ASUO Street Faire Fall 2019 Vendor Application
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Calling all Vendors, Artisans and Street Faire Fanatics alike,
The Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO) would like to invite you to apply to the Street Faire this fall, to be held Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 through Friday, October 18th, 2019. The heart of this event will take place along 13th Avenue through University Street. We invite you to come and embrace what is the central buzz of campus. Come celebrate the duck culture with our wide variety of students that are just waiting to eat and shop between classes. The Faire will operate from 10:00am to 6:00pm each day Wednesday through Friday. Vendors are required to stay Wednesday through Friday and come to set-up during their later designated time.
This application contains important fee information, deadlines, and regulations for the Faire. Vendors should carefully read over ALL pages of the application. Submission of the form should be online, however, ASUO encourages vendors to print out the entire application for reference. If you are unable to submit the application electronically please print out a copy and return to the ASUO office or email to email@example.com no later than 11:59PM on Wednesday, September 4th, 2019. All payments regardless of method of payment must be received by deadlines listed or application will be considered incomplete.
Fees and General Application Information
Faire Rules and Regulations
Fire Safety Regulations
Booth Space and Payment Form
Please note that due to space constraints, campus construction, the need for diversity and a variety of other factors, past participation in the ASUO Street Faire does not guarantee acceptance to the Faire. As we process applications, we will carefully read product descriptions so PLEASE BE SPECIFIC on your application as to what you will be selling. Also, please note that we reserve the right to limit the number of any similar vendors.
- Food vendors - applications must include:
- Detailed menu.
- Required proof of liability insurance.
- Proof of Auto Insurance if using a vehicle on campus at any time including loading and/or unloading
- Prefer pictures of menu items you will be serving if possible
- Craft vendors - applications must include:
- Pictures of their goods to be sold at the Faire.
- Proof of Liability Insurance.
- Proof of Auto Insurance if using a vehicle on campus at any time including loading and/or unloading
- Not for Profit vendors - applications must include:
- Proof of Auto Insurance if using a vehicle on campus at any time including loading and/or unloading.
We appreciate your interest and hope to have a great Street Faire!
Kylie MacDonald, ASUO Street Faire Administrative Coordinator
It is assumed by your signature on the application that prior to the event you have carefully read and understand all the enclosed information. Only applicants approved by the ASUO will be allowed to participate in Street Faire events. If you have any questions concerning the Street Faire, the regulations set forth by this document or the information pertaining to the events during the Street Faire, please contact Nyla Jamison, ASUO Special Events Directo
r at (541) 346-0622 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Kylie MacDonald, ASUO Street Faire Administrative Assistant at email@example.com.
Fees and General Application Information
Application Fee (*NON-REFUNDABLE*): $15 (received by 11:59PM Wednesday, September 4, 2019)
Late Application Fee ($15) $30 Total (received AFTER 11:59PM Wed., Sept. 4th)
Parking Permit $80 (duration of event)
Booth Fees: Prices listed are inclusive of all three days. Accepted vendors must stay all three days.
ALL booths located on 13th Avenue will be responsible for own set-up (chairs, table, etc.).
Food Vendors 10' x 15' $400
Food Vendors 10' x 20' $475
Craft/Business Vendors 10' x 10' $265
Craft/Business Vendors 10' x 20' $410
Not-for-profit Organizations 10' x 10' on 13th $175
(Note 1: No more than four spaces available)
(Note 2: Responsible for own chairs, table, tent/canopy, etc.)
Not-for-profit Organizations 10' x 10' - amphitheater $150
(Note 1: Upper Amphitheater along 13th and University – canopy included, table and two chairs)
(Note 2: No more than six spaces available)
Not-for-profit Organizations 10 x 10 in fishbowl $125
(Note 1: Fishbowl Terrace near EMU Entrance – canopy included, table and two chairs)
(Note 2: No more than five spaces available)
Amphitheater Table: One table and two chairs provided. Canopies/Awnings are NOT allowed. Tables will be located near EMU in Amphitheater or Fishbowl areas.
Not-for-profit Organizations $70
University Programs or Departments $15
Note 1: Only Programs and Departments operating with a U of O Index can apply as a University Program or Department.
Note 2: Application required – application fees are waived for UO departments.
Note 3: Request for space other than a table will be processed at full booth cost only application fee will be waived.
