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Frequently asked questions

What documents are required to exibit or be a vendor?


All vendors/exhibitors are required to maintain $1,000,000 in comprehensive insurance and to name RunCarrera Events as an additional insured to the policy. Please email your Certificate of Insurance (COI) to runcarrera@gmail.com. Vendors/exhibitors who choose to sample food and/or beverages will need to obtain a County of Los Angeles Temporary Food Facility permit. Document available here. Vendors/exhibitors who choose to sell product or take orders for sales at the Festival will be required to hold either an ongoing or temporary sellers permit. For more information regarding temporary sellers permits, please visit CA Department of Tax and Fee Administration.




What is included with my booth reservation


Only a 10’x10’ space. Is parking included with my reservation? Parking is not included with booth reservation. Please adhere to the Park's rule and regulations.




If am a food and beverage vendor, can I sell my products?


Our Beer and Tacos sponsors holds the exclusive rights to all food and beer distribution within Tacos & Beer Festival. You cannot sell tacos and/or beer at the event. Vendors may sample food or beverages(none alcoholic) following Tacos and Beer 5k guidelines: Food sample size is limited to 2oz portion for pre-packaged food; Beverage sample size is limited to 4oz of non-alcoholic beverages. Vendors who choose to sample food and/or beverages will need to obtain a County of Los Angeles Temporary Food Facility permit. If you will like to be a sponsor at our event contact runcarrer@gmail.com or to our sponsor page.




If I want to sell products at our booth, what permits/fees do we need to know about?


If you participate in sales or take orders for sales at or during the Festival, you will generally be required to hold either an ongoing or temporary seller’s permit. For in-state retailers, you must obtain an ongoing seller’s permit. Out-of-state retailers that exceed specific sales thresholds are required to obtain an ongoing seller’s permit. Retailers not exceeding these thresholds are only required to obtain a temporary seller’s permit. For more information regarding these thresholds, please visit CA Department of Tax and Fee Administration.





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