2023 Food Vendor Application
Food Vendor Meeting
June 20 | 4 PM | Virtual
All new vendors must attend the meeting on June 20. A meeting link will be emailed out to all confirmed food vendors, and recorded for any vendors not in attendance. All vendors who apply after the meeting date and those who were not in attendance will need to watch the video and complete a short assessment that acknowledges they’ve seen and understand the material.
One of our missions is to give back to the community, so we do require each for-profit organization to pair up with a non-profit organization. The profit split is then discussed and decided upon between those two groups. If you are a non-profit looking to purchase a booth, you can do so without pairing up with a for-profit.
For questions related to fire codes, please contact:
Derek Henson, MPA, EFO, CFO
Battalion Chief | City of Appleton
Fire City Inspector | City of Appleton
Frequently Asked Questions
No, as a non-profit, you can purchase a booth spot on your own. You will need to provide all materials (tent, table, etc.) in addition to equipment to make/sell/store your food and drink items, but all profits go back to you.
Because one of our missions is to give back to the community, we do require each for-profit organization to pair up with a non-profit organization. The cost and profit split is then discussed and decided upon between those two groups. Once that’s decided, download and fill out an application together and mail it and a check to the Chamber office.
Reach out to an organization you feel passionate about or email email@example.com for a list of non-profits interested in a partnership.