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One of the best ways for art and craft vendors to sell more of their products and to attract new customers is to attend one or more of the thousands of art and craft events across the United States each year. Some are simply local festivals and others are huge, national shows that draw tens of thousands of people. As a vendor, you may or may not already be taking advantage of the benefits of attending festivals, but are you taking the necessary precautions to lessen the risks that might come?
Consider whether you have enough money to cover any costs you might incur if someone claimed they were injured on your premises or that one of your products hurt them. What if your booth happened to collapse and damaged the products of the vendor next to you? Depending on the seriousness of the accident, you are looking at $10,000 or more in sudden expenses. Can your bank account handle that much stress?
The good news is that these situations, and ones like them, don’t have to break the bank. One of the best ways to safeguard your money is to have art and craft vendors event insurance. Our Artists, Crafters, and Tradesmen (ACT) Insurance offers two policies to better serve you and your business.
Our Show Policy offers general liability coverage for those who are looking for one-day event insurance or protection for short-term shows that last two or three days. This policy is also great for those who are attending more than one art or craft fair within 90 days of each other.
Our Annual Policy offers comprehensive coverage and lasts for 12 months. It is great for those who need insurance for art and craft events throughout the year, and provides benefits that can give you peace of mind as you work.
To learn more about our ACT and see if you qualify, please visit our Who Qualifies page. If you would like to compare the policies and see which is right for you, please visit our Compare Policies page.
If, in addition to your arts and crafts, you sell food products, you should consider our Food Liability Insurance Program (FLIP).