Event Date: 2019-11-16 10:00:00
The City of Miami Parks Department present Caribbean Market Day every Saturday of the month from 10am to 6pm in the Caribbean Marketplace in Little Haiti and will showcase original Afro-Caribbean entertainment, fashion, cuisine, accessories, jewelry, shoes as well as homeware, natural beauty products, books, music, arts, culture and more. The Caribbean Marketplace (or Mache Aysisyen in Haitian Creole) was designed by architect Charles Pawley as a modern day replica of Haiti’s iron market. With its bright pastels, pitched tin rooftops and decorative latticework, it transports visitors to the island. Inside, the marketplace offers flexible space for events, arts and craft vendors, food stalls and art exhibitions. The market is located at 5925 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida 33137. Call 305-960-2969 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. __________________________________________________________________________________________ HOW MUCH IS IT TO VEND? – The vendor fee is $25 to sell at the Caribbean Market Day event. WHAT IS A BOOTH? – All vendors are allotted 64 square feet of space WHAT’S THE PROCEDURE FOR HAVING A STALL? – You need to go through the Vendor Application Process. WHAT CAN I SELL? – We welcome variety and diversity at the Caribbean Market Day. We are always interested in seeing a range of products and items for sale and we will with booth holders to encourage this. Some of the more common items for sale are: Afro-Caribbean arts & crafts Fresh food and produce Plants and shrubs Clothing & Footwear CDs and DVDs Homewares Huge range of Souvenirs Jewelry & Fashion goods Handbags & Leather goods WHAT CAN’T I SELL? – Depending on what you are selling, you may need to be pre-approved by market management. All booth holders selling food must obtain all necessary permits for food handling. The following items are strictly prohibited from being sold, promoted or displayed: Tobacco Drug Paraphernalia (such as bongs, pipes etc.) Firearms or Weapons (swords, combat knifes, ammunition etc.) Fireworks Explosives (includes throw-downs and stink bombs) Pornography Pirated DVD’s Fake/Copycat/Non-Official/Non-Genuine Goods Stolen Goods No live stock If you are unsure if you need permission, contact us. For more stall information, please email email@example.com. Note: If any items listed above are found to be sold, promoted or displayed within the market, the booth holder will be required desist selling, promoting and/or displaying said items, or may be asked to leave the compound immediately. Police may be contacted depending on the circumstances. DO I NEED LIABILITY INSURANCE? – It’s is your responsibility to have products and public liability insurance appropriate for your business. We strongly recommend that each trader has liability insurance. Insurance will depend on the nature of the business that you intend to transact at the market. DO I NEED PERMISSION TO SELL CERTAIN ITEMS? – Depending on what you are selling; you may need to be pre-approved by market management.
The Caribbean Marketplace
5925 Northeast 2nd Avenue
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