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Vending & Exhibiting



We have exciting vending, tabling and exhibiting opportunities on

  • Friday, May 27, noon–9 p.m. and/or Saturday, May 28 10 a.m.–8 p.m., Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill (host hotel)
  • Sunday, May 29, noon–6 p.m., DC Black Pride Health & Wellness Expo presented by PREZCOBIX®  at the Francis-Stevens Educational Campus, 2425 N St (24th & N St), NW.


Vendor/exhibitor applications must be submitted online. A complete description of item(s) to be vended must be on the application. See application below.

DCBP reserves the right to reject any application that is inconsistent with the organization’s mission. We further reserve the right to expel any vendor who exhibits products or services not reflected in their application. Rules and regulations concerning vending will be forwarded upon approval of application.


All non-profits must provide a copy of their IRS Nonprofit Determination approval letter.


Food vendors are not permitted. Electricity is not available.


Special Note for DC Black Pride Health & Wellness Expo presented by PREZCOBIX®

Standard space is one (1) 6 foot table, two (2) chairs. If you require additional tables or space there will be a fee, please contact us by phone at 202.641.8527. All vendor spaces will be under a tent at no addition cost. However you may bring your own tent provided you give notice in writing via email to efowlkes@dcblackpride.org of your intentions prior to the festival.


Deadlines

Applications must be finalized and paid in full by midnight, Wednesday, May 18.


Payment Options

We accept credit card, check, money order and cash for payment.


Questions? Contact Kenya Hutton at khutton@dcblackpride.org or Earl Fowlkes at efowlkes@dcblackpride.org or 202.641.8527.


Center for Black Equity
Post Office Box 77313, Washington, D. C. 20013 • 202.641.8527
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