do a lot of advertising before each event to ensure the best turnout possible! This includes: Paid Facebook and Instagram Ads, Good Things Utah interviews, Facebook events, Instagram feed and story posts, Tiktoks and Reels, flyers (including EDDM), yard signs, and postings on event sites. All vendors are sent social media flyers approximately one month before each market, and we ask that you do as much of your own advertising (with and without them) as possible. At the end of the day, sales are up to each individual.
HOW DO TAXES WORK?
All vendors are required to send in either their EIN (Employer Identification Number. Also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number), SSN (Social Security Number), or Driver's License Number. These will ONLY be shared with the Utah Special Event Tax Division. Your special event tax form will be given to you at the market. You are responsible to fill it out and send it to the Tax Division before the due date.
WHAT IS THE REFUND POLICY?
Booth fees are non-refundable, so please double-check that the market date will work for you before applying. However, booth fees are transferable to a future market date if given at least a 72 hour notice. You may also have someone sit at your booth for you if you are unable to attend. Sales of booth spaces are not allowed. Please contact us if you have extenuating circumstances.
WHAT IS THE FOOD VENDOR POLICY?
Any food vendors must present a valid Food Handlers Permit and an Extended Temporary Food Permit or Mobile Food Service Permit (if operating out of a food truck/trailer) before the event. As well as bring those with you to the event.
ARE THERE ADDITIONAL PERKS?
Each vendor will receive at least 1 professional photo with their booth! Snacks and water are provided at every event.
WHY WORK WCREATOR'S COLLECTIVE MARKET?
As a market, our number one goal is to help you be successful. We have created a community full of support and positivity. Our markets are a place to grow your business, make sales, network and make connections, and form friendships. Our customers love to shop small and support their local community!
Creator's Collective Market prides itself in the positive, supportive, uplifting, and inclusive community that we have created. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, or sexual orientation. We ask that our vendors show kindness and respect towards staff, attendees, and fellow vendors.