Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the email list for annual or monthly rental notifications.
If a booth owner wishes to sell their booth, send photos, a description, the asking price and the seller’s contact information to email@example.com so that we can post the information online.
Before you complete the sale, it is the seller’s responsibility to 1) pay the current lease fees due, 2) provide the buyer with the most current Rules (see Rules Tab Above) and 3) obtain approval of the prospective buyer’s products to be sold from the Leasing Management Team. Regardless whether the seller receives payment for the booth, Market Day Management reserves the right to not approve the transfer if the buyer’s products are determined to be inappropriate for Wimberley Market Days. The next step is to complete the financial agreement with the new owner, transfer the parking pass, and sign, scan and email the Booth Transfer Authorization to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to purchase a booth, 1) review the current Rules (see Rules Tab Above) 2) get approval of your products from the Leasing Management Team and 3) make sure the current lease fees are paid before you enter into a financial agreement with the owner of the booth you want to purchase. The next step is to complete the financial agreement with the current owner, complete the New Vendor Agreement and return to email@example.com along with the $25 transfer fee.
The primary objective of the Market is to attract shoppers who buy antiques, collectibles, handmade products, plants, unique items, arts and crafts. Vendors must list on their booth application the specific products to be sold. Market Day Management is solely responsible for determining whether the products sold are appropriate for this Market.
It is the sole responsibility of each Vendor to obtain and display in each booth all certificates and licenses for products or services that are required by the State of Texas, City of Wimberley or other applicable authorities. Visit the Texas Comptroller’s website for rules, FAQs and to apply for a Sales Tax Permit.
The following items are not allowed for sale or give away. In limited cases they might be allowed only with prior approval from the Market Day Management Team.
Food and Beverages: Food, drinks or other edible items (including, sweets, candy, popcorn, salsa, etc.).
Firearms: Guns that are in violation of Federal or State laws. Displayed guns must have open breeches or clip/magazine removed, as appropriate. Absolutely no ammunition allowed.
Fireworks: Fireworks or explosive charges.
Obscene and Objectionable Items: Visual or written pornographic materials, or other creations or images which, in the sole opinion of the Market Day Management Team, are objectionable.
Politics: All activities which promote political parties, candidates, agendas, or controversial and divisive issues.
The Rules apply to all Wimberley Market Day vendors who rent or lease a booth. Any exceptions must be approved in writing by Market Day Management.
All vendors must read, understand and agree to comply with the Rules. Payment of any lease or rental fees by vendor acknowledges that the vendor agrees that a violation of the Rules may result in the cancellation of any agreements at the sole discretion of the Wimberley Lions Club without any refund of the fees paid.