ASUO Recognized Student Organization Free
Note 1: Application required – application and table fees are waived
Note 2: Request for space other than a table will be processed at full booth cost only application fee will be waived.
Vendor T-shirt: $15 each
Note 1: Each shirt will have the ASUO Fall 2019 logo on the front with "Vendor" written across the back of the shirt.
Note 2: Please indicate quantity and sizes
Faire Rules and Regulations
Application, Agreement, Registration
No application will be processed without payment of the application fee ($15.00) (unless U of O affiliation status can be verified via index), all necessary information/forms filled out COMPLETELY (including the Agreement and Registration form) and all required attachments received by 11:59PM on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. Only U of O Departments, U of O Programs and ASUO Recognized Student Organizations will be exempt from fees associated with the processing application. Only ASUO Recognized Student Organizations will be exempt from fees associated with Amphitheater tabling. All vendors must provide a copy of their current Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy before their application can be processed for review. After the deadline applications will be reviewed as received, vendors will be selected from timely completed applications and booth assignments will be made. All applicants will be informed of next steps to take once their application is accepted or denied. Booths will not be reassigned, except under extenuating circumstances approved by the Special Events Director, UO Safety Coordinator, UO Construction and/or City Fire Marshal. If the application is sent/received after 11:59PM Wednesday, September 4, 2019 a late fee totaling $30.00 must be included. If you choose to e-mail or mail your application, you must still send the application, required attachments and the fee to arrive by 11:59PM on September 4, 2019, for your application to be processed and not considered late. ALL payments are non-refundable. If booth and/or parking payments are not received by due dates (11:59PM, Wednesday, September 25, 2019: THE DEADLINE FOR BOOTH PAYMENTS) space will be reassigned to another vendor on wait list.
After receiving your application, required attachments and application fee ($15.00), your application will be reviewed for approval. If accepted as a vendor, you will receive a confirmation notice and invoice including booth space information and fees to include parking information if requested. If you receive an acceptance letter, you must then pay your booth fees (and parking fees if requested), to arrive by 11:59PM, Wednesday, September 25, 2019 regardless of method of payment. Booths will not be reassigned, except under extenuating circumstances approved by and/or required by the Special Events Director, UO Safety Coordinator, UO Construction and/or City Fire Marshal. ASUO will not refund any fees or payments if a move is required.
Vendors are encouraged to make payments online, at the following link, https://ecommerce.uoregon.edu/order_form/asuo-executive-2019-fall-street-faire Please note that this link is separate from the application link. Please be sure to complete and submit the application completely before making the application payment.
ASUO can also accept cash or check in person during office hours or checks by mail. Once the payment has been received by the ASUO, NO REFUNDS will be issued.
Application fees must be received by 11:59PM, Wednesday, September 4, 2019, regardless of payment method.
To verify payment(s), the ASUO requires ALL vendors and non-profit organizations to display a confirmation card in their booth/table at all times during the faire. This card will be issued as you enter the faire for set-up and should remain with you throughout the faire. If you do not have a card displayed, any ASUO representative on duty or other UO Official has the right to require an additional proof of payment. If you are unable to produce one, you will be asked to leave the faire immediately without refund.
All vendors must confine their business operations to ten (10) feet deep (From the front of the booth to the back of the booth including awnings) by ten (10) feet wide. Any vendor requiring more than the standard booth measurements must purchase additional space with-in the available booth sizes offered. This policy will be rigidly enforced due to the increase in the number of vendors, foot traffic, city fire regulations and university construction. Please be aware that racks and merchandise set in front of booths will encroach on the emergency access lane down the center of 13th Avenue will not be allowed. Table coverings, cord coverings, canopies, generators, chairs, decorations, etc. are the responsibility of the VENDOR. Fire code regulations require all canopies and tents to be anchored down with ample weight according to the size of the tent/canopy (see Fire Safety section for full details). Amphitheater tables are NOT allowed to erect covers due to safety and access regulations. All materials must meet Fire Safety Regulations (see Fire Safety section). Please unload quickly and move your vehicles. There will be a maximum of 30 minutes for automobiles to unload and park on 13th Street. To allow easy traffic during set up and take down, this will be strictly enforced; the Department of Parking and Transportation and/or the University of Oregon Police Department is entitled to give participants a ticket and/or tow any vehicle found to violating this regulation. NO vehicles may remain on 13th Street between (10am-6pm). ASUO will not be responsible for any parking or towing fines issued to vendors.
