The Food Vendor Application: Tet Food Vendor Application 2013.pdf
The Non-Food Vendor Application: Tet Non-Food Vendor Application 2013.pdf
Vendor Procedure Pamphlet - Food:
Vendor Procedure Pamphlet - Commercial:
Map of the grounds: map_of_grounds.pdf
Another Map of the grounds:
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Dear Prospective Vendors,
Once again the Lunar New Year Festival has come! This year, we hope to bring you another fun, successful and profitable experience during our 3-day festival. Our previous vendors have made huge profits, and we would love to have you along for the ride.
We have two types of booths: food and non-food (commercial).
Food is a vital part of our festival. If you have participated with us before, you know that selling food is fun and profitable. We try our best to bring in variety of food items, especially ones that are culturally significant. We always welcome new vendors to make our festival more diverse, so come join us!
We also offer non-food booths such as commercial/game, informational/art exhibition and non-profit booths. More details in booth options.
With 5 years in the running, we have become very well-known to the San Diego community as well as our neighboring cities. Our annual festival attracts well over 20,000 people of different cultures and ethnicities, making it one of the largest Lunar New Year Festivals in Southern California.
If you have any questions or would like to be a vendor at our festival, please email our Vendor Chairs at email@example.com. We'll make sure that the 2013 Lunar New Year will be an amazing experience for you.
We look forward to working with you soon!
Please mail all your checks and applications to
Vietnamese American Youth Alliance (VAYA)
ATTN: 2012 SD TET Vendor
P.O. Box 711912
San Diego, CA 92171
Phone: 858-215-4TET (4838)
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Any selling of food, from pre-packaged food such as candy or cookies in boxes, any type of jerky in sealed bag or if you are selling food made on site such as BBQ, corn on the cob, salads, and drinks, must apply for a food booth with the following permits below.
Food Handling Certificate - All food vendors must attach a copy of your food-handling certificate with your vendor application. Vendors are responsible for knowing and meeting all Health Department Regulation. Be prepared for a visit from the Health Department and our inspectors.
Seller's Permit - All vendors who are planning to operate under any kind of commercial of having profit, as a chief aim by providing goods and/or services in exchange is required to have a seller's permit provided by the Board of Equalization. (BOE400SPA_2007 form)
Temporary Food Facility Permit - All food vendors must apply for the Temporary Food Facility Permit. Please obtain a copy of the application and send a check payable to the County of San Diego with the appropriate payment amount.
Commercial/Game Booth: If you are selling any products or services, apply for a commercial booth. This includes sales of CDs, electronics, fabrics, and phone cards, cell phones to services such as travel, massages, and palm reading. Must apply for Seller's Permit BOE400SPA. If you are offering fee-based entertainment, such as game booths like basketball, where you can win a prize, apply for a game booth
Information/Art Exhibit Booth: Apply for information/art exhibit booth if you want to advertise, or bring awareness to any kind of information. This includes display forms of art, information on voting, and health issues to free services such as haircut, massages, or free testing for diabetes. There cannot be any exchange of monetary values for any of the products or services made on site.
Non-Profit Booth: If you are a non-profit 501(c)(3) status organization, you can apply for an non-profit informational booth.