I'm torn. I've been wanting to get more events in my hometown area but I don't know about this. What do you all think? First- its $100 for an all day event (10a-8pm on Sunday before Labor Day *not sure about that either in a small church town?*)- which is high IMHO....but then the rest is what bothers me. It's only for a 6' x 4' space OUTDOORS at our local park- which if I want a canopy, (10x10) I'd have to pay extra!. And of course no refunds if it rains (yet good luck covering yourselves!) Then they say this: "All vendors are requested to provide General Liability Insurance with minimum coverage of $1,000,000. A certificate of insurance afforded by a company licensed to do business in NC should be provided that names [Company XX] as Additional insured. " This event has never happened here before, so I'm thinking maybe to pass on it this year, and attend to see how it is. Then we'll see abou tNEXT year. First-time events are usually very expensive and not so productive in my experience. It's sponsored by a charity organization using it as a fundraiser for food banks. But the size of the booth...shoot.. that's barely two tables in an L-shape. I've done that small before wuth a tri-fold board display, but not sure. Thoughts? It has potential as far as traffic- it's in the park right on the main drag of town....after Church's let out it would get busier I'd expect...but be pretty dead from probably 10-1pm. ????? How badly do I want to get business in town? Be cheaper to just do Pamper A Business.