Become a vendor

Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at Pride Beaverton 2019! Please read the following information carefully.

Deadline: May 31, 2019

Application and fee must be received no later than Friday, May 31, 2019. Yes, seriously.


2019 Pride in the Park Vendor Information & Rules

Booth Size: 10’x10’

Booths must be secured with water jugs or sandbags. No stakes can/shall be placed in the ground.

Hours of Operation

Sunday, June 23, 2019 from 11:00a.m. until 6:00p.m. Vendors are asked to stay open during Pride in the Park, rain or shine. Average temp on June 23rd is 76 degrees, however at 2018 Pride in the Park, it was nearly 100 degrees!

Loading/Unloading

Pride in the park set-up will take place in parking west of the Beaverton Main Library (at the Beaverton Farmers Market Location) from 7:00am to 10:30am. Booth locations will be assigned. Once unloaded please quickly move your vehicle to a regular parking area. A Pride Beaverton partner will be on hand to give direction, advice and make decisions. PLEASE, drive carefully and be kind.

Booth Location and Storage

Booths will be pre-assigned. If you have a special request, please let us know in advance. We will do our best to honor booth requests, but we cannot guarantee specific space locations. All items and garbage must be stored inside your booth and leave with you.

Important Stuff

  • All non-food vendors cannot sell or give away any food or beverage product of any type (excluding water, which may be given away until further notice). This especially includes sampling.

  • Vendors cannot sell or sample any product that could be used to harm others (like knives, mace, explosives, etc.). If you show up with anything that fits this description, you will be asked to pack up your booth and arefund will not be available to you.

  • Be nice. Please. To each other, to our guests and to us. This is heart and soul, everyone is doing their very best.

  • In the event of protesters or other disruptive action, Pride Beaverton promises to quickly attend to the problem. Your happiness and safety are our greatest concern, no one will be allowed to rain on our parade (literally and figuratively) and no one is allowed to scare or intimidate our friends and guests.

  • All vendors are required to stay for the entire event.

  • Vendors are responsible for leaving the area in the same condition as they found it.

  • We reserve the right to censor any booth.


What to Bring

Please bring your own tables, chairs, 10 x 10 canopy. (Be prepared for all weather conditions, especially wind – we have had a vendor canopy blow over and destroyed; you must weight your canopy down).Also, sunscreen, hats & water for your team (it’s a usually a HOT day with plenty of sunburns to show for it.)

Cooking

Food vendors who will be cooking food on site are required to have a Fire Department Annual Permit and a Food Handler's permit available from Washington County. These are your responsibility and must be on hand for inspection.

Indemnification: (boring but important)

To the fullest extent permitted by law, you (the sponsor/vendor) shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless, Kate Kristiansen, Pride Beaverton, The City of Beaverton, Oregon, and all of their respective employees, directors, officers, agents, volunteers and other persons acting on their behalf from and against any and all claims, actions, suits causes of action, or demands which arise or are in any way connected with the acts or omissions of you, your employees, directors, officials, agents, volunteers or persons acting on your behalf.

Pride Beaverton or their affiliates will not be held responsible for any liability, lost or stolen or damaged merchandise or any injury incurred during Pride in the Park.

I agree to abide by the sponsor/vendor rules and regulations of Pride Beaverton 2019.

I understand that I may not be invited to participate in future events if I am in violation of any rules or regulations set by event coordinators

2019 Pride in the park vendor application