Accepting Vendor ApplicationsMark SQuared accepts applications for food, merchandise, arts & crafts and corporate / commercial vendors. Our food court and merchandise market will feature an eclectic mix of delicious foods, find art, jewelry, sculpture, textile crafts, clothing, photography, mixed media and much more.Vendor booths:
$30 Non-profitsAdditional amenities:
$15 6ft table and 2 chairs
$5 Clothes rackDownload the Vendor Application and complete the form in entirety. Return your application to firstname.lastname@example.orgBook Fair ApplicationsTo be considered to participate in Writer’s Row at the FAME Festival, you must be a published, self-published, local or independent author representing yourself and must only promote your titles(s). You must send a copy of your book with the application. Booksellers and publishers are not eligible to apply under this category. MSQ will provide:One table One chair 2 authors per tableTable top sign with author name and book title One Exhibitor listing on the printed Fairgoer’s Guide* One Exhibitor listing on MSQs website* ~ Interested in more information on vending process for the 2013 F.A.M.E. Festival Block Party? ~ Please contact: Mimi Johnson at 404-974-5744 -or- email@example.comAbout the Fall FestivalHistorically, harvest time is the most labor intensive time of the growing cycle.Mark SQuared’s Fall Festival gives us the opportunity to celebrate all of the hard work that we’ve invested in cultivating our crops – our businesses, our education, our performances, our relationships, our selves. The Fall Festival is the tangible acknowledgement of work well done.The Fall Festival is a community fun day celebrating Creativity UNboxed. We showcase filmmakers, artists, actors, artisans, musicians, motivators, entrepreneurs and entertainers from throughout the Southeast. For an evening we transfer our corner of Clarkston Industrial Blvd in Clarkston GA into a series of stages, lounges, work rooms and cafes for your creative enjoyment. Mark Squared is as diverse as our home city and all about independent film, art, music and culture. The festival will feature independent booths, musicians from all corners of the world, health screenings, choirs, DJs, a fashion show, food trucks, and local non-profits. The day will benefit Children and Family Literacy.
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