Farmer and the Dail Spring Market
Saturday, May 13th 8am-2pm

Calling all local makers, crafters, artists, small business owners, and home business owners who'd like to showcase their products at our Spring Market!  We are looking for folks who create unique items that can't be found at the mall!  Items that have a story behind them, that show the work and love that go into creating something special.  Sound like you?  We'd love for you to be a part of our Spring Market!  We also know a lot of moms and ladies who have home businesses selling Scentsy, Lipsense, Pampered Chef, etc. and we'd love to have you too!  For these types of businesses, please note that we prefer to have only one rep from each company so it will all be first come first serve!  
Vendors must be set up by 7:30 am on May 13th and must stay until 2pm.  You'll be set up outside, and bringing a tent is encouraged as there isn't a lot of shade.  We'll have the usual Farmer and the Dail treats and sweets available that day, as well as a yard games for kids and adults to help get people to stay around, eat, hang out, and shop.  Making your space interactive and fun while displaying your products is what will help make the market a success!  The vendor fee for this event is $30 and this will go to advertising the event on Facebook through paid sponsored posts.  Once we have a good vendor list started, we will reach out to ECU and local news media to advertise as much as possible!  Please feel free to email me pictures ( that we can use when posting about vendors on our Facebook page.  Posting on your own social media pages and sharing our Spring Market event (will be created later this week) will be very helpful in making sure people know about the market.  We are so excited for our first ever Spring Market and can't wait to bring local businesses together!

Spring Market Application

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This is just a tentative list so we can keep track of vendor products, if you add more items by the date of the market, that's okay!