Loblolly Activity Vendor Application

Things to know about this form:

  • You will be required to provide proof of insurance in a jpeg, png, or pdf format.

  • You will be required to provide a Tax Identification Number.

  • How many 20 amps / 110 volt outlets are needed? 220 volts are available. What is the total amperage required?
  • Drop files here or
    Max. file size: 20 MB, Max. files: 5.
      Please upload proof of insurance; without proof, Laurel Main Street cannot allow you to participate in the Festival.
    • The Festival Committee reserves the right to ask you to remove any unspecified items on the day of the event.
    • Drop files here or
      Max. file size: 20 MB, Max. files: 5.
        If you do not have pictures to upload at the time, please email photographs to info@laurelmainstreet.com Note that pictures are required.
      • If you would like to make a request about the location of your booth space or any other feature related to your participation in the event, you may make it here, and we will review it.
      • $0.00
      • No beverages of any kind may be sold or distributed by an activity vendor. No food may be sold from an activity booth. No applications will be accepted after September 1. Vendors agree to comply with insurance requirements requested by Loblolly Festival to Laurel Main Street. The Festival Committee, Laurel Main Street, nor the City of Laurel is responsible for any lost / stolen / vandalized / damaged property during the Festival activities. The Festival, Laurel Main Street, and the City of Laurel are not responsible, and vendor accepts full responsibility for any injuries to person or property while in or about vendor booth, and any injury to people manning the vendor booth. By selecting "I agree," the vendor agrees to the Terms and Conditions.
      • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

      Written by Keri Rowell

      Keri is a member of the Laurel Main Street Board of Directors and the Promotions Committee Chair. She has been involved with Laurel Main Street since high school, and owns a small business in Downtown Laurel.