As soon as your application is approved, please make payment arrangements.
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Equipment: Let us know as soon as possible what equipment you require. If you require equipment we do not have, please be sure to supply it yourself.
Eligibility: You do not need to be a booth holder in order to display your holistic marketing materials. Location: The table is located at the front of the room, near the ATM and the entrance. Display Items: You can display your brochures or business cards on our brochure table. Price: See the Application Form. Payment: Scroll down to see payment options. Drop Off: Put materials in an envelop and leave them in our mailbox: 709 Cleveland Ave, Riverview, NB E1B 1Y7 Pick-Up:
Let us know when you would like to pick up leftover brochures, and we will put them in an envelop and leave them in our mailbox for you.
OR: Pick up your materials after the fair ends (5pm Sunday) at Coverdale Center, 50 Runnymeade Rd, Riverview, NB E1B 4T9
Full Sponsorship: Your logo will appear on the full-colour fair posters which will be displayed throughout Greater Moncton and surrounding communities. Additionally, your online logo will appear on the homepage of this website, and will be linked to your website / blog / Facebook page.
Web Sponsorship:Your logo will placed on the homepage of this website, and will be linked to your website / blog / Facebook page.
Prices: See theApplication Form. Payment: We require advance payment to display your logo. As soon as your application is approved, please make payment arrangements. Scroll down to see payment options. Logo: A logo is a graphic designed to represent your business.
Please email yours to firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience.
Preferred file format is Adobe Illustrator (.AI), but we also accept .PNG, .TIFF, .GIF, and .SVG.
Ideally, logo should have a transparent background.
Please ensure your logo includes the name of your business.
If you do not have a logo, Kim can create one for you for an added fee.
Early Payment: Full sponsors must pay and submit their logo before we send the poster to print (generally 5 weeks before the fair).
You do not need to have a booth in the fair in order to be a sponsor.
Your business/company must be in the holistic health field.
Required: We require advance payment to reserve a booth, presentation spot and/or sponsorship. Payment Deadline: One month prior to the fair
If you cannot pay by the deadline, please tell us A.S.A.P.
You risk losing your spot if you do not pay by the deadline.
Prices: See theApplication Form. Total: If your application is accepted, we will send you an email confirmation along with the total amount due.
When to Pay: As soon as you receive email confirmation from us, please send payment right away to secure your place. Deadline: 30 days before the fair, or as otherwise stated in the email confirmation we send you
Cash: Call Steve (381-0883) to arrange drop-off to our home (709 Cleveland Ave, Riverview, NB E1B 1Y7)
Cheque: Payable to Steve Clayton / Mail to: 709 Cleveland Ave, Riverview, NB E1B 1Y7
PayPal: Send to email@example.com
Interac e-Transfer: Send Payment + Password to firstname.lastname@example.org
Receipt: We will email you a receipt as confirmation of payment.
Cancellation & Refund Policy UPDATED
Cancellation Fee: $25
This fee covers banking / PayPal fees; administrative costs and online marketing.
More than 7 days before the fair: We'll refund your payment less the $25 cancellation fee, providing we can fill your booth. Less than 7 days before the fair: No refund will be issued.
Due to limited space, we turn away a lot of applicants. Of those who ask to be put on the waiting list, very few are still available the week of the fair. We've had empty booths due to late cancellations. That's not fair to the visitors, nor to us. We've kept our prices low in order to better serve you, but that means we need the revenue from all booths to cover our expenses and time.
Circumstances Beyond Our Control (i.e. Stormy Weather): We are not responsible / liable for acts of God / Mother Nature.
At the Fair Set-Up Times, What to Bring, What to Avoid, Security, Dismantling
Friday: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm (to be confirmed) Saturday: 8:00 am - 9:45 am Sunday: 8:00 am - 9:45 am
What to Bring
Table Cloth(es): You need to supply a table cover (8' x 4' per table). Power Cords: If you paid for power, please bring extension cord(s). Non-Damaging Adhesive (or alternative):
Center Aisle Booths: You can hang a banner providing you bring your own loop hooks.
Outside Wall Booths: Coverdale Center doesn't want us hanging things on the walls, but we found that you can put things up with a good quality tape, one that will not pull off paint. Alternatively, we used four small bungee cords to put up our banner.
