All vendors will be encouraged to use the permanent 10 x 14 awnings for this weekly event for a price of $35.00 per spot. If the permanent awnings are all full then a 10x10 non-covered spot will rent for $25.00.
Farmers and Gardeners who are growing their own produce and farm items will pay $15.00 for a permanent 10x14 spot or $10.00 for a noncovered 10x10 spot. Food trucks will pay $30.00 to set up at the Tuesday Market. These prices will be subject to change with notice.
Please download application and scan back to our email, email@example.com Once we receive application and space is paid for, your spot will be held. Direct Sales are accepted on a first come first serve basis. We are always looking for more vendors including food and non profit organizations!
Most vendors will need a tax permit. If you need more information on whether or not you need one, please contact the Texas Comptrollers office at 1-800-252-5555 or visit their website to apply for a permit https://comptroller.texas.gov/ OR contact us for more information on other options we offer. Please email us if you have additional questions. And visit us on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/thelaverniamarketdays/
Yes for all taxable items, because if you do not have one the Event Promoter then becomes responsible for your sales Tax.
This info comes from https://comptroller.texas.gov/taxes/publications/96-211.php
FAIRS, FESTIVALS, MARKETS AND SHOWS
If you sell taxable items at a fair, festival, antique market, trade show, arts and crafts show, gun show or other type of market or show, you may be responsible for collecting and remitting Texas sales and use tax.
Sales Tax Responsibilities Sellers and Event Promoters
A "seller" is a retailer, wholesaler, distributor, manufacturer or other person who sells, or transfers ownership of taxable items or performs taxable services...
Sellers at these events, including sellers from outside Texas participating at these events, are engaged in business in Texas and must have a Texas Sales and Use Tax Permit if they sell taxable items or services; take orders for taxable items or services; or use the event to promote selling taxable items or services.
Event promoters (organizers) are sellers, too. They must collect and remit the sales tax on their sales, as well as sales made by individuals, dealers or salespersons at these events who do not have an active Texas Sales and Use Tax Permit and whose sales do not qualify for tax exemption. Examples of sales that qualify for tax exemption include sales made by sellers under a tax-free sale by certain nonprofit organizations;