Shopping at the Fair is all about the treasure hunt. Do you have a product, a service, or a food & beverage item to sell or promote? If yes, please consider becoming a Vendor during the Pierce County Fair held August 10-13, 2023.
The difference between a Vendor and an Exhibitor at the Pierce County Fair is:
2023 - Experience the Magic
- the Exhibitor enters a item or shows an animal for competition,
- the Vendor purchases a space within the Fair to display a product or service.
The Pierce County Fair will be held the 2nd week in August - the 10th through the 13th - Thursday through Sunday.
Your contribution as a Vendor is vital to the success of the Pierce County Fair. The theme for 2023 is "Experience the Magic". Returning Vendors:
Eventhub.net will be available soon to accommodate 2023 Pierce County Fair vendors. Please use your current signons to access Eventhub
when it is updated for 2023. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org. New Vendors:
To request an application for a Vendor space or for more information, email email@example.com. Once we receive your application it will be reviewed and approved as soon as possible. You are required to staff your booth during Fair hours; 10:00 AM – 9:30 PM all four days of the Fair except Sunday when we close at 6:00 PM. All booths must be open for business by 10:00 AM each day of the Fair. Supplies will need to be dropped off prior to 9 am.
For more information about being a vendor, please refer to the Vendor Rules & Regulations
or call Shelly Bennett, Fair manager at 253-847-4754 &/or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include the following information on any inquiries:
- Contact name
- Phone and e-mail
- Product/service being sold or represented
An additional rental fee shall be equal to Fifteen percent (15%) OF GROSS REVENUES, minus applicable taxes and the booth fee.
All vendors will fill out an audit form whether they are selling or not, per the Pierce County Auditor.
The Pierce County Fair Association reserves the right to refuse vendors as well as limit the number of vendors selling or displaying “like items” in order to provide a wide variety of products and services for the general public.