How do you promote the show?
We advertise the show in the Daily Herald, Deseret News and in crafter periodicals. We also advertise through the radio and TV. In addition, we use Social Media such as Facebook (please like us) and youtube. However, the greatest promotion of the show is word of mouth. Shoppers who enjoy the show and tell their friends and family.
Do you charge a percentage of our sales?
Unlike most shows, the Christmas Gift and Craft Show is NOT a central check out. Therefore, we do not charge a percentage of your sales. The only fee you pay us is the booth rental fee and any of the items you can rent from us (table, chairs and wifi). Also, the personal interaction you have when you "man your booth" helps customers become more familiar with the benefits of your products.
Do you charge admission at the show?
We do not charge admission at the show. For 37 years coming to the show has been "free" for the shoppers. We don't want to change this great tradition.
Do I have to collect my own sales tax on my sales?
Yes, however, this is a simple process. The state provides us with temporary sales tax permits for each exhibitor. These are provided at the show. Simply collect sales tax and return the tax collected to the state as outlined on the instructions with the temporary sales tax permit.
Can I have electricity at my booth?
All booths have electricity supplied to them.
How many people come to the show?
Since we don't charge admission, we don't have an exact count of how many shoppers visit the show each year. However, every year many of our exhibitors comment about the great crowds which are at the show. This keeps many of our exhibitors coming back year after year.
How do I get there?
Coming from the North. Head South on I-15. Take exit 257 B-A for Utah 156/Main St toward Spanish Fork. Turn South onto N Main Street. The fair grounds will be on the left.
Coming from the South. Head North on I-15. Take exit 257 for Utah 156/Main St toward Spanish Fork. Turn South onto N Main Street. The fair grounds will be on the left.