Q & A
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I choose one of your shows?
Your sales success is our success. We want you to keep coming back to us. Our venues are strategically located and marketed for optimal foot traffic. Your money does not get immediately “pocketed”, a portion of your fee goes toward marketing that specific event and covering operational costs.
How do I apply to a show?
To apply to one of our shows, choose the specific show from our website menu and click on “CLICK HERE TO APPLY”. Fill out the required fields in the online application.
Are you affiliated with Etsy.com?
Salted Productions, LLC is not affiliated with Etsy.com, however, some of our events feature Etsy.com Shop Owners.
What is the application process like?
Once your application has been received, it will be reviewed and you will receive notification of your acceptance or denial within a few weeks. Feel free to email with any concerns.
How and when do I pay for the show(s) I applied to?
Once accepted, you will receive an invoice via email to be paid (securely) online.
Do you accommodate handicap applicants?
An artist is an artist. Of course we do our best to accommodate all of our accepted applicants. Please make sure to notify us if you require any specific assistance from us.
What else do you offer?
Secure Wi-Fi access and individual smart phone charging devices
Are your events indoor or outdoor?
All shows are outdoors unless otherwise specified.
Will I need a tent?
All artisans will require a 10×10 tent unless otherwise specified.
Will I need to purchase event insurance?
Never. We cover all the bases!
I was not accepted into the event I applied for…
Each artist is selected based on quality and the client. If you were not chosen for one show, do not let that hold you back from applying to other shows. Your denial to an event may have been based on the standards of a particular demographic expected to attend the event.
Why do space fee’s increase for people applying closer to the show date?
Early applicants are serious applicants and early planning is key in this business. As an event gets closer, efforts should be directed at event logistics and operations rather than sitting at the computer and processing applications. Applications submitted closer to the event have a higher fee because it takes away from the next phase of event planning. Every phase is crucial, but they are called “phases” for a reason.
A word about refunds and “no-shows”
Unfortunately refunds are not permitted. The funds paid toward an event are earmarked toward budgets set to operate that event. If an event is cancelled due to weather, a credit will be applied to your account and may be used toward a future event. An artist that backs out of a show without notifying the event producer, regardless of the status of their invoice will be blacklisted.
Are you hiring?
We hire unpaid high school and college interns as well as temporary event staff. To be considered, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org