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October 20 Food Truck Rollout

  1. October 20 Food Truck Rollout Food Vendor Application

    City of Greer Food Truck Rollout

    Thursday, October 20, 2022

    5:00pm-8:00pm


    ATTENTION!

    Before completing this application, you need the following items:
     
     1. Photos of your booth, cart, or food truck
     2. Proof of Insurance
     3. Proposed menu items and cost per item

    4. Proof of City of Greer Business License. Please contact Heather Towner at htowner@cityofgreer.org or 864-968-7024.
     

    Thank you for your interest in vending opportunities. The City of Greer hosts a variety of festivals and events throughout the year in which we select food and non-profit vendors. The City of Greer is dedicated to the support of local vendors who offer local products and services.

    Food Vendor Opportunities

    • Vendors must supply their own tent, tables, and chairs. 
    • Power is not available, and all vendors must be self-sufficient.
    • Priority is given to vendors serving authentic food specific to the event.
    • Duplicate products may be denied entry. In the case of duplicate items, the grading criteria is as follows: food authenticity, level of innovative products and menu items, City of Greer status, booth appearance, and value of products and services.
    • To better serve our community, the City of Greer requires all food vendors must operate in accordance with SC DHEC Regulation 61-25.

     

    The City of Greer has begun enforcing the 2018 International Codes by State Law. The 2018 edition of the International Fire Code includes a new section (319) for mobile food preparation vehicles. Two of the biggest changes are exhaust hoods and fire protection for cooking equipment. Section 319.3 states “Cooking equipment that produces grease-laden vapors shall be provided with a kitchen exhaust hood in accordance with Section 607.” Section 319.4.1 “Cooking equipment shall be protected by automatic fire extinguishing systems in accordance with Section 904.12.”

    All food trucks must schedule an inspection with our Fire Marshal prior to their scheduled event. Scott Keeley - skeeley@cityofgreer.org.

  2. All menu items and prices must be submitted to Events Division at time of application submittal. The City of Greer Events Division will review ALL menus to limit duplication among participating food vendors. Only the items submitted on the application may be sold unless approval is given by Events Division

  3. Booth Type*
  4. Policies and Procedures
  5. GETTING ACCEPTED
    • Application and vendor fee must be received no later than 5:00pm on September 16, 2022 to be considered. A copy of the general liability insurance listing the City of Greer as additionally insured is due by September 23, 2022.
    • Applications will be reviewed and approved by the City of Greer Events Division. All decisions are at the discretion of the Events Staff.
  6. GENERAL INFORMATION
    • The City of Greer Food Truck Rollout is operated in accordance with the statutes of the City of Greer. The following are many of the important terms and conditions governing the leasing of facilities for the purpose of exhibiting and serving at Greer City Park. Please let us know if you have any questions once you have read over the information.
    • ***January 1, 2020 the City of Greer began enforcing the 2018 International Codes by State law. The 2018 edition of the International Fire Code includes a new section (319) for mobile food preparation vehicles. Two of the biggest changes are exhaust hoods and fire protection for cooking equipment. Section 319.3 states “Cooking equipment that produces grease-laden vapors shall be provided with a kitchen exhaust hood in accordance with Section 607.” Section 319.4.1 “Cooking equipment shall be protected by automatic fire extinguishing systems in accordance with Section 904.12.” You can obtain copy of this code section by emailing Scott Keeley at skeeley@cityofgreer.org.
  7. INSURANCE
    • Vendors must supply the City of Greer with a certificate of general liability insurance listing the City of Greer as an additional insured for the event date. Any vendor not supplying this document will not be permitted to participate in the event. Coverage must be at least $1,000,000 general aggregate and $500,000 each occurrence. This must be turned in by Friday, September 23, 2022.
  8. EVENT BREAK DOWN
    • Vehicle Access
      • A vehicle should NEVER be driven onto the grass until the Event Staff has officially opened the festival entrance to vehicles after the event has ended.
    • Clean-up
      • Vendors are responsible for leaving their area free of garbage and are responsible for cleanup of any spills. Failure to follow this policy will give the City of Greer the right to prohibit vendor from selling at any future events.
      • Vendors are responsible to use the proper tools (tarp/tub) to prevent vehicle oil from dripping onto grass.
  9. RAIN DATE/REFUND

    There is no rain date/location for the City of Greer Food Truck Rollout.

  10. BEVERAGES/DRINKS

     •    The selling of alcoholic beverages is strictly prohibited.

  11. MONEY HANDLING
    • All Vendors will get to keep 100% of all profits.
    • All vendors must be prepared to process payments independently (cash, credit/debit, PayPal, Venmo, ect.) and must pay relevant state and local taxes for the sale of merchandise during the event.
    • Vendors must provide their own cash boxes. Vendors are responsible for collecting and safeguarding all money. The City of Greer is not responsible for any lost or stolen money. 
  12. BOOTH ITEMS LIABILITY
    • Items brought on site are done so at the sole risk of the vendor. The City of Greer is not responsible for any loss, damage, or destruction of personal property, equipment, and/or valuables.
  13. BEHAVIOR OF VENDORS
    • Behavior by vendors, their family members or employees that is disruptive, abusive or threatening towards other members, the public, or staff members is prohibited. Behavior that is verbally or physically abusive, dangerous, or disruptive to Event activities also will not be tolerated, and may result in immediate termination or the vendors selling rights. 
    • Vendor will be held responsible for any and all damage that occurs to City property either by vendor, staff of vendor, or vehicle of vendor.
    • Foul or offensive language will not be tolerated at the event. Repeated violation may result in suspension from any future events at the City of Greer.
    • No open alcoholic beverages or firearms may be brought onto state property. Vendors and the vendors’ associates are not permitted to be intoxicated on site.
    • Vendors may not sell or offer any products or literature deemed offensive, or which may incite violence, crime, or disorderly conduct, or promote political viewpoints.
    • Smoking will only be permitted in festival designated smoking areas. 
    • Vendors are responsible for their children and guests at all times.
    • Vendor animals may not be present at this event at any time.
    • NO HAWKING
  14. Vendor Agreement
    1. I, the undersigned, have read all of the above guidelines governing the Greer City Park and agree to adhere to the rules that are outlined within it.
    2. I agree that everyone working in my booth will also read and adhere to the guidelines.
    3. I understand that the Events Staff reserves the right to limit or discontinue the participation of a vendor at any time.
    4. The vendor(s) agree to indemnify and hold harmless the City of Greer and its agents and employees from any and all claims or lawsuits for damages or injuries of any kind or nature which occur as a result of or arising out of the use of city property by the vendor(s) and the guest of the vendor(s) pursuant to this agreement
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