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Frankton Heritage Days Vendor Expectations 2022

Rules and Regulations for Space Rental September 16th-18th

Please read, this will assist you with questions.

  • First of all we would like to remind you that our committee is built with volunteers, they are donating 100% of their time to make this event happen, please keep that in mind.
  • Booth spaces are rented by the foot and 10 ft. deep. Minimum of 20ft for food vendors. Please account for all the space you will need, account for tongues of trailers and any tie downs. Commercial booth space is available in our large tent until spaces are filled.
  • Spaces are available to vendors who participated in 2021 first and then opened up to vendor waiting list and invited space and type of sales.
  • We do allow direct sale and promotion booths however you may be set up next to a similar vendor. Example: there may be more than one home improvement display available to our patrons. It will be up to you to stand out and give them the deal to want to choose you.
  • Rentals are for 3 days only. Booths must be ready for display/open by 4pm on Friday the 18th. Hours of operation on Fri 4-10, Sat 10-10, Sun 11-5.
  • Set-up is Wed 8-8 & Thurs 8-8, arrangements must be made otherwise. No exceptions! Food vendors are encouraged to set trailers up on Wednesday.
  • All spaces are non-refundable; any spaces not checked in by 10 am on 9/18 will be rented to those on the waiting list.
  • When arriving at the field please stop at booth check in and we will escort you to your designated space.
  • There will be designated areas for vendor parking with a parking pass to be issued; supplies may be dropped off at your booth prior to display and after display hours. Please display your parking pass in your dash/window for the police to see.
  • Please send a copy of your insurance or understand you are liable for any damages occurred while setting up/tear down and during the event. Please send with your payment by June 5th. You may pay by pay-pal, check, or money order. At least 50% down with the remainder at check in.
  • Health permits must be obtained in advance from the Madison County Health Dept. 765-641-9677 or @madcohealth.org if you are a food vendor. You must have a Fire Extinguisher o” ABC or K for the Fire Dept. to inspect as well.
  • All vendors must provide their own cord to electrical hook ups. 4-prong plug 50 amp with a minimum of 30 amp and must be up to current codes.
  • Food vendors are responsible for gray water and grease disposal, trash tied up at your site and ready for the dumpsters.
  • Food vendors must send a Full Menu of what you offer or a list of items you sell must be sent in with your booth reservation form to better place you. We will exercise the right to ask you to stop selling an item that was not disclosed in the registration process.
  • No tearing down will begin before 5 pm on Sunday. This can affect future reservations for Frankton Heritage Days.
  • Again, remember security will not tolerate behavior that disrupts the organizers, vendors, patrons, or general atmosphere of our event. We have all worked very hard to present a family focused event and want to continue to do so.


We want to thank you in advance for your patience with us. We welcome any comments or concerns especially from our returning vendors. Any questions call/text Brenda 765-617-9864 or email jbalex46044@yahoo.com. Like us on Facebook!

2021 Vendors

  • Bird’s Smokehouse BBQ – Pork, Chicken, sandwiches, baked potato’s, coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans, nachos
  • Nutcracker D’lite – Variety of nuts-almond, cashew, pecan, & walnuts
  • Corn Huskers – Roasted Corn, pizza, and drinks
  • Nick’s Fried Delights – Elephant ears-oreo, cookies & cream, cherry, Apple, Funnel cakes, Philly steak & cheese, walking taco, tenderloins, pretzel fries, lemon shake ups
  • The Glacier Ice – Variety of flavors of shaved ice
  • Bennett Concessions – Cheeseburgers, fries, tenderloins, gyros, variety of drinks
  • Mikem Concessions – Bloomin onions, deep fried pickles, nachos, corndogs, hotdogs, elephant ears, strawberry and lemon shake-ups
  • Little Huskers kettlecorn – Kettle corn, cotton candy, snow cones
  • Daddios – Pulled pork, smoked chicken, tenderloins, mac n cheese, ribs, nachos
  • Papa Smurf Concessions – Churros, hot pretzels & cheese, chili/cheese dogs, walking tacos, waffle ice cream cones, bubble teas
  • Lee’s Fried Foods – Fried veggies, tenderloins, corn dogs, spiral potato’s, elephant ears, funnel cakes & lemon shake-ups
  • Kayla’s Kones – Varieties of hard ice creams, pretzels, strawberry shortcake
  • Rico Suave Mexican Cuisine – tacos, tamales, gucamole, street corn, fiesta nachos, quesadillas, steak & chicken tacos
  • Ardy’s Concessions – Pork & chicken kabobs, rib eye sandwich, gyro, pork egg roll, fried rice
  • SugarBakers – Walleye, philly steak , fish tacos, pineapple whip
  • Debbie’s Concessions – Italian & Polish Sausage, corn dogs, hot dogs, hamburgers, soft drinks, lemon shake-ups
  • Kokomo Concessions – Fries, tenderloins, onion rings, and nachos


2021 NON-FOOD:

  • Pam Pope – Prmitive crafts, old windows, signs, wreaths, centerpieces, noodle boards & more
  • Megan Eicher – Pink Zebra non-toxic soy based wax melts, simmering lights & pots & Supa Clean Line products
  • Janet Lyons – Hand painted signs, collectable items, customizable items, handmade jewelry
  • Crystal Downey – Metaphysical Shop. Selling candles, shirts, incense, and house décor
  • Charles Berryman – Vinyl Wall & Auto Decals
  • Lonnie Fields – Wood burnt flags, signage, other décor
  • Morgan Stillwell – Shirt tumblers & bag clips
  • Omer Sariyerlioglu – Sunglasses, toys, and games
  • Victoria Davis – Tupperware, Cash & Carry
  • Helen Wise – Soy candles, melts, Goats milk & lotion
  • Emily Banke – indiana paperlady@gmail.com Home & garden décormade mostly from pallets, personalized jewelery, antique/vintage items, & clothing botique
  • Anita Lasley – hot toys, knives, sport t-shirts
  • Elizabeth Denner – wands, mini figures, capes, masks, wallets, necklaces & hats
  • Light of the Moon Designs – Custom made tumblers
  • Karnell Watkins – T-shirts, blankets, detergent, home décor, apparel
  • Angela Emmons – Handmade soap, both bombs, candles, room spray, body spray, wax melts, reed diffuser & lotion
  • Mike Miley – Flags, hats, & t-shirts
  • Gary Wilson – Engraved wood, metal, and acrylic products
  • Ciara Stapleton – Custom tye dye shirts, clothing, jewelry & hairbows. Custom Iron ons with shirt press
  • Leonard Sharp – Framed pictures of cultural figures, recording, movie tv performers, photo landscapes, pop art & others. Family Friendly.
  • Rebecca Nicholson – Paparazzi Accessories
  • Hannah Powless – Seasonal home décor, crochet, macrame’ items, variety of handmade items
  • Tina Kerr – Pampered Chef
  • Rebekah Clay – Young Living, diffusers
  • Everdry Waterproofing – Basement Waterproofing
  • Anderson Roll Arena – Skating information
  • Ceryna Saltzman – Color Street Nails
  • Todd Spooner – Spooner Heating & Cooling, Water conditioning. Furnace & water softner display.
  • Mona Mccloud – Scentsy-waxes, warmers, sprays, circles, diffusers, cleaning products
  • Gina Rider – Wildtree products
  • Melinda Julius – bath & body products
  • Lora Rhode – Norwex products
  • Seal Smart – Permanently sealed wood, concrete, and masonry
  • Tina Gauck – Wreaths, reverse canvas, wood signs
  • Renewal by Andersen – Custom windows, Patio, & Entry doors