Entering the Faire/Check In
Each vendor will be assigned a specific check-in time (either Tuesday afternoon after 4:00 pm or Wednesday morning before 9:00 am). This time will be given to each vendor once payment has been processed prior to the faire. These check in times are designated according to a time sensitive set up process and must be adhered to. If you are early or late to your check in time you will not be permitted to physically enter 13th avenue from Kincaid under any circumstances. Due to traffic congestion and extreme safety issues only those who are scheduled to check in will be allowed to do so. Any issues with vendor check in times must be communicated to the ASUO Special Events Director at least 48 hours prior to the already scheduled check in time. During set up, vendors must enter 13th Avenue from Kincaid Street and exit through to University Street on the opposite end of 13th (i.e. traffic can only travel eastbound on 13th). Each morning of the faire ALL VEHICLES MUST VACATE THE STREET FAIRE BY 9:00 AM. There will be no exceptions. If vendors do not follow these policies ASUO Street Faire staff; UO Police Department and/or UO Fire/Safety Staff will be on site to direct individuals off campus and vendors could risk forfeiting their booth space without a refund.
Exiting the Faire/Close
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday the close down will start at 6:00 PM and ALL VEHICLES MUST BE OFF 13th Avenue by 7:00 PM. Those still remaining past this time WILL BE TOWED. If you need to enter 13th avenue with a vehicle during close down this MUST BE PREARRANGED WITH THE SPECIAL EVENTS DIRECTOR. Please disclose this in the application and you will be given a confirmation card that you are allowed to be on the street with a vehicle. Due to traffic congestion and fire safety issues there will be a limited number of vehicles allowed on the street. THE ONLY DESIGNATED TIME FOR AUTOMOBILES TO PASS THROUGH 13th STREET IS 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM. Please remove all valuables from your designated booth space before leaving for the night; the ASUO and the University of Oregon are not responsible for stolen or damaged items left unattended. All vendors will set up booths according to the schedule. Vendors will not be permitted onto 13th Avenue prior to their scheduled set up and close down times. If vendors arrive at the Faire entrance before scheduled times, they will be asked to return at the specified time allowed. This is to eliminate the hazards posed to pedestrians, bicyclists and vendors.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the ASUO offers the following accommodations/services for events that the ASUO initiates:
o wheelchair-accessible (please call the ASUO at (541) 346-3724 at least 1 business day prior to the event for directions, if needed)
o ASL-accessible (please call the ASUO at (541) 346-3724 at least five business days in advance)
ASUO is not responsible for providing parking for any vendor, however ASUO can offer the service for vendors in order to secure most desirable parking spaces available on campus that are as close to the faire as possible. Due to the heavy amount of events and traffic on campus the exact location and number of the parking spots ASUO is able to reserve for the faire is not certain until closer to the date of the event. These reserved parking spaces will be available to vendors on a “first come, first serve” basis only if requested when applying. In order to secure a parking space on campus, vendors MUST request the parking space in the application. Payment for parking must be included with your booth fees after being notified of acceptance to the faire and must be received by 11:59PM on Wednesday, September 25, 2019. Vendors will only be allowed to pay for one parking pass AFTER they have been accepted to the faire by the Street Faire Director. Once an available parking pass has been secured, vendors are responsible for contacting the University of Oregon Department of Parking and Transportation at (541) 346-5444, for more information about parking on campus. Vendors securing a parking pass will receive the parking pass as they enter the faire for set-up. The pass will identify the location of the assigned parking spots. Parking reserved for street faire will be identified by signage, please read signs carefully. Parking in any other space (even with street faire parking pass) may result in a parking ticket. The Department of Parking and Transportation and/or the University of Oregon Police Department are entitled to give participants a ticket and/or tow any vehicle found to be violating parking signage. ASUO will not be responsible any parking or towing fines issued to vendors. There are no available spaces on campus large enough for RV’s, trailers or mobile homes, please plan accordingly. If you do not request a parking pass from us in the application process, be aware that parking on campus is very limited and spread out over several miles of campus. ANY VENDOR WHO ACTS UNPROFESSIONALLY OR TREATS ASUO/CAMPUS STAFF NEGATIVELY DUE TO PARKING SITUATIONS WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE FAIRE WITHOUT REFUND AND BOOTH PRIVILEGES WILL BE REVOKED. By signing the agreement form at the end of the application you are accepting the terms listed in this application and will be expected to maintain the expectations listed in this document.
