Business briefs for July 30
County fair officials look to fill vendor spots
Routt County Fair officials are accepting applications for vendors. The fair, from Aug. 11-20, has relocated its vendor space, and the midway is almost full. A few spots remain for interested vendors, including sellers of arts and crafts, home-based businesses or political parties.
To reserve a space, call 276-3068 or visit http://www.routtcountyfair.org for vendor applications and information. Applications are due Aug. 5 or when the space sells out. There also is limited space for nonprofit, educational booths. Call for information.
Fair organizers also are accepting requests from groups such as school clubs and sports teams, youth groups, etc., willing to take tickets and sell T-shirts at the fair in exchange for a donation to their group. Call Jill at 276-3068.
Yampavalley.info needs Web site volunteers
Yampavalley.info is seeking volunteers to oversee major sections of the Web site. Yampavalley.info officials are looking for center managers for the Arts & Culture, Communications, Employment, History, Housing, Natural Resources & Environment, and Religion sections of the site. Center managers maintain links, add new information, answer online questions and serve as expert resources for information about the community. Interested people can call Alysa Selby at 879-0240, ext. 305, or e-mail email@example.com.
Mexican Independence Day in need of vendors
Comunidad Integrada is looking for vendors for the Sept. 16 Northwest Colorado Mexican Independence Day celebration at West Lincoln Park in Steamboat Springs. The cost for a booth is $100 for businesses and $50 for families and other organizations. Comunidad Integrada also needs volunteers to help coordinate the event and work the day of the event.
The celebration will include mariachi music, traditional dancing and Mexican food. For more information, call Comunidad Integrada at 846-5521.
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