Vendor Form

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MacabreCon 2013 – Friday, December 6th, 2013 & Saturday, December 7th, 2013
12pm – 2am (licensed/all-ages)
99 Sudbury
99 Sudbury Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M6J 3S7 Please fill in the following fields below:

Organization (or) Business Name: _____________________________________________

Owner (or) Representative Name : _____________________________________________

Telephone (land-line): ______________________________________________________

Telephone (mobile): ________________________________________________________

Home Address: ____________________________________________________________

E-mail: __________________________________________________________________

Web (URL): ________________________________________________________

How many tables do you require (3 maximum) _____

Do you require electricity (single outlet) _____

Standard deposit enclosed ($100) _____

Brief description of merchandise, services, promotion will you be presenting at your table(s):

List the most recent conventions in North America your company has attended as a vendor:

Pertinent MacabreCon Vendor Info:

• MacabreCon Horror Section vendor tables are priced competitively at $250.00 (all-in), unless otherwise stipulated through pre-determined consultation, cross-promotion or a sponsorship arrangement with Daniloff Productions. Table dimensions: (8ft x 3ft, perimeter curtained with immediate background wall support for product display) • Grounded electricity is provided at an additional charge of $125.00, a flat rate for on-site only operation, and is subject to 1 outlet with added permission to use a personal power bar to…...

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