|CRUISE-IN VENDOR INFORMATION
The Cache Valley Cruising Association has opportunities for vendors to sell their products to the public during the Cruise-In. We prefer that vendors sell primarily food or automotive related products, but we accept vendors with other products as well.
We also have a Women’s World section for vendors. This section is for non-car related and/or items that appeal more to women. If you are interested in this use the Women’s’ World Link to see the information and get the registration form.
We are asking all vendors to be open, Thursday from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, and Saturday from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm.
Vendors are assigned specific locations and booth size, away from areas reserved for the Swap Meet. Vendors who were at the Cruise-in last year will have preference for spots. Most of them return year after year, thus we only have a limited number of spots for new food vendors.
We try to provide a variety of good food for the patrons and exhibitors, so we limit the number of vendors selling the same thing. New food vendors who apply earliest will get preference for the few (if any) available spots. If you are selling non-food products it is more likely we will be able to place you. If you would like to request consideration as a vendor, contact our board member over vendors via email at Vendors@CacheValleyCruisein.com, or postal mail at:
Cache Valley Cruising Association
P.O. Box 4088
Logan, Utah 84323
If you were not a vendor last year please do not send an application until you have communicated with us. If we can accept your application you will be notified by e-mail and will receive additional information at that time. In any case, we will make every effort to be fair and try to accommodate as many vendors as possible. We generally get more requests for vendor space than we have room for.
Hopefully this information will answer most of your questions, but if not, you may direct further questions to the e-mail address above.
To download a Vendor Application click here