While on campus, all vendors driving a vehicle must be prepared to show proof of auto insurance coverage. All vendors must upload a certificate of auto insurance from their insurance provider to the application form if intending to bring a vehicle on campus at any time during the faire. Even if only using to unload or pack up supplies and/or products. All vendors requesting a parking space must upload a certificate of auto insurance from their insurance provider to the application form.
PLEASE NOTE WASTE PROCESSES:
ALL vendors creating waste must abide by these policies.
Food vendors must keep assigned area clean to prevent extra fines and possible booth closure. All booths are subject to inspection by Lane County Environmental Health & Safety. ALL vendors must abide to the rules and regulations of disposing Faire waste. There will be Faire volunteers at each of the disposal areas to monitor activity. If, for any reason, vendors do not abide to these regulations, there will be a minimum of a $50 fine for each offense.
Clean Water: Water is available from hose bibs along 13th Avenue; however, vendors must supply their own FOOD GRADE hose or make arrangements to share with other vendors. The ASUO is not responsible for providing hoses. Hoses may not be placed across the sidewalks as this is a potential hazard to pedestrians and restricts accessibility to the disabled. Neither ASUO nor other UO Departments can provide any vendor with ice.
Water Disposal/Greywater: All vendors producing wastewater/greywater are responsible for proper disposal of that wastewater/greywater. A disposal site will be located near the food vendor area and will be clearly marked. The site will be identified on a map vendors will receive as they enter for set‐up. Vendors are prohibited from adding and/or mixing any food, grease/oil and/or any hazardous chemicals/fuels to wastewater/greywater. Vendors must provide their own secure container to transport wastewater/greywater to the designated disposal area as well as to cart the wastewater/greywater off campus. Transport to disposal area must be done without any leaks/spills. It is believed that the most ideal disposal container would be a five (5) gallon plastic bucket with a secure lid. A faire volunteer will be at the wastewater/greywater disposal site to monitor activity. If, for any reason, a vendor attempts to dispose of food, grease/oil and/or any hazardous chemicals/fuels at the wastewater disposal, there will be a minimum of a $50 fine for each offense and possible removal of booth from the faire without refund.
Grease/Oil Disposal: All vendors producing grease/oil waste are responsible for proper disposal of that grease/oil. A disposal site will be located on or near the south loading dock of the Erb Memorial Union (EMU) near the EMU south parking lot. This area and will be clearly marked. This site will be identified on a map vendors will receive as they enter for set‐up. Vendors are prohibited from adding and/or mixing any food, water/wastewater/greywater and/or any hazardous chemicals/fuels to the grease/oil waste. Vendors must provide their own secure container to transport grease/oil to the designated disposal area as well as to cart the grease/oil off campus. Transport to disposal area must be done without any leaks/spills. It is believed that the most ideal disposal container would be a five (5) gallon plastic bucket with a secure lid. A faire volunteer will be at the grease/oil disposal site to monitor activity. If, for any reason, a vendor attempts to dispose of food, wastewater/greywater and/or any hazardous chemicals/fuels at the grease/oil disposal, there will be a minimum of a $50 fine for each offense and possible removal of booth from the faire without refund.
Compost/Food Scrapings: All vendors producing compost/food scrapings are responsible for proper disposal of that compost/food scrapings. Disposal sites will be located in several well posted areas throughout the faire grounds. These areas will be clearly marked. These sites will be identified on a map vendors will receive as they enter for set‐up. Vendors are prohibited from adding and/or mixing any non-compost garbage, grease/oil, water/wastewater/greywater and/or any hazardous chemicals/fuels to the compost/food scraping bins. Vendors must provide their own secure container to transport compost/food scrapings to the designated disposal areas as well as to cart the compost/food scrapings off campus. Transport to disposal areas and/or off campus must be done without any leaks/spills. It is believed that the most ideal disposal container would be a five (5) gallon plastic bucket with a secure lid. A Zero Waste volunteer will be at the compost/food disposal sites to monitor activity. If, for any reason, a vendor attempts to dispose of any non-compost garbage, wastewater/greywater, grease/oil and/or any hazardous chemicals/fuels at the compost/food scraping disposal sites, there will be a minimum of a $50 fine for each offense and possible removal of booth from the faire without refund.
