Dealer Information

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Furvana as an art dealer

Required paperwork

Because of our choice of venue, there are a few legal items you'll need to take care of to be able to sell things at Furvana Field Day. We realize that this rather a lot for a one-day event, but unfortunately it is part of the nature of holding an event in a public park.

Note that it may take two (2) weeks or more to complete these items if you haven't done so already, so please don't wait until the last minute to apply!

If you have any questions about the application process, send an email to dealers@furvana.org and we'll be happy to help you.

  • You must sign up in advance. No walk-ins, sorry.

  • You must file for these:

    1. A Washington State tax ID.

    2. A City of Everett Temporary Business License. Note that you'll need a Washington State tax ID (see item 1) first.

    3. A Short-Term Vendor Permit from the Parks and Community Services department of the City of Everett. You'll need a City of Everett Business License (see item 2) first.

  • If you're selling food or drinks, you must also have a current food handler's permit and be able to produce a certificate of insurance as detailed in the Short-Term Vendor Permit application.

  • You must notify us at dealers@furvana.org that you want to sell items at Furvana Field Day. We'll be happy to work with you to set up a space for you to sell in the park!

Selling

There is no charge for dealer space.

You should provide your own tables, chairs, tents, and other furnishings for your space. If you need help getting furnishings, let us know at dealers@furvana.org and we'll help you out.

Content rules

Because Furvana Field Day is open to the public, the display or sale of adult material is prohibited. All items must be PG-13 or lower.

For example, the following are prohibited in items for display or sale at Furvana Field Day:

  • Exposed genitalia or representations thereof

  • Sexual acts

  • Realistic violence in which a victim is shown to be seriously injured

  • Any content whose possession, sale, or transportation across state boundaries constitutes a criminal offense

  • Any other content that is deemed unsuitable for younger viewers under any federal or state law

Furvana reserves the right to determine in its sole discretion whether an item is suitable for display or sale. If we determine that an item is not suitable, you will be asked to remove it from display or sale. Failure to adhere to these content guidelines may result in removal from the event, and local authorities may be contacted if necessary.

Noncommercial space

If you're not going to be selling things, but want a space to show off something cool, we'd love to have you too!

Just let us know at dealers@furvana.org and we'll help you get set up.

You won't need to file for business licenses if you will not be handling money in any way. The content guidelines described above will still apply.