Requesting a Spot
Step 1. Read FAQs and Rules and Regulations
Step 2. Set up an account through ManageMyMarket
Create your organization account and apply for the Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market on ManageMyMarket.com. The website will ask for your product type:
My club is planning on selling items at the event.
My club is NOT planning on selling items at the event.
- Community Resources
- Promotional Materials
- Non Profit (typically the best option)
Type NA in any box that does not apply to you.
Step 3. Provide a certificate of liability insurance
My club is affiliated with an organization which may be able to cover my liability insurance.
If you are affiliated with an organization, such as a national fraternity or sorority, you can save money by asking for a certificate of liability insurance from them. If you're not sure, you can always ask.
The Certificate of Liability Insurance should provide Commercial General Liability Coverage of
- $1,000,000.00 per occurrence
- $1,000,000.00 aggregate
Here's an example: Certificate of Liability Insurance Sample
You should email your affiliated organization to see if they are able to provide this. Here is an example you can copy:
Subject: Certificate of Liability Insurance Needed
We require a Certificate of Liability Insurance to participate in our Downtown SLO Farmers' Market. Please reply with a Certificate of Liability Insurance attached with General Liability Coverage of $1,000,000.00 per occurrence and $2,000,000.00 aggregate. Here is an sample: Certificate of Liability Insurance Sample
My club is NOT affiliated with an organization that can cover my liability insurance.
Step 4. Check your status
After your application is reviewed by the Downtown SLO Farmers’ Market Committee, you should receive an email stating if your application was approved. You can also check this on the "My Markets" tab of your ManageMyMarket profile.
Farmers' Market Contact Information
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
Fax: (805) 781-2647
- Annual fee: $15
- Cost per vendor space: $40 (this fee will be applied each time that your club decides to have a booth)
If you want to set up a booth for Farmers' Market that is not associated with your club at Cal Poly, there will be a slightly different process. If a booth is required for a class, ask your department for more information. Otherwise, please contact the Farmers’ Market Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website for more information.