Started by Zelyhon, March 17, 2015, 11:42:21 PM
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Quote from: dooditzmike on May 15, 2015, 11:48:45 AMIs there anyone I could talk to regarding about my Swap Meet registration? I haven't gotten a response from anyone on the swap meet staff.
Quote from: FanFicGuru on May 15, 2015, 12:42:59 PMQuote from: dooditzmike on May 15, 2015, 11:48:45 AMIs there anyone I could talk to regarding about my Swap Meet registration? I haven't gotten a response from anyone on the swap meet staff.You've emailed email@example.com?If you haven't already, please make sure to do that. I know the swap meet head is checking it pretty regularly. I will alert him to the issue as well.
Quote from: PacificPikachu on May 14, 2015, 07:59:19 PMI just read over the seller's agreement again, and this year I'm not seeing anything against hand carts. My box of merchandise is quite large/heavy, definitely more than I can carry without some sort of wheels involved. I have a hand cart type thing I use at home for animal feed (I have chickens and horses). Would it be okay for me to bring that along and use it to transport my items, or is it still against the rules? If all else fails I'll buy something else wheeled (not a cart) to put my items on, but I just wanted to check on the policy regarding that before I spend extra money just to transport stuff to and from Swap Meet! Thanks. I know it's a union-related issue (not a rule the convention itself makes) so I understand if we're still not allowed to use them.
Quote from: kookiekween99 on May 17, 2015, 03:22:34 PMOkay so I'm registered for a space on Thursday, but my boyfriend wants to help sell in the space with me. I know I have to have him fill out the "secondary seller" part of the swap meet agreement, but does he have to fill out a second BOE-410-D? Or is it sufficient if I fill it out? We're selling from the same stock of merchandise if that helps.EDIT: I'm confused. In this thread, it says that you don't have to fill out the BOE form if you're an occasional seller. But on the Swap Meet Reg site, it says "A copy of your seller's permit (if applicable) or BOE-410-D form declaring "occasional seller" status." So do I even need to fill it out?
Quote from: Swap Meet InformationYou are required to have a Sellers Permit if you are selling (even temporarily) new, collectible or handcrafted items, or used items you have purchased for the purpose of reselling to others. You are not required to hold a permit if you are only making occasional sales, or selling products that are not taxable when sold at retail or selling on behalf of a section 6015 retailer (e.g. Avon, Tupperware, etc.).
Quote from: mezzie324 on May 18, 2015, 01:52:51 PMI know for previous years dollies weren't allow to transport stuff for swap meet. Is it allow this year? And if they aren't allowed, what items are allowed for use to transport the goods? (ie rolling suit case, folding shopping carts, etc)
Quote from: Chandra on May 18, 2015, 07:16:40 PMI was checking out the website and there no badges for Thursday... so does that mean there will be no badge checking to enter swap meet?
Quote from: ZelyhonFirst and foremost, SWAP MEET SELLERS WILL BE ABLE TO PICK UP VOUCHERS TO GET INTO THE SPECIAL REGISTRATION LINE. What this means is that if you register for Swap Meet on Thursday or Friday, on the appropriate day, you can come by Swap Meet prior to the opening of Swap Meet (plan on about 5:00 p.m. each day), you will be able to pick up a voucher to get into the "special registration" line at registration. This will be a faster line than normal registration (which should still be as fast as last year, I hope) and will help Swap Meet sellers to get their badges easily and have them prior to the start of Swap Meet. That ties directly into point number two...YOU WILL NEED YOUR FANIMECON BADGE IN ORDER TO SELL ON THURSDAY NIGHT. Previously, we had said that you would not need to have your Fanime badge when checking in on Thursday. However, in light of the Special registration vouchers and the ability of sellers to get their badges more quickly, we have decided to revise this policy. Now, Sellers and seconds will be required to have their Fanime badges when checking in on Thursday. If this is going to present exceptional hardship for anyone, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Quote from: FanFicGuru on May 18, 2015, 04:42:05 PMQuote from: mezzie324 on May 18, 2015, 01:52:51 PMI know for previous years dollies weren't allow to transport stuff for swap meet. Is it allow this year? And if they aren't allowed, what items are allowed for use to transport the goods? (ie rolling suit case, folding shopping carts, etc)As ben mentioned in an earlier response, we are of the mind that carts/dollies are still not allowed to transport items this year. Rolling suitcases are permitted, and as I mentioned before, you are welcome to employ some muscle of your own to help you bring your goods in. Swap meet staff will be limited in the amount of support they can offer in this way. Chairs will be permitted for all sellers as well, so you don't have to sit on the floor all night :)
Page created in 0.203 seconds with 22 queries.