Garbage and Recycling Disposal: The Campus Zero Waste Program will also have recycling bins available throughout the faire grounds during the Street Faire. To ensure an environmentally conscious event, faire participants are asked to recycle according the signage located on such bins as well as comply with all the above and all posted guidelines. STYROFOAM AND PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES ARE BANNED FROM THE FAIRE! Utilize bio‐degradable paper products only (no plastic & no plastic lining).
During the day, the ASUO will provide staff members/volunteers to help maintain order, to answer questions, and to solve problems that may arise. Security will be provided during the night; this will enable vendors to leave booths, without valuables, overnight. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL VENDORS PROVIDE THEIR OWN SECURITY PERSONNEL. If you are concerned about the safety of your booth space please contact the Street Faire Director and we will arrange to give vendors time at the end of the day to remove any and all contents of a booth space. However, neither the University of Oregon/ University of Oregon Department of Public Safety nor the ASUO and its staff will be responsible for property damage or loss. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL ANYONE BE ALLOWED TO REMAIN OVERNIGHT IN THEIR BOOTH, TABLES OR PARKING. (*Failure to follow these rules could result in losing your booth space without a refund).
No pets will be allowed. Service animals with the proper documentation will be permitted to ensure an inclusive environment for all faire participants.
Due to the extensive amount of work that goes into coordinating the Street Faire for the ASUO and various other departments on campus, any applications submitted after 11:59PM on Wednesday, September 4 2019 will be subject to a $30 rush processing fee. Any application after the deadline that does not include this $30.00 late fee will be rejected and returned with no note in our records. ASUO is unable to process booth requests for space that is different than our provided space sizes. Vendors needing additional space must identify need on application and must purchase additional booth space(s), but no extra footage will be allowed. Your location request is not a guarantee. To clarify: LATE APPLICATION FEES WILL TOTAL $30, THIS IS NOT IN ADDITION TO THE $15 FEE, VENDORS SHALL NEVER PAY MORE THAN $30 FOR ANY APPLICATION FEES.
Restrooms/ATM MachinesThe Er
b Memorial Union (EMU) is the closest place to find rest rooms, ATM machines and drinking fountains.
Each vendor must maintain a Commercial General Liability Insurance Policy form with coverage of at least $500,000 combined single limit per occurrence. A copy of each policy must be delivered to the ASUO with the single letter of agreement when the application is due (by 11:59 PM, Wednesday, September 4, 2019). The adequacy of all insurance required by these provisions will be subject to approval by the University of Oregon Risk Coordinator. Failure to maintain insurance coverage required by the Street Faire Agreement form will be cause for immediate termination of the agreement by the ASUO with NO REFUND. Application will be considered incomplete without proof of liability insurance.
The food and refreshment booths will typically occupy the area nearest Johnson Hall away from bike racks. All vendors are responsible for procuring and maintaining all equipment and supplies necessary to conduct business. This includes but is not limited to hardware, fuels, chairs, pens, paper, tables, signs and etc. The ASUO is not responsible for supplying any faire vendors with any supply needs including ice. All food vendors are required to have a first aid/burn kit in the booth.
Electricity sources are NOT PROVIDED and ONLY small, QUIET generators are allowed at the Faire. For example: Whisper Generators or Honda Eu2000i. The maximum noise decibel for generators is 80dB. Violating this regulation/exceeding the maximum noise decibel could result in immediate shut down of booth and/or possible immediate removal from the faire without refund.
Fire Safety Rules and Regulations
All tents, canopies, side walls, tarps and all other parts of temporary structures must be made of flame resistant material or have a flame retardant treatment in accordance with the International Fire Code. (See attached Fire Code Section 3.2: Flame Resistance).
All flame-retardant treatments will be checked initially, then inspected and signed off each morning. No tent, canopy, or any other item can be placed in or block a fire lane, fire department access, or exit paths from buildings. ANY VENDORS WITH AWNINGS OR STRUCTURES THAT EXCEED 10 FEET FROM THE SIDE OF THE STREET WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE FAIRE IMMEDIATELY WITH NO REFUND (See attached Fire Code Section 3.3: Location and separation).
