Enhancing Your Craft Show Application with High-Quality Photos

The visual quality of your application photos can profoundly influence your success in being selected for craft shows. Despite the excellence of your products, poor photographs can hinder your marketing efforts, affecting your potential success and the overall appeal of your participation. This document outlines the importance of high-quality product photos and provides comprehensive tips […]

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What permits are required?

Permits may be required for Food and Bath & Body Vendors Food Vendors Exhibitors offering food products at the Nova Scotia Art and Craft Show may need to possess an up-to-date Food Handlers Permit, which can be acquired online. Click here. Sellers must ascertain whether their food products require permits, as not all foods are

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Booth and Table Info

BOOTH SIZE: 10′ wide by 8′ deep. BOOTH DRAPE: In order to keep costs low for exhibitors we have opted not to fully pipe and drape this show as doing so would significantly increased the booth fee. The perimeter spaces will have an actual wall behind them (or window if at the front of the

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When is exhibitor set up?

Thursday: There will be some time on Thursday afternoon for set up between 4 – 8pm. Friday: 8AM – 9:45 AM.ALL booths MUST BE set up and ready by 9:45am. VIP shopping will commence at 10am sharp. General public shopping commences at 10am. The show is held at the Cedar Event Center, 111 Clayton Park

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