As the director of a festival, craft show, or art show, you know that it takes a lot of effort make your event successful. Without a doubt, ensuring that all your vendors have proper event insurance to protect both them as a vendor, and you as the event director from liability claims, is one of the more difficult parts of your job. However, Artists, Crafters, and Tradesmen insurance (ACT) can make that task simple one.
ACT event registration is a unique program—available to event directors at no extra charge—that makes everything about event insurance a little bit easier for vendors and directors. As the director of an event, you start by simply visiting ACT’s event registration page. Once your event is registered, vendors who have policies through ACT can begin to add your event to their policy as an additional insured.
Registering your event does more than provide your vendors with an easy way to sign up additional insureds. It also allows you to view and download certificates from all of your vendors in one easy location. As the director of the event, you can even choose to have these certificates automatically emailed to you when a new vendor adds you.
Event directors whose event is registered with ACT have the benefit of additional marketing materials. Once your event is registered, ACT will also place your event on its “Upcoming Events Section” and access to an event flyer that is customized to your event. This will allow your event to be easily visible to many artists, crafters, and other vendors who may have otherwise never seen it.
Of course, you already knew the importance of making certain your event and its vendors are protected with liability insurance in the event of a lawsuit. Now you can also have the nation’s fastest growing event insurance company making everything from additional insureds to advertising a simple. To register your event today, click here.
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