Vendor shall submit the required paperwork by March 25 , 2022 or their vending space may be forfeited.
Vendor is required to be open on March 26, 2022 by 11am for the duration of the entire event.
Closing before or staying open after the end of the event is grounds for exclusion
from participating at future events.
Vendor must post prices in a legible manner and in a visible space on their booth. Vendors will only be allowed to sell items that have been approved in writing by the Vegan Wonderland committee.
INSURANCE: YOU MUST BE COVERED! Food Vendors will provide public liability and property damage insurance in an amount not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence, Two Million dollars ($2,000,000) aggregate. The Department of Parks and Recreation must receive the certificate of insurance no later than five (5) working days prior to the event. Vendor is solely responsible for all personal property at all times.
Vegan Wonderland will not allow the sale of merchandise at the event that offends community standards or depicts illegal drug use or paraphernalia.
FIRE INSPECTION: Vendors will be required to have, on site, a fire extinguisher with a minimum rating of 2A10B:C and a licensed Nevada fire protection company must have serviced it within the last year. These extinguishers must bear a tag with the servicing information. If you will be using any type of frying appliance, including commercial grade deep fryers, woks, pots, etc. they will need a fire extinguisher that is a K class, in addition to the C class. A licensed Nevada state fire protection company must also have serviced this extinguisher within the last year, and a No Smoking sign must be posted. Please see attached addendum for additional fire code requirements.
SUBLEASING: Vendor may not sublease their space, unless pre-arranged with Vegan Wonderland. Sublease in this use includes renting, sharing, donating or in any way allowing another company or person to display or advertise in an exhibitor’s space
INDEMNIFICATION: Contractor agrees, by signing below, regardless of coverage under any insurance policy, to pay all costs necessary to indemnify, defend and hold Vegan Wonderland (as applicable) harmless from all claims, demands, losses, actions, attorney’s fees, cost and expenses based on or arising out of any acts, errors, omissions, fault, or negligence of contractor or its principals, employees, subcontractors or other agents while performing services under this contract.
HEALTH PERMIT (IF APPLICABLE): Food Vendors or Tasting Booths (including bottled water, soda, etc.) must obtain a temporary food permit from the Southern Nevada Health District. Events operated on County Property MUST obtain a temporary permit from the Clark County Health District. These temporary food permits must be available on site. The Clark County Health District will charge a late fee for permits not obtained 7 days in advance. You will not be allowed to open if you do not have a health permit. Health District regulations must be followed during the event. Any questions regarding temporary permits should be deferred to the Health Department at 702-759-1110.
SALES TAX: Nevada State Law states that all vendors must pay sales tax on goods sold in Nevada. Vendors are responsible for keeping track of their sales, and paying current applicable Nevada State Sales Tax at the end of the event. If you are forced to close by any government agency for failure to obtain your necessary permits and/or licenses, Vegan Wonderland is not liable and will not refund fees. NO EXCEPTIONS. Any questions should be directed to Nevada’s Department of Taxation at 702-486-2300. Anyone failing to pay taxes will be prohibited from vending in future events.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages or controlled substances by vendors at their booth is prohibited. Under no circumstances are controlled substances allowed on the event site. Anyone with controlled substances in their possession on the event site is subject to immediate expulsion and /or arrest.
Potable water is available on a limited basis. Use of potable water will require written advance notice. If granted permission, vendors will be responsible for their own hook ups and transport of water (including a hose).
All business or other activity, for which the vendors have rented space, must be conducted within the designated booth space only. No distribution, canvassing, flyers, or vending of any kind may be done while strolling through the event grounds.
Set-up information will be e-mailed to you the week of the event.
All tents larger than 20’ x 20’ are required to have a certificate of fireproofing certification.
Minors under 21 years of age are prohibited from consuming, handling or purchasing alcoholic beverages.
Vendors must provide their own tents, tables, chairs, shade cover/tent, lights, etc.
Refrigeration units may be no larger than purchased booth size. Only cold food storage will be allowed behind food vendors. Vegan Wonderland will not permit storage of any vendor food in county operated areas. NO EXCEPTIONS.
No political signs are permitted.
No carts or motorized vehicles during event hours without prior approval from Vegan Wonderland.
Vendors must be completely off park grounds immediately following the event. Failure to comply will result in potential expulsion from future Vegan Wonderland events.25