We are excited to welcome everyone in the community to participate at the Westminster Latino Festival, as a vendor, sponsor or exhibitor. The first step is to figure out what type of vendor are you, please read on.
Companies that wish to promote their professional products, services or message at the event. Examples: Insurance companies, chiropractors, travel agents, retail stores, restaurants, dealerships, financial institutions, real estate agents, mortgage brokers, political campaigns, custom made goods, etc. Sponsors will get all benefits specified in the package purchased, according to the media kit.
If you sell products that people will eat or drink during the event, you are a food vendor and you need to be licensed and compliant with the Tri-County Health Department. Please use the Food Vendor Application.
Small Non-Profit and Small Community Group:
A 501c3 entity that operates with 4 or less employees. This category excludes financial institutions, colleges and universities, and political organizations of any kind. If selling food (excluding pre-packaged items), must apply as food vendor. You must include documentation of your non-profit status with your application.
A 501c3 entity that operates with 5 or more employees. Examples: Nonprofit educational institutions, health, religious, political. If selling food (excluding pre-packaged items), must apply as food vendor. You must include documentation of your non-profit status with your application.
Arts & Crafts Vendor:
A craft vendor sells handmade items and has a business operation of less than 5 employees/workers. Please include a detailed description of your booth items. Vendors are responsible for collecting the appropriate sales tax.
Home Based Business Vendor:
A business whose primary office is in the owner’s home, with less than 3 workers. Includes vendors who sell non-handcrafted products such as sunglasses, novelty items, home decorative items, or any mass-produced items. Examples are Avon, Mary Kay, the Pampered Chef, Party Lite, and Tupperware. Vendors are responsible for collecting the appropriate sales tax.
The organizer has the discretion to approve which category you fit in, according to your activity. Please contact us at 303-308-9444 or email us at if you have any questions.