The city fire marshal as well as Fire Safety representatives from campus will be conducting periodic checks of all vendors’ booth spaces. All 10 x 10 tents that are not wind rated must have 5lbs/sq. ft. for tents without sides (during operational period) and 10 lbs. /sq. ft. with sides. Ballast shall be distributed equally among all legs and secured to each leg. Tents shall be evacuated if wind reaches 15 mph. For tents larger than 10 x 10 that are not wind rated the plan shall be based on a minimum wind load factor of 5 lbs. /sq. ft. for tents without sides and 10 lbs. /sq. ft. for tents with sides equal to or greater than the length of the shortest side for wind speeds less than 30 mph and 10 lbs./sq. ft. without sides and 15 lbs./sq. ft. for tent with sides equal to or greater than the length of the shortest side for wind speeds from 31 to 40 mph (See attached Technical Advisory No. 14-02). Violating these regulations could result in immediate shut down of booth and/or possible immediate removal from the faire without refund.
ALL non-cooking booths including craft vendors and not for profit vendors with booths must have a functional 2A:10BC rated fire extinguisher within the structure. (See Fire Code Section 1.7: Fire Extinguishers).
ALL VENDORS COOKING FOOD MUST HAVE A READILY ACCESSIBLE 4A-40B: C RATED FIRE EXTINGUISHER. (See Fire Code Section 4.5: Extinguishers and Covers)
Please note that the City of Eugene’s fire code is especially specific about each booth space having its OWN fire extinguisher. All of these extinguishers must have a gauge showing they are fully charged, a pin in the handle, a seal holding the pin in place, and a certification tag that indicates the service date. Again, any booth that fails to have the adequate extinguishers will be asked to leave the faire with NO REFUND unless they can obtain the correct extinguisher.
Fuels/Propane Tanks-Compressed Flammable Gas
According to the International Fire Code all propane, butane, natural gas, acetylene and other compressed flammable gases must be 10 feet from combustible vegetation and trash containers and 20 feet from potential ignition sources (i.e. generators), tents/canopies and other propane tanks (See Attached Fire Code Section 6: LPG-Compressed Flammable Gas-Fuels).
ANY VENDORS VIOLATING THIS CODE OR VENDORS CREATING A POTENTIALLY HARMFUL SITUATION WITH THEIR LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) WILL BE IMMEDIATELY REVOKED OF ALL BOOTH PRIVILEGES AND ASKED TO LEAVE THE FAIRE WITH NO REFUND, NO EXCEPTIONS. It is your responsibility as a vendor to ensure the location of your propane tank and generators is kept in a safe manner that is up to the Fire Marshal’s code. All vendors will be required to disclose if they will be bringing a propane tank in the application process and will receive further briefing on the safety regulations listed by the fire marshal.
All vendors are expected to have read the Oregon Fire Code and Technical Advisory and abide by these regulations. The city of Eugene Fire Marshal will be conducting thorough inspections of all vendors’ booths. Vendors who fail to comply with code will be asked to leave the faire and WILL NOT RECEIVE A REFUND.
NO PAYMENTS WILL BE REFUNDED ONCE PROCESSED.
DO NOT MAKE BOOTH PAYMENTS and/or PARKING PAYMENTS UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED BY THE STREET FAIRE DIRECTOR and have received an invoice totaling amount due. ASUO will contact applicants after the Street Faire Director has made acceptance decisions, please do not make any t-shirt(s) payments, booth payments or parking pass payments until you have received an acceptance letter and invoice.
In order for an application to be considered complete, you must submit an application fee of $15.00 no later than 11:59pm on Wednesday, September 4, 2019. IF accepted, your BOOTH FEE will be due no later than 11:59PM on Wednesday, September 25, 2019. Thank you.
After submitting an application, submit payment online: https://ecommerce.uoregon.edu/order_form/asuo-executive-2019-fall-street-faire (this link is case sensitive).
Make a cash or check payment in person at the ASUO Office
Mail a check payment to ASUO Street Faire, 1359 University St., EMU Rm#004 – ASUO, Eugene, OR 97403-2572
Note: Checks should be made payable to “ASUO Executive-Street Faire”.
All application fees MUST be received no later than 11:59PM, Wednesday, September 4, 2019 regardless of payment method.