The Classic Car Show vendor applications go live on March 4, 2024.
Saturday, June 1, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Cherry Hills Community Church: 3900 Grace Blvd., Highlands Ranch 80129
Don't miss the 24th annual Highlands Ranch Cultural Affairs Association Classic Car Show. This free-to-the-public event includes classic cars, food vendors, music, and family fun.
See event details: Classic Car Show.
Register your Classic Car
Complete and submit the below application to be considered as a vendor at the Highlands Ranch Classic Car Show. All applications are subject to a review and selection process. Applications due Monday, May 27, 10:00 a.m.
Payment Note: All credit card payments are held in a 'pending' status. Payments will only be processed upon your application being accepted for this event. If not accepted, your payment will not be processed. You will get a confirmation email when you first complete the application process, and again when your application has been approved. Applications that are approved and accepted will be charged the booth fee. No refunds, credits or exchanges; no exceptions.
Booth Fee: Participation fee is $100 per 10x10 booth space for non-profits and $125 for for-profit businesses.
You will need to bring all of the supplies for your booth, which may include tables, chairs, tent, tent weights and miscellaneous equipment.
All tents must be weighted with a minimum of 25 lbs. per leg, no exceptions. You will be asked to remove your tent if not weighted properly. You will be held responsible for any damage your tent may cause. HRCA will not be held responsible for damage caused by your tent.
HRCA's Marketing efforts include advertisements in the HRCA Activity Guide, HRCA Newsletters, and on the HRCA web site. Posters and flyers are posted in each of our four HRCA recreation centers and on community boards across Highlands Ranch. Signs are placed at strategic locations throughout Highlands Ranch, and the event is posted on many online calendars.
Please plan your staff accordingly to be able to load in and out of the event. An attempt will be made to provide volunteers to help with loading and unloading, however there is no guarantee. Neither HRCA nor the volunteers will be held responsible for damaged items.
Due to the fact that weather in Colorado changes so quickly, the decision and announcement to cancel an event is made as soon as possible before the event is scheduled to begin. If the HRCA cancels due to severe weather, the HRCA will make every attempt to contact you and will refund all booth fees. If the exhibitor cancels because of severe weather or any other reason, absolutely no refunds are given.
Event Manager: Carley Haupt
Email: [email protected]
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