Gifts for Volunteers: Please join us in giving gifts to our wonderful volunteers.
Why give gifts to the volunteers? Gifting is a lovely way to show gratitude. Besides, the volunteers’ generosity helps keep the fair costs down, a savings which we pass on to you.
Are the gift mandatory? No. Please give as you see fit.
What kinds of gifts are suitable? Anything! Gifts do not need to be elaborate or expensive. We are giving each of the volunteers a gift certificate for free healing. Other ideas include sample products, free services offered at the fair.
Amount: We have 8 volunteers but only have 5 or 6 gift bags. That's because several of our volunteers are married, so they share a gift bag.
When / where to drop them off? Please give to them to Steve first thing in the morning. That way, he can package them and present the gifts to the volunteers. Thank you!
What to Avoid
NEWNo-Scent Policy: We ask you to refrain from the following:
Smudging / burning sage
Wearing scents and scented-products
Displaying and/or using heavily scented products that are not wrapped, bottled, or otherwise contained
EXCEPTION: Anything that's natural, and not heavily concentrated, is great (i.e. almond oil)
Space Encroachment: We take care not to crowd booths together. We ask that you do the same.
There should be adequate space on either side of your booth for people to walk through. DO NOT CROWD DOORWAYS OR AISLES - AS PER THE OFFICE OF THE FIRE MARSHAL.
Disruptive Sound: Please be respectful of your fellow exhibitors by keeping your noise level down. Even healing accoutrements can be overwhelming in a small, shared space. This includes:
drums, gongs, singing bowls and recorded music
Cheap Tape: No cheap tape allowed on floors or walls. Open Flames: i.e. Lit candles
Although there has never been a problem in all our past fairs, and the building is locked at night, please note that we are unable to guarantee the safety of your personal items.
NEITHER WE, STEVE CLAYTON AND KIM HUTCHINSON, NOR THE COVERDALE CENTRE/TOWN OF RIVERVIEW ARE LIABLE FOR DAMAGE OR LOSS OF YOUR BELONGINGS.
These are some of the ways that we choose to promote the fair. Please feel free to do your part by letting others know about your participation in the fair. The more we all do to promote this event, the greater our collective success!
Posters: We display 150 full colour posters throughout Moncton, Dieppe and Riverview and surrounding communities (i.e. Salisbury, Hillsborough, etc.) We will also email the poster so you can print and display it at your location and anywhere else you wish. Handouts: We give out 500+ business card sized brochures with the upcoming fair info on them. Lawn Signs: The weekend of each event, Steve places brightly coloured signs on the route to the fair. Word-of-Mouth: Nothing beats telling people about the fair! We talk it up wherever you go (i.e. Moncton Market).
Google AdWords: We continue to use text ads on Google. Online Marketing: We post the fair online at a variety of websites such as Clayhut Healing, Kijiji, Snapd Moncton, East Coast Shift, Wellness NB, and more. Website: Your name, company name, website address and product/service description will be posted on the exhibits page (and talks page, too, if applicable). Facebook: We regularly post fair announcements and promotions (giveaways) on our Facebook page.
We encourage you to promote your business on our Facebook fair page and event page.
Twitter: Our Facebook page is linked to our Twitter account, so we tweet often about the fair. Email Marketing: The week before the fair, we’ll send you an email template to send out to everyone on your mailing list. We’ll also promote the fair in our monthly newsletter.
Radio: We have purchased radio ads in the past, and we've also been interviewed by CBC and other stations. TV: We've been featured in the local news several times, both in English and en français. We can't guarantee a film crew will be at this coming event, but you never know! Newspaper/ Magazine: We've published newspaper announcements in the past. We have also been featured multiple times in SNAPD Moncton, and twice in the provincial HERE Magazine.
Contest & Free Passes
Free Passes: 36+ each fair Contest: Every fair we run a contest on this website and on Facebook to give away 20 free weekend passes. Volunteer Free Passes: Each volunteer receives a free pass for him/herself and a friend, for a total of 16 free weekend passes. Other Free Passes: We give away free passes to various organizations that in turn